Tiki Trackers are a powerful generic database builder, and there are many ways to interact with the data, such as:


(alphabetically sorted)

Besides PluginTrackerCalendar, you can also see through a Calendar tracker items associated with a standard tracker calendar. See:

And of course:


  • Diagram (should be partially populated from data)

You can also export it (all or some fields and items, eventually filtered by some criteria), edit the data elsewhere, and re-import it if needed later on, etc. See:

And you can edit data inline in forms, if you enable the corresponding parameter to do so. See: