View Calenders in Different Formats on HTC One M8
Edited by Thor, Courtney, Eng
Hello, and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show you how to view the Calender application in different formats on an HTC One M8.
To begin, we need to turn the phone on by pressing the Power button located on the top of the phone.
Once the phone has been activated, we will see the Lock screen.
To unlock the phone, we will press down on the screen and swipe upwards.
Once the phone has been unlocked, we will see the Home screen with five various icons in a row at the bottom.
We will now need to tap on one of these icons in order to open up the Applications folder.
We will now tap on the central icon within this row, located at the bottom of the Home screen.
This icon features a grid of white dots, this is the icon for our Applications folder.
This will open up our Application folder, we will note the word "Apps" written in the top left-hand corner of the screen.
Once our Applications folder has opened, we need to find the Calender application.
We can see that there is an icon of a calendar, with the word "Calender" written underneath.
Press down on the Calender icon one time, this will open up our Calender application.
What we want to do in this video is show how to view this Calender application in different formats.
Currently, the format being used is the "Month" format.
We can see in the top left-hand corner of the screen there will be the word "Month" in white writing. This allows us to see the whole month on one page.
In this format, we can scroll left or right to view different months.
We can scroll far forward or backward to view different months and different years if we would like. However, the other formats will offer us different things and can be very useful depending on our personal preferences.
We can change this format by pressing down on the word "Month", located in the top left-hand corner of the screen.
This is going to bring up a drop down menu for us.
Here we have three main options for our Calender. These options are "Month", "Week", and "Day".
We are now going to press down on the word "Week".
This is the second option on our drop down menu.
Now we can see the format has changed.
This can be quite useful for us because it shows us not only the days, it also shows us the hours of the day. This allows us to view all of our events and meetings in one place. So not only can we see which days we have events, we can see which hours we have events as well.
In this format, we can see which day and hour an event will be, which helps to put things into perspective.
We can easily see when our free time is, see how fast or how quickly we need to travel between meetings, or how much time we have in between meetings to prepare. This can be quite useful depending on our profession.
In this format, we can also scroll left or right to view the different weeks.
To view the final format, we need to press down on the word "Week" in the top right-hand corner.
This will bring down a black menu bar for us.
We will now tap on the third option on this menu, labeled "Day".
We can see in this format that we have the individual days listed.
We can view each hour of the day by pressing down on the screen and scrolling up or down.
We also have the option of scrolling left or right to cycle through the days of the week.
If we would like to go back to the format that we had selected at the start of this video, we simply need to press down on the word "Day" in the top left-hand corner of the screen.
This will open the black menu for us once again, where we will tap on the first option labeled "Month".
We can see that we have returned to the Month format, this is the same one we had selected originally.
This then concludes our tutorial on how to view the Calender application in different formats on an HTC One M8.
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Video: View Calenders in Different Formats on HTC One M8
Recent edits by: Courtney, Thor