The Calendar has the following tabbed views:
Day(s) view is intended for viewing events of a day or a week. It is a table with columns corresponding to days and rows corresponding to time. This view is best for examining a single day's appointments in detail.
Month view is optimized for looking through a month's schedule. By hiding secondary details, the view gives a better grasp of the whole schedule.
Timeline view is an effective visualization of events shown over time. The view shows events connected Vine objects are linked to each other by connections. Vine shows an object together with links to all objects directly connected to it. to the objects All information in Vine is stored in the server database as named objects of different types. Examples: a company, a person, an event, a sales case. placed on the Calendar, with the X axis showing the time and the Y axis displaying the objects. The events are displayed as bars on each object row.
For detailed information, please see the Calendar Views section.
Vine remembers your Calendar settings and shows the Calendar exactly as you left it off in the previous session. However, if you create your local database Vine for Windows uses a local database located on your computer. It significantly reduces traffic to the server database and permits you to use Vine off-line. anew then the Calendar settings will be lost.