If you have at least one date field in your table, you can create a calendar view. Calendar views (as you might guess) allow you to look at your records on a calendar.
To create a new calendar view, click the dropdown arrow in the view bar, then click the "Calendar" option from the new view creation buttons at the bottom of the dialog.
You will then be prompted to select one of the table's date fields to use to place dates on the calendar.
(Note that in order to create a calendar view, you must have a date field in your table. If you do not already have one, you will be required to create a new one using the "Create a new date field" option.)
Once a date field has been selected, your calendar view will populate with the records from the selected date field.
In the view bar, there's a section (with a little calendar icon) which tells you which date field you're currently using for this calendar view.
Clicking on this will bring up the date picker again. From here, you can change the associated date field (by clicking on the appropriate radio button) or create an entirely new date field (by clicking "Create a new date field").
You can choose to see your records on a monthly calendar or a two-week calendar by clicking the toggle in the upper left-hand corner.
By default, your calendar view will show weekend dates (Saturdays and Sundays). To minimize the appearance of weekends on your calendar view, mouse over the Saturday or Sunday column and click the Collapse weekends button that appears. You can return the weekend dates to their original appearance by mousing over the Saturday or Sunday column again and clicking the Expand weekends button.
To create a new record within a calendar view, click the + button that appears when you mouse over a date. The date field for the new record associated with the current calendar will be automatically be set to the date that was clicked.
You can edit records directly from the calendar by clicking on a card. This will bring up a mini-editor from which you can edit the primary field or the associated date field being used for scheduling. Clicking on the "Edit details" button will bring up the expanded record view; clicking on the "Delete" button will delete the record.
You can also edit a record by clicking on a card in the side bar, which will open up that record's expanded view.
Clicking and dragging a card on the calendar will also reschedule the event, editing the value in its date field. Dragging a record card from the sidebar onto a date on the calendar will also change an event's date. If you drag a record to the sidebar, that will clear the value in the date field, "unscheduling" it.
Please note, that like all changes made in any view, the changes you make on a calendar view will also be reflected in the date field in all other views!
As mentioned in Changing record dates, you can use the sidebar listing your records to schedule or reschedule events by clicking and dragging records to and from the sidebar.
You can also use the find record box to search through your records—it'll search through all fields for your query, not just the names of the records.
You can also click the dropdown arrow next to "All records" to instead view only records with dates (arranged in chronological order), or to view only records without dates.
You can also use the record list to jump directly to a different month or two-week period by right-clicking on a card and selecting the Go to date option.
To hide the record list and just see the calendar, you can click the X button in the top right corner of the record list. To bring the record list back, you can click the Show record list button.
To delete a calendar view, simply click on the ellipsis button in the view bar and select the "Delete calendar" option.
You can integrate an Airtable calendar view with your favorite third-party calendar app by getting an iCal link from a shared calendar view. For more specific instructions on how to do this, please see this article on integrating Airtable with external calendar applications.
Alternatively, you can also use Zapier to integrate with an external calendar app. See this article on how to integrate Airtable with Google Calendar using Zapier.