If there are a large number of events during the day, they are grouped under a separate menu to make it easier to view the calendar view. Grouping events also speeds up the loading time.
In the example below, the same events are shown under a separate "9 events hidden" menu. Clicking on the menu opens the events one by one on a daily basis.
In the example situation shown above, there are a total of nine events during the day. In the example, the events have been opened by clicking on "9 events hidden".
In practice, the service groups events together, based on rows that are:
Job duration (e.g. 08:00 - 10:00) = counted as one line
Project (s) assigned to the event = counted as a half line
Comment = counts as a half line
That is, for example, if an event has two projects (0.5 + 0.5 lines) in addition to the duration (1 line), its height is calculated as two lines. If an event has three projects (0.5 + 0.5 + 0.5 = 1.5 lines) and a comment (0.5 lines) in addition to the duration (1 line), its height is calculated as 1 + 1.5 + 0.5 = 3 lines. If the event has only the duration of the job, its height is one line.
Events are hidden under the menu if there are more than 12 lines in total.
A few of our customers have a special solution for grouping events, where events imported into Nepton are hidden based on the name of the specified author. This solution will not be implemented for new customers.