No matter the time zone your users are in, they will always see their tasks in their local time. No discrepancies will arise, even if your users work in different time zones and share appointments.
With the Telerik Kendo UI Scheduling control your users can easily book resources associated with their appointments, such as rooms and equipment. They can also group appointments by these resources or group the resources themselves by date in order to quickly check their availability.
The Telerik Kendo UI Scheduler allows your users to use the keyboard for almost any action they can trigger with the mouse, including navigating to a different view, traversing the visible appointments, creating a new item, opening an existing item and more.
Give your users the freedom to insert or edit tasks either inline or via the advanced editor which allows them to add descriptions, set recurrence, associate resources and much more. Both editing options are easily customizable.
Allow your users to view their tasks in the most convenient for them way – Day, Multi-day, Week, Work Week, Month, Timeline and Agenda views are available out of the box in the Telerik Kendo UI Scheduler. You can also easily customize the appearance of each view to match it to your scenario.
With the hierarchical grouping functionality of the PHP Scheduler, users can easily group hierarchical resources associated with their appointments (e.g., multiple people scheduling events in a single room) by mapping the child resources to each parent resource.
The year view of the Telerik UI for PHP Scheduler allows users to display appointments in a twelve-month range. Each day highlights one item alongside a visual cue for multiple events, prompting the user to expand the day view to be able to see all the events scheduled for that day.
The Scheduler control allows users to display 24h events as normal event across the full day view instead of in a special "all day" area. The behavior can be easily achieved by using the appointment handle to resize an event, making it span two days or longer.