Retrieve the .ics File for a Calendar Feed

This article will show you a few different methods to get the .ics file for a specific AddEvent calendar. This file is useful because you can use it to add the calendar to any calendar system that can handle .ics files, including ones not listed by default on our button. You can also use it to import the calendar into other services and software or to share the link with others directly.

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There is currently no official way to do this, so the below steps are workarounds, subject to change

Yahoo Method

  1. Go to the landing page for the Calendar you'd like the .ics file for.
  2. Click Add to Calendar, then select the Yahoo option.
  3. A page will open that has instructions on how to Add the Calendar to a Yahoo Calendar, but more importantly will display the .ics file in an easy-to-copy format.

Outlook Method

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Use this method if you do not have Outlook Desktop installed on your computer

  1. Go to the landing page for the Calendar you'd like the .ics file for
  2. Click Add to Calendar, then select the Outlook option
  3. Depending on your browser settings, you will either get a prompt asking you where to save the .ics file on your computer or see the download happen automatically.

iCal Method

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Use this method if you do not have iCal installed on your computer

  1. Go to the landing page for the Calendar you'd like the .ics file for
  2. Click Add to Calendar, then select the iCal option
  3. Depending on your browser settings, you will either get a prompt asking you where to save the .ics file on your computer or see the download happen automatically.

You now have access to the .ics file for your AddEvent calendar