Calendar View

Learn about the new Calendar View and how it can improve your grant-tracking organization.

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Written by Rebecca Huber
Updated over a week ago

Have you ever wanted to view your Tracker in a Calendar View? Well now you can!

Our new Calendar View showcases all of your upcoming deadlines, including funder deadlines, task deadlines and submission goals, along with future funder deadlines of saved grants up to one year out.

Filter by Specific Criteria

This Calendar View comes with all the core essentials from your Tracker. This means you can filter by project, task deadlines, assignee, task type, submission deadlines, or grant owner to get the most relevant Calendar View for you.

Filter by Project

Want to view all your upcoming deadlines for only one project? No problem! When you select Calendar View from within a project, it will only show deadlines associated with the selected project. When you select Calendar View from your All Projects Tracker, it will show deadlines associated with all of your projects.

Interactive Calendar Events

When you select Calendar View, you can easily access your funding opportunity by clicking directly on the event. This means you won’t have to spend time going back to your Tracker and finding the funding opportunity – it’s all in one place!

See Future Deadlines for Saved Grants Up to One Year Out

The new Calendar View also shows future funder deadlines for saved opportunities up to one year out. This means that future application cycles will appear on your Calendar, allowing you to plan for the future and win more grants.

Instrumentl is committed to making grant research, discovery, and tracking simple for our users. The new Calendar View will improve your organization and allow you to spend more time doing what you do best – winning grants. Available for Standard, Pro, and Custom Plans.

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions about how to use this new feature! Just use the chat bubble when you're logged in, or email us at [email protected].

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