The Week View shows a single week. The currently displayed week will be shown at the top of the Week View, with left and right arrow buttons for navigating to the previous or next week. The displayed week can also be selected from the Navigation Pane or any of the other tabs in the Calendar View.
The Week View supports two different layouts. The first layout shows days as columns with timeslots, similar to the Day view. The second layout shows a 3x2 grid, where each day is a rectangle and its events are shown in the order they occur. The preferred layout can be selected from the Week View Settings menu, which can be accessed by clicking the "gear" button in the upper-right corner of the view.
When the "Show Days in Columns" option is checked, the Week View will appear as shown in the example below.
Here are some notes regarding the column layout mode:
When the "Show Days in Grid" option is checked, the Week View will appear as shown in the example below.
Here are some notes regarding the grid layout mode:
Additional settings are available when in column layout mode. These settings aren't applicable when in grid layout mode.
When this option is selected, 7 columns will be shown for an entire week. The width of each column will be the same and there is no way to adjust some day columns to be wider than others. If you don't schedule events on weekends, and your monitor space is limited, try the Weekdays or Work Days settings instead.
Only Monday through Friday will be shown.
Only days that are marked as work days in the Calendar Options will be shown.
The displayed timeslot length can be adjusted between 1 and 60 minutes. The default timeslot length is 30 minutes. Selecting a larger timeslot length could reduce scrolling, but will also limit the amount of space available for event titles and descriptions.
When viewing in overlay mode, all calendars will be merged into a single view. In other words, each date will be shown only once, and if multiple events belonging to multiple calendars exist within those dates, the events will be overlaid in the day. Tasks and notes are also overlaid.
There are two options for how columns are to be arranged when overlay mode is disabled.
When this option is checked, start and end times will be shown in the event or task blocks, eliminating the need to visually scan over to the time bar along the left side in order to see when an event or task occurs. Uncheck this option to make more space for item titles and descriptions.
When this option is checked and enough space is available, descriptions and details will appear in the event and task blocks. This option can be unchecked if your workplace requires this information to be hidden (i.e., HIPAA regulations), or if you want to keep details of events away from prying eyes.