Time Picker

In addition to higher level calendaring features like syncing with social networks, Monday has always been about rethinking the basics of calendaring. There's nothing more basic about events than managing their time and duration, so I'm excited to introduce a redesigned time picker to make those day to day interactions more pleasant.
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CalDAV & Google

Monday's been syncing with Google Calendar since the beginning and it has done so through Google's proprietary interface. While that method was great for starting out, the long term vision has always been towards open standards. I'm happy to announce that Monday now syncs to Google via the CalDAV standard protocol.
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Drag and Drop

One great advantage of using a digital tool to manage your calendar is that it's much less of a hassle to make changes. And there's nothing more natural than drag and drop to do so. Monday has had drag and drop from the start, but now it's there also for tablets and touch-capable computers. With multi-touch!
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View Settings

Everybody's got their own way to work — some want the details, some the broad picture. Now you can tweak each of Monday's calendar views to your liking, hiding or showing activities, birthdays and social events.
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Facebook Events

Have you ever missed an event because you didn't copy it to your calendar? It's funny that the more ways and social sites we have to share events, the harder it is to keep your calendar up to date.
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Daily News

Oct 2

Monday now supports multiple Google accounts. That’s useful if you’ve got a separate Google account for work, but would rather have all of your todos and events in the same place. It’s been one of the most desired features for a long time and I’m very happy to finally announce that.

Another byproduct of the above is that you can also move todos and events between those personal, work and other lists. The ability to create and delete said lists is on it’s way.

Apr 22

Events from different lists (a.k.a calendars) get a small color indicator so you could tell them apart on the month and week view.

Mar 3

Fixed a small scrolling problem that only occurred on the latest Chrome browser version.

Feb 5

In addition to CalDAV Google syncing Monday gained a “lists sidebar” for selectively showing and hiding lists (or “calendars” in Google’s words) and their events. When you wish to hide your sports events while working, for example, you can do so by unchecking the box before it in the lists sidebar.

Infinite scroll on the month and week view got considerably more performant to take advantage of latest changes in web browsers.

Jul 19, 2016

All web and email addresses in event descriptions and notes now get turned to clickable links. That’s both in the sidebar and on the week view.

Jun 17, 2016

Improved Monday’s handling of external calendars (like a tech event calendar on the web you might subscribe to) with invalid time zones. Some have time zone names that don’t correspond to any real world country or standard format. Monday now tries to fix and interpret that the way the publisher of the calendar meant.

Jan 4, 2016

Monday now syncs with Eventbrite, an event planning and ticketing platform. Tickets you’ve purchased on Eventbrite will show up in your calendar here automatically without you having to copy anything. Should they be updated on Eventbrite, they’ll be updated here, too.

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