Selecting an event

The selection of an event involves simply clicking on it.

Selecting multiple events

It may be useful to be able to select multiple events, in order to be able to then apply a common processing: move them, delete them, modify their properties, etc.

There are various methods available to select multiple resources. They can be combined together.

CTRL + left click

The simplest method is to left click in order to select the first event, then clicking on the following events whilst holding the CTRL button on the keyboard down.

Selecting by rectangle

To do this, left click to select the event in the top left of the rectangle to be selected, then click on the event in the bottom right whilst holding down the shift key.

This selection is restricted to the events rendered visible by any active filters.

Extending a selection

Right click on one of the selected events.

The context-sensitive menu proposes:

  • Horizontally (to the right, to the left, in both directions),

  • Vertically

These extensions to the selection are restricted to the events rendered visible by any active filters.

Ctrl + A

It is possible to select all the events visible on a display.

This view may be:

  • a Planning View,

  • a Diary View,

  • a Gantt Events View,

  • or, an Events View.

To do this, simply select, within this view, the section that contains the events and press Ctrl + A.


For Planning Views and Events Views, this selection takes into account all events that respect the filters used by the View and included within the time period defined by the view.

Using filters to make a selection

To modify or delete all events with a certain characteristic, simply apply a filter displaying only these events before selecting them all and applying the modification.

Any events excluded by this filter are saved.

Selecting related events

When using links, it is possible to apply a selection to all events connected by links.

To do this, right-click on an event > Select linked events

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