To view your events in another calendar (like Google Calendar), you must connect or subscribe to your calendar feed URLs as found on your schedule setup page.

The connection method is different depending on what calendar you use (for Outlook and Apple see the end of the article).

Feed Types

The public feed shows the event title, location, all event details, and a link to the public event page for that event.

The private feed in addition shows the names of the booked attendees and has a link to the admin bookings list page instead of the public event page.

The private feed (sparse) is similar to the private feed, but will only show dates and times that have bookings associated with them.

Both feeds are limited to showing events from 3 months ago to one year in the future.

Google Calendar

Apple Calendar

Use the menu option:  "File - New Calendar Subscription..."

Microsoft Outlook

View their help page...

Updates to the feed:

When something changes in the feed, like a new booking is made, we update it in real time, so it's up to the calendar program how often it refreshes.

In Google we find this can take several hours. In Apple on OSX you can use Cmd-R to get an update whenever you like, and the refresh rate is setup at the point you connect.

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