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Have Hebrew Date Appear on Top in Google Calendar (month view)

Neil 1 month ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 1 month ago 1

I've downloaded Hebrew Calendar Dates en and he. 


I'm successfully importing names and Yahrtzeit dates in CSV format from ShulCloud. 

When I view the calendar, the hebrew dates for each day appear below the yahrtzeit names. I would like the hebrew date to appear at the top of each date 


If I add an event time to each name, then the date does appear on top of the box. However the time is appearing in each box which clutters each day.

How can I have the hebrew date always appear on top?


We have a large shul and space on the calendar is important.

Thanks

Neil

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Thanks for using Hebcal, and thanks for taking the time to post this message.

As I understand your post, you are looking to change the way Google Calendar formats events in the month view. You'd like the Hebcal daily Hebrew Dates to appear at the top of each day in the calendar month grid. Did I understand correctly?

Unfortunately, we do not have any way to influence how the Google Calendar month view works.


You might have better luck with Apple Calendar. In Apple Calendar, you can change the order of the calendars in the sidebar by dragging them up or down in the list. Calendars higher in the sidebar list will print closer to the top of each day in the month, week or day views. Calendars lower in the list will print closer to the bottom of each day.

We hope this helps!

If other readers have other suggestions, we'd love to hear them!

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Thanks for using Hebcal, and thanks for taking the time to post this message.

As I understand your post, you are looking to change the way Google Calendar formats events in the month view. You'd like the Hebcal daily Hebrew Dates to appear at the top of each day in the calendar month grid. Did I understand correctly?

Unfortunately, we do not have any way to influence how the Google Calendar month view works.


You might have better luck with Apple Calendar. In Apple Calendar, you can change the order of the calendars in the sidebar by dragging them up or down in the list. Calendars higher in the sidebar list will print closer to the top of each day in the month, week or day views. Calendars lower in the list will print closer to the bottom of each day.

We hope this helps!

If other readers have other suggestions, we'd love to hear them!