View, manage, and create calendar events from the Calendar tab.

You can synchronize the Boxer calendar by enabling the Sync Calendar option in Boxer Settings > Accounts > Exchange > Sync Calendar. You can also search for any calendar event by title, location, and attendees.

Create a Calendar Event

To create a calendar event, either double-click or long-press on any random time displayed on the calendar screen. You can also use the Add icon to create an event and enter the event details in the New Event screen.

Add Attachments to your Calendar Event

You can add attachments when you create a calendar event.
  1. Enable the calendar attachment feature. To do so, you must tap Enable new features from the notification bar and then select Proceed.

    Upon enabling, the back-end services are upgraded to support the calendar attachment feature and a resync is required to fetch your emails.

  2. To add a calendar attachment, select Add attachments when creating an event.

    If your administrator has configured, you can also view and download the attachments that you receive as part of an invitation.

View Event Details

To view the event details, tap an event and use the following options:
Options Descriptions
Email attendees You can send an email only to the organizer or to all attendees including the organizer.
Forward event Forward an event to another user or recipient. While forwarding an event, you are presented with a compose email screen with pre-populated event details where you can add recipients.
Accept Accept an event.
Maybe If you have conflicting events, tap and propose a new time and date to the event organizer.
Decline Decline an event.
You can reply to your event organizer by tapping Accept, Maybe, or Decline options.
You can select one of the following ways to respond to your sender:
  • Respond with comments – Takes you to the email compose screen with space for adding comments before sending email.
  • Respond without comments – Sends response with default comments.
  • Do not send a message.

View Event Color Categories

Multiple events can be scheduled in the calendar and tracking numerous such events can be a challenge. Using the color categories available in your Outlook desktop application, you can assign colors to your events and categorize them. These color categorizations help you easily identify and organize the events. You can also provide the name of your choice to your event categories. Boxer displays the events with their assigned colors in the Agenda, Day, Week, and Month views.

Note: Boxer displays the events with the colors only if your admin enables the Exchange Web Services (EWS).

Add Events to your Boxer Calendar Using an ICS File

You can add events to your Boxer calendar with the help of an ICS file.

An ICS file is a calendar file that contains event details like title, date and time of the event, location, attendees, and user’s availability.
  1. To add an event to your calendar, perform the following steps:
    1. Tap on the .ics attachment and preview the event detail. The preview of the ICS attachment shows the event in edit event mode.
    2. To add the event to your Boxer calendar, edit the event details and tap on Add to Calendar.

      In case the event is already present in your calendar, it gives you an option to delete or edit the event if you are the organizer.

  2. You can also add multiple events to your calendar with the help of an .ics file.
    1. To open the list of events, tap on the ICS attachment.
    2. To add all the events to your Boxer calendar, tap on Add All. You can also tap on the individual events to add them individually.
    Upon a successful addition of all events to your calendar, a message N events added to calendar prompts.

Add Multiple Calendars

You can add multiple calendars to the Boxer’s default calendar by enabling the Local Calendars option in the Boxer settings. All the calendars are visible to you in distinct colors. You can also change the calendar color by taping the EDIT icon and specify the color you want to see.

Dial into a Conference Call

You can dial a conference call without remembering the meeting ID directly from the Boxer application. Upon tapping the conference number specified in the invitation, Boxer dials the access code and connects you to the conference.

Send your Availability

Scheduling meetings with someone in another organization who has no access to your Boxer calendar can be challenging. Avoid such back and forth emails when trying to plan meetings by using the Send Availability feature. This feature allows you to send your availability from the Boxer's compose screen.

To send your availability, select the available dates and times from the calendar view, by tapping the time you want. Upon selection, a box listing the selected dates and times is inserted to the email body.

Check Someone's Availability

Workspace ONE Boxer displays the availability status of the invitees when creating or editing an event. If you are the event organizer, tap Invitees and add people.

Note:
  • Boxer does not support previewing the recipient availability for events with duration less than 30 minutes.
  • Boxer does not support more than 20 recipients.
  • If you are using email servers that do not support the status lookup feature, Workspace ONE Boxer displays Fetching availability is not supported by your email server message.

If you encounter any network errors when previewing the availability of recipients, Boxer displays Issue while fetching availability message.

Manage Delegate Calendar Using Workspace ONE Boxer

With the delegate access you are granted, you can modify your delegator's calendar, send, and respond to meeting requests on their behalf.

Based on the permission provided by your delegator, you can read, create, and modify their calendar.

Your delegator must grant you access before you can manage their calendar on behalf of them.
  1. Navigate to Boxer Settings > Add account > Add shared account > Select an account and add the delegator’s email account.
  2. To manage the delegator’s calendar, refresh your inbox.

    If you are using Office 365 account, you might see duplicate calendars on your calendar screen. Calendars listed at the bottom are the calendars synced over Exchange Web Services.