Thank you for writing back.
Practically, any text you add as literal to a format string will be displayed as is. Therefore in the AppointmentFormatting event you can add any text to the e.AppointmentElement.FormatString
property, including the description of the appointment and its resource name. Here is an example:
sender, SchedulerAppointmentEventArgs e)
IResource resource = e.AppointmentElement.Scheduler.GetResourceStorage().GetById(e.Appointment.ResourceId);
+ e.Appointment.Description + resource.Name;
You can further customize the text by adding some HTML text formatting
to the text.
I hope this helps. Do not hesitate to write back with further questions.
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