Studo automatically detects certain types of events that are common at universities. The visual representation in the calendar depends on the event type.
An appointment is detected as an exam if it contains words such as exam, test, etc.. However, in some cases the appointment is not recognized as an exam (e.g. "antigen test" or "crash test"). If an appointment is incorrectly recognized as an exam, please send a screenshot of the appointment to Studo Support in the upper right corner of the app. This way Studo can mark this spelling as “not an exam" and you can improve Studo for you and your fellow students :)
If you want to mark a self-created appointment in the calendar as an exam, simply add the word test or exam in the note of the appointment.
Remote or online events
Some of your courses may be offered as distance learning. In order to give you a good overview in your studies, these dates are displayed striped. Keywords like distance learning, e-learning, asynchronous, online, digital teaching, livestream or videoconference lead to a detection as an online appointment. If an appointment is incorrectly recognized as online, please send a screenshot of the appointment to Studo Support in the upper right corner of the app. This way Studo can mark this spelling as “not online" and you can improve Studo for you and your fellow students :)
If you don't want to see the online events striped, you can simply disable this feature under Studo Settings -> Calendar.
If you want to mark a self-created appointment in the calendar as online, simply add the word remote or online in the note of the appointment.
All course events with the same title are displayed in the Studo calendar with the same abbreviation and the same color. You can change the abbreviation and color according to your wishes. To support the further development of the Studo app, changing the color is only possible with the PRO version of the Studo app. You can find an overview of all course titles under Studo Settings -> Calendar -> Colors. You can change the color of the course either in this settings area or directly when editing an event.
Public holidays are displayed in green in the Studo calendar. You can change the color of holidays in the Studo settings -> Calendar -> Colors. In addition, you can specify at Studo settings -> Calendar, whether public holidays should be displayed or not.
You can import external calendars into Studo, see here. Each iCal calendar has a color. You can set the color of the imported calendar in Studo Settings -> Calendar -> Color.
The color settings are most flexible for self-created appointments. You can set a custom color for each appointment when editing the event.