How to View Calendar Events as a List on Mac

When you create calendar events on your Mac, they will list in a haphazard manner. The Calendar app in macOS is incapable of displaying a list view of events. A bunch of calendar events displayed in a list view gives a decent look. However, with a simple trick, you can display all calendar events as a list on Mac.

You can use this workaround to show the list of all calendar events in your old macOS as well. Your Mac should not necessarily be updated to the latest software to view the list of calendar events.

How to View Calendar Events as a List on Mac

How to Display Calendar Events as a List on Mac

Step #1: Open Calendar app on your Mac.

Step #2: Click on Calendars and now select the Calendar(s) you want to see as a list from the left side menu.

Click on Calendars on Mac

Step #3: Next, click on the search box in the upper right corner of the screen and then enter your parameter: Type in the single period. and then hit the enter key to see a list of all calendar events.

The app will display all your Calendar events in a list view next to the calendar window.

Alternatively, you can also search for two concurrent quotations like “” to watch your events in an organized way.

That’s all friends!

Basically, this trick will list all your Calendar events in the manner you see on your iPhone or iPad, which is more convenient for you.

Alternatively, you can use opening and closing quotation marks to show your events in a list view on your Mac.

Either way, you will get a decent view of your Calendar events you have set up in the app.

Summing up…

Remember that it is a workaround unknown to Apple’s developers. Probably, they might come to know about this in near future and would like to add this feature to the stock Calendar app. As our privileged readers, you can enjoy this trick and impress your friends and colleagues with your extraordinary know-how.

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