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Calendar without Upcoming Items

The Upcoming Calendar tab on the board list stays there, empty, when there aren't any upcoming calendar items. Maybe it should be hidden when there are no items. By the way, "Upcoming Calendar" sounds weird in that context.

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Indeed very weird... lol
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By the way: I would find it much better if the events of today aren't only bold text. I was often asked what it means when an event was bold. Maybe the calendar in the info center should be like this:

events today: Jorin (41)
upcoming events: christmas (24.12.), new year (01.01.)

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Maybe just simply Upcoming ?

We could either hide it if empty of just have a "none" message in there?
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"Upcoming events" is already used just few lines below. I guess the "upcoming /calendar/" was chosen to differentiate between proper events and maybe birthdays or holidays?
Does it make sense? Is it really worth?
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Don't know if its worth it or not ... right now its just poor wording.  I'd simply title it with Upcoming, Near Term, Future, Around the corner or I suppose it could be left blank if all the sub options have titles ... have not looked at what can end up in that block.
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I suppose it could be left blank if all the sub options have titles ... have not looked at what can end up in that block.
plus hiding it completely when there are no events, birthdays or holidays sounds like the best option to me. I can't really think of a word that would cover everything that goes in calendar.