Calendar Control View in Dynamics 365 CRM | Power Apps

A Read-Only Grid can only always provide you with a static view of data. At times, it’s important to visualize some data in Dynamics 365 which offer more than just columns.

In most common scenarios, your custom records / customizations might have Start End Dates which is better viewed in a visual way. Here’s where Calendar Control comes into play –

Read-Only Grid

Normally, below is how you visualize your data in Dynamics 365 where you have Start Date and End Date –

  1. As you can see, the data looks like in any other entity you’d design.

Calendar Control

Here’s how you can enable the Calendar Control to change the View in question into Calendar Control –

  1. Go to the Entity/Table itself and click on Controls.

  2. Then, look for Calendar Control in the View.

  3. Then, configure the Start Date, End Date, Description, Duration fields.
    And also make sure the selection is on the Calendar Control itself

  4. Once you save and publish the changes, let’s see how the control looks like.

Viewing Data in Calendar Control

Now that all the customization are published, here’s what the Calendar Control will look like –

  1. If you refresh, you’ll see the same in Calendar Control and not the Read Only grid.

  2. Also, you can switch between Day/Week/Month view

  3. If you click on any of the records, you’ll see the details of the record.

  4. And this will open the record itself.

Switching to Read-Only View

Since the default is now set to the Calendar View, you’ll need to switch it back to Read-Only.

  1. Look for the 3 ellipses or you might just see the View As button on the ribbon already.

  2. And select Read Only.

  3. And you’ll see the default shown

Hope this was useful!

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