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Play Test Schedual on Phone


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When looking at the Play Test calendar with my Android phone I can't see any events. I tried clicking on the days and month to see if it would expand or give info but it just highlights the numbers.

 

To make sure I wasn't clicking on a date that had no activity I tried June 24th, our next play test and June 27th the big all day twitch event.

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So yes changing landscape mode allows me to see what's been scheduled. Not sure if that's a Google calender thing or a website coding thing. Kinda lame of Google if it's them.

 

Additional note the calender fame cuts off anything listed at the bottom. The last week on the 27th there are 3 thing mentioned when I expand it the box is cut off an I only can see 2 of the test times.

 

BTW I use an HTC m8.

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So yes changing landscape mode allows me to see what's been scheduled. Not sure if that's a Google calender thing or a website coding thing. Kinda lame of Google if it's them.

Additional note the calender fame cuts off anything listed at the bottom. The last week on the 27th there are 3 thing mentioned when I expand it the box is cut off an I only can see 2 of the test times.

BTW I use an HTC m8.

I would heavily suggest subscribing the playertest calendar to a personal google calendar.

 

Infinitely better on mobile and you can even set up automatic email or push notifications for each event eg 1 hour before

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There is also a great Multi-platform application called Sunrise Calendar (Which I believe is free) and is a great way to take the calendar feeds and add your own flare to them.

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Google Calendar isn't our permanent solution for our Play-test calendar. There are plans for creating a new one, it is just a little ways down the pipeline. Hold tight fellas.

 

- Jared

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