Working With Views and Feeds → Using Calendar Views → Creating Calendar Feeds → Calendar Feeds
To create a calendar feed:
Select to return work items from any project within the feed's application context.
Select this option to return work items from selected projects. Search for projects by name, if necessary.
You can optionally select the Include sub-projects check box. This does not add sub-projects to the Selected projects list, but work items from sub-projects will be included in the results at runtime.
In the list of available projects, hover over a project, and then click the Plus sign to add a single project. To add a project and all of its sub-projects to the Selected projects list, hover over the parent project, and then click the check mark ().
Select to return work items from user's the preferred projects list.
Select to return items owned by any user.
Select to return items owned by the user viewing the feed.
Choose to return items owned by a specific set of groups () or users ().
Submitter in Chad Release Engineer
Submit Date > Starrtof_thisyear
Returns items that Chad Release Manager submitted AND the submit date is greater than the start of the current year.
Select fields that represent the start and, optionally, end dates for items you want to view.
Choose a default event color for all calendar entries. You can also choose a selection- or user-type field from the Field Event Color list, and then specify a different color for each selection or user. For example, select a Release Engineer field, and select a different color for each user assigned to this field. This enables you to quickly see who owns different items.
Select a default event icon to show for all items. You can also choose a selection- or user-type field from the Field Event Icon list, and then specify a different icon for each selection or user.
Use these options to determine which information is shown on the calendar for each item. By default, Value Display Format is selected. Your administrator defines which information in included in the value display format. Clear this check box to choose up to two different display fields.
Provide a name for your feed.
Set the feed as private or public. Private feeds are visible only to the author; public feeds can be viewed by others users, but only the author and administrators can modify public feeds.
Text provided here is shown to users when they select feeds for their views.
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