You can share your Schedulista calendar with other calendars using an iCalendar (iCal) feed.

iCalendar is a computer file format used to share calendar information between applications. iCalendar is supported by a large number of products including Google, Yahoo, and other internet calendars; Microsoft Outlook; and Apple iCal for Macs, iPhones, iPads, and other Apple devices connected to an iCloud account.

When active, you will see a web address/URL ending in .ics for your feed.

Contents in this article:

  • One-way sync
  • Turning on your iCalendar feed
  • Using your iCal feed to share your calendar with other calendar software

One-way sync

Sharing your calendar via an iCalendar feed is sometimes called "one-way" (or read-only) synchronization. Schedulista appointments can be shared with 3rd-party software, but not the other way around.

Note: This is different than the Google Calendar sync, which is a two-way synchronization between Google Calendar and Schedulista.

Turning on your iCalendar feed

Each calendar on your account has its own unique iCalendar feed. Each must be turned on individually.

(1) Go to the Calendar tab

(2) Click on the gear icon in the upper right

(3) Select Sync Calendar... from the menu

(4) Under the iCal Feed heading, select the On radio button

(5) Copy the highlighted iCalendar feed URL in the new field, or write it down or type it to be used to subscribe to your calendar

Note: We recommend pasting the feed URL into an email and sending it to yourself to open on the device you'd like to subscribe to your calendar on.

(5) Click Save to turn the feed on

Using your iCal feed to share your calendar with other calendar software

Once you've turned your iCal feed on, you can share with other calendar software by the steps linked below.

On iPhone or iPad

We have specific instructions for sharing your calendar with an iPhone or iPad.

On Apple iCal for Mac or iCloud

Learn how to subscribe to your calendar with an Apple iCal (or Calendar) on Mac and for iCloud here.

On Outlook

Learn how to subscribe to your calendar with Microsoft Outlook calendar here.

On Outlook.com

Learn how to subscribe to your calendar with web-based Outlook.com calendar here.

On Google (one-way share) 

Learn how to subscribe to your calendar with web-based Google Calendar here

Note: This is for a one-way sync. For the two-way Google Calendar sync, you can read more here

On Yahoo

Learn how to subscribe to your calendar with web-based Yahoo calendar here.


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