From the dashboard:
- Click the Create button on the upper left side of the dashboard and select Calendar.
The following section outlines each of the customization fields you are presented with on the Calendar Creation page. It is important to give your attendees clear and essential details related to the calendar so they can stay informed.
This is the calendar title your users will see when they subscribe to your calendar. The best titles are succinct and informative.
Only you and the account admin(s) will see the internal name of the calendar. This is intended to help with internal organization, for instance, if you have many different calendars with similar or identical titles.
This is the description of your calendar that users will see when you share this calendar’s unique landing page with them.
This will be the default timezone for events added to this calendar. If you are unsure of the appropriate timezone, you can click the timezone box and search based on location.
The time zone you select is only the default for new events. Events can be changed to any timezone and a single calendar can contain multiple events with different timezones.
This is the day of the week that the dashboard display for this calendar will begin. You can choose either Sunday or Monday.
You can assign a color to your calendar, which will display on your dashboard next to the calendar's name. There is a default calendar palette and you have the option to create new palettes.
You can link an external calendar and sync the events contained within it to your AddEvent calendar. To import an external calendar, it must be a valid iCalendar (.ics). Once added, your events from the external calendar will be synced with this calendar every 12 hours. The events will be visible in this calendar and to this calendar’s subscribers, but they will not be editable using AddEvent.
When you share a calendar with your users, you can decide to either allow them to subscribe to your calendar anonymously or collect information from them via a form they are presented with before they can subscribe. If you would like to collect subscriber information, click here for instructions.
Don't forget to click Create button at the bottom of the page after you include the information for the calendar.
Once you created a calendar, you can now create events that allow you to share with your users and get those events onto their calendars. Click here for instructions on how to create an event.
Updated 2 months ago