Jun 22 2018 07:44 AM
Jun 22 2018 07:44 AM
I've added Events Web Part to a Modern Page to list all the upcoming events. However, it is not listing any of the reoccurring events specified in the calendar.
I am not sure, if I am doing something wrong or if there is a bug with the web part. Is anyone else experience similar issue? Does anyone know of a workaround?
Thank you for the help in advance.
Jun 22 2018 08:01 AMSolution
Aug 29 2018 01:34 PM
It is unbelievable that recurring events are not supported. It's 2018, you can't just release something and after 2-3 years still be missinb *basic* functionality...
Aug 29 2018 04:55 PM
There are quite a few requests on SharePoint uservoice for this: https://sharepoint.uservoice.com/forums/329214-sites-and-collaboration/suggestions/20472028-recurrin...
Jan 03 2019 06:23 AM
Jan 25 2019 08:18 AM - edited Jan 25 2019 08:18 AM
There's been an update recently - I can add recurring events to the events calendar, and they show up properly. The range and the actual next date shows up. If you have to edit it you do have to go to the calendar through site contents to get to the old classic page - you can't edit a recurring event through it's modern page.
Jan 25 2019 08:34 AM
@Robin Nilssonthx for the info.
Not seeing that in my targeted release tenant nor GA tenant yet.
Kinda suprised about this as John Sanders, Program Management at Microsoft just declared that recurring events are not supported in the webpart.
Jan 25 2019 08:41 AM - edited Jan 25 2019 08:42 AM
oops. :) It looks like it was part of the event web part updated to allow roll-ups, etc. It's still not all there, and I know at times things appear and then disappear again.
Ah, I just double checked what I saw - you can't add a recurring event through the modern page either. But if you go to the actual event page - the classic one you land on if you go through site contents, you can do it there from the classic page. That's probably why the disconnect.
It still acts like a standard SharePoint calendar event. There is one item for the recurring event. If you change one of the events, then a separate item is created.
Jun 24 2020 07:00 AM
@ingeLLa I guess not - this is a typical example of Msft's approach to "modern" which is purely a superficial reskinning of the same ancient functionality. That's fine but at the very least the functionality has to be equal to what went before. It's unconscionable that Msft can't figure out how to adapt the events web part to show recurring events.