Segment projects and campaigns on your calendar in an uncluttered, filtered view – showing you exactly what you want to see quickly.
Here are the most popular sub-calendar views teams add to their calendars.
Sometimes you need to see the cadence of specific projects – i.e. email marketing, social media, blog posts, etc. Create a sub-calendar view for certain project types to make sure you’re hitting your publishing goals and ensure projects stay aligned with your overall marketing goals.
Saved Views by Project Type:
- Social Media
Multiple Teams + Stakeholders
This option works well for marketing teams creating collateral and managing projects for different stakeholders – i.e. multiple departments, clients, etc.
To take full advantage of sub-calendar views for these groups, create color labels and/or tags to categorize content by team or department. Use these settings to create custom sub-calendar views.
Saved Views by Project Team:
If you have multiple teams working in CoSchedule, create sub-calendar views for each internal team to keep things organized.
- Content Team
- Social Media Team
- PR Team
- Product Marketing Team
Saved Views by Teams with Multiple Stakeholders:
Your team may have multiple stakeholders and/or audiences you’re trying to reach. Make sure you have a good balance of projects and social promotion for each department to keep key stakeholders happy and engaged.
- College of Business & Public Administration
- College of Education
- College of Engineering & Mines
- College of Arts & Humanities
Agencies and freelancers can create sub-calendar views for each client they work with. Now you can easily see the projects and campaigns active (and in progress) for each of your customers.
Saved Views by Clients:
- Client 1
- Client 2
- Client 3
- Client 5
To get a focused view on your work, create a private sub-calendar view that includes the tasks and projects you are responsible for.
Create a filter by “Team Member” and select yourself from the list. Save it as a private view by unclicking the “Share view with my team” box. This way it won’t get added to everyone’s sub-calendar views list.
You can be creative and build as many views as your team needs to stay organized and strategic.
Now you’re ready to create your first sub-calendar view. Go to your CoSchedule calendar to get started.
Need a little extra help? Learn how to create custom sub-calendar views in our help docs.