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How Do I Set Up An Irregular Schedule? (viewed 6169 times)

Some parenting plan schedules don't follow a regular pattern. To set up a parenting plan schedule with irregular events you have two options:

  1. Enter parenting plan events one-by-one, or
  2. Set up a repeating schedule similar to your intended schedule and then remove the days that don't apply.

For example, if you have most Tuesday nights with your children, but not all, you may set up a repeating parenting plan event that initially includes all Tuesday nights, and then remove the ones that you don't have.

You can remove any Calendar event or events by using the List my events button at the bottom of the Calendar page. Clicking the List my events button will show you a listing of every single event in your Calendar, with a checkbox for each one. Clicking in the checkbox selects that event so you may delete it (using the Delete marked button at the bottom of the list).

For more information on deleting Calendar events, please visit this page: How Can I Delete Multiple Calendar Events?

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