There are two types of multiple-day events that you can create: Events that last all day for multiple days, or Events that occur for a certain period of time each day for multiple days in a row. The first type is called a multi-day Event and you create it using the "Thru" field in the Event Editor.
A multi-day Event is when you have an event that occurs several days in a row. For example, your event would be from July 1st - July 5th or February 23rd - March 5th. The days will be connected visually through the days you have chosen using a solid block of color. See the example below:
A second type is a repeating Event that you choose a repeating schedule for in the Event Editor. A repeating Event can last all day or for a certain period of time in a day on a repeat schedule that you determine. This means that your repeating Event can occur the first Friday of every month, the 23rd of September every year, every other Monday, or any other kind of repeating schedule that you choose. Learn more about the differences between multi-day events and repeating events.
Creating Multi-Day Events
First, you will need to set up your repeating Event by creating and scheduling an individual Event. Then once your other event details are set click on the checkbox next to "lasts more than one day" in the Event Editor to choose how many days your Event lasts. See the image below:
Once you have expanded the Event Editor by clicking on the "More Options" button you will need to click on the checkbox next to "Lasts more than one day" and choose when your event will repeat until. See the image below:
You can also choose to add start times and show the ending times for your multi-day Events and combine multi-day events and repeating events.
Learn more about creating, editing, and connecting your Events by visiting the Event solutions folder.