posted this on December 14, 2011 05:26 AM
There are several new additions and changes to the Clio Calendar including changing the colour of the calendar, creating new calendars, tasks in calendar and statutes of limitations in calendar.
You can now determine the colour of your calendar! Sick of brown or green? Well maybe pink is your style. To make the change go to your "Calendar" tab at the top and find your calendar on the right hand tool bar. Click the dropdown arrow and choose the colour you'd like to use:
You can also change the colour of the calendar of your co-workers, and please note this does not change it in their Clio view. So, if I am logged into my Clio account and change Al's calendar to yellow when he logs into Clio and looks at his own calendar it will still be blue or whatever colour he determines.
Create New Calendars
Previously, you only had your own individual calendar and then a Firm Calendar (owned by the Account Owner). You can now create new calendars within Clio for various reasons, eg: Personal Calendar, Group Calendars, etc. For instructions on how to do this, click here.
Syncing to Google: The person that creates this calendar can sync it to Google and will see it as a calendar available to sync in the Google sync page. For more information on syncing to Google, click here.
Tasks in Calendar
Your tasks now can appear in your calendar as all day appointments! To view this, go to your calendar page and see the "Tasks" bubble in the right hand column. Make sure the box is checked and then you will see your tasks revealed:
Reminders for tasks are still email or popup based and these are your own personal tasks, not the tasks of others. For more information on viewing Tasks in Calendars, click here.
Statute of Limitations in Calendar
Your Statute of Limitations can now appear in your calendar as all day appointments! To view this, go to your calendar page and see the "Statutes of Limitations" bubble in the right hand column. Make sure the box is checked and then you will see your dates revealed:
For more information on Statutes of Limitations in Clio, click here.
If have any questions, comments, or concerns about Clio don't hesitate to contact us via our feedback form, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1-888-858-CLIO(2546).