Calendar events can be made recurring, whether you are adding a new event or editing a previously created event.
When creating a new event or editing a previously created event, make sure to fill in the date and time sections before moving into the recurring options. Under the 'Date & Time' section, there will be a checkbox that says 'This event repeats'. Click this in order to choose your recurring event option.
You will be given the option to choose a recurring event that is daily, every business day, weekly, monthly or annually.
Recurring events that are monthly can be for that same date each month or that day of the week each month (see below).
Recurring events that are daily, weekly or monthly also have the option of limiting the duration of the event to a specific timeframe.
Next you can choose the ending date by clicking the date picker next to where it states 'Ends on' or leave this blank. Be sure to click 'Save event' when all fields have been filled in.
When looking at the saved event details, there will be a line that says 'Repeats'
where you can see the details of the recurrence. When sharing an event that is recurring with firm users, they will see the recurring dates on their calendar as well.
If you choose to edit or delete an event that has a recurring option, you will be given a warning message that allows you to either edit or delete that event only, this event and following events, or all events in the recurring series.
The Outlook and Google calendar integrations do not currently support recurring events. If recurring events are added in MyCase, they will not sync to Outlook or Google as recurring events. Also if recurring events are added to Outlook or Google, they will not sync to MyCase as recurring events.