Calendar Function

Calendar views of bookings and external dates. Views for day, week, month and calendar subscriptions

Another function included in all go~mus editions is the calendar function. It displays bookings in calendar views for day, week and month.

Indicators for notification status of customers as well guides allow a quick and easy overview on first glance. On hover go~mus displays extensive details to every booking.

This allows you to get a quick overview as well as a detailed drill down.


This calendar displays bookings in a clear monthly view. The degree of details provided per booking is low, only booking number and time as well as color indicators for booking state and notification of guide and customer are displayed on first glance.

Mouse over displays detailed information about the selected booking.

The scheduling calendar displays booking in daily and weekly views.

In contrast to the monthly calendar it displays bookings at a specific time of day and not just chronologically listed. It also displays more details on first glance resulting in less overview but higher degree of detail.

go~mus provides calendar subscriptions for guides and users. They allow subscribing to bookings and displaying them in the native calendars from Outlook, Google, Apple etc. In contract to a simple calendar export, a subscription will be updated when the relevant booking in the system is changed.

Users can decide whether they want to subscribe to:

  • All boookings
  • All external dates
  • All bookings of a certain product category

That way the educational department can subscribe to all bookings of e.g. guided tours while the event department would subscribe to events only.

In addition to the global monthly calendar and the given filters, go~mus also provides individual calendars with daily, weekly and monthly view for every museum, exhibition, product and room.

Every one of these calendars allows you to subscribe to the dates displayed therein. That way it is possible to subscribe only to dates of bookings that use a certain room or relate to a certain exhibition.

Together with the means to control user roles and permissions and their ability to access one or several museums, this provides means to restrict calendar viewing privileges to the necessary minimum.