Make the calendar description expandable when viewing the event.
When viewing an event, there is a grey read more at the bottom of the description. Clicking it does not expand the description.
how we can expand the description? if possible...
Gavin Trollope commented
using the enter/return key following a sentence where a . hasnt been used causes the last word typed to be deleted.
extremely frustrating when addressing someone in an email
how are you. in this text the return key works fine but composing an email it does not. the word example would be deleted and my hello in its place
Jim Davis commented
As a property manager, my events are usually Maintenance calls. Most calls consist of a list of functions performed. the Description section was a great place to list multiple functions accomplished in a list format. With that feature being eliminated, a narrative is the only option and is not efficient. I use that feature for another business where I list items needing to be accomplished each day. Outlook is a great tool for my wife and I. we have a calendar for each of our property owners. At the end of each day, I update my accomplishments and time for each owner. At the end of the month, my wife has an accounting of my time for billing
Currently, the enter key does nothing in the description field. I propose the enter key should bring you to the next line, like the application on a computer would, or the web application.
David and Annelize Roberts commented
just an observation that the coders need to address:
when pasting copied text into the description field of an entry in the calendar, it comes in as a single, contiguous string of text (with paragraph markers removed). not particularly helpful.
It works well on my PC and my MS phone, just not on my Android tablet using this app, hence my suggestion that it is something that the coders should look to fix in some future upgrade. the fault does not lie with the clipboard as pasting into Word or Sheets and some other apps does not lose the paragraphs.
Jamsek, Anthony commented
it would be nice to be able to start a new line in the description field in a calendar invitation. why are we forced to enter all the information on a single line?