Embed a calendar with a certain filter selected by default

We would like to use a master calendar for our organization, but would like to embed it in multiple places with different filters selected by default. For example, on our homepage, we’d like the full calendar to display, so no filters pre-selected. On our parks & rec webpage, we’d like our “parks & rec” category to be pre-selected, so that visitors can instantly see the most relevant calendar entries by default, but still view the entire calendar there if they’d like to.

For instance, the organization’s full calendar with a monthly view would be displayed in one part of a company’s website, and then a widget in list view just showing the next six events (or filtering just online events, or just events for kids… etc) could be shown prominently the front page, drawing from the same master calendar, rather than having to maintain and update multiple calendars containing the same info.

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Original Votes: 17

Original comment from Riz Wahid transferred from the previous Wishlist portal:

Original comment transferred from the previous Wishlist portal:

For users with a lot of events, as well as different categories of events, it would be useful to be able to base multiple widgets on the one master calendar. For instance, the organization’s full calendar with a monthly view would be displayed in one part of a company’s website, and then a widget in list view just showing the next six events (or filtering just online events, or just events for kids… etc) could be shown prominently the front page, drawing from the same master calendar, rather than having to maintain and update multiple calendars containing the same info. Right now the work-around is to maintain one calendar and frequently duplicate it, then edit the duplicate, but it’s not ideal or automatic.