Hey there--I'm an enterprise user so have access to creating Parent and Child calendars, but I'm confused as to why there's a difference. I currently group child calendar under a Parent calendar aligned to a type of content, e.g., parent calendar for Blog, Campaign Content, etc. with child calendar underneath.
But a colleague wanted a "test calendar" so I created a "Test Calendar" parent and a "Dustin's calendar" as a child. Did I do that right?
Also, it's frustrating that you can't assign workflows to Parent calendars and have them populate to child calendars underneath them--but you can do that with Content Strategies and with Content Types. This leads me to believe that my child calendars under my Parent "Campaign Content" Calendar should be according to asset type instead of campaign program name--e.g., ebook, video, white paper vs. theme 1, theme 2, theme 3. How do other users set up calendars for campaign content and ensure each type of content has a separate workflow? Thanks
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