All About Calendar Subscription Feeds, How to Create, Share and Fix

About Calendar Feeds

Creating Calendar Feeds in Propared

When you create a Filter Schedule in the Filters Screen Propared automatically creates a Calendar Feed using the .ics format.  This link can be pasted into most External Calendar Programs.  

 

Where do I Find the Calendar Feed Link?

If you are a Manager with log-in credentials you can find the Feed link in the Filter Settings section of each Filter.  You can also disable the calendar feeds if you choose.  

If you are a Viewer who has received a Schedule webpage or email you will find the Calendar Feed link at the bottom of the page.  

 

Importing Propared Calendar Feed into...

Apple Calendar

Usually Apple Calendar will automatically recognize the .ics link when you double click on it.  

Apple Calendar provides you the option to choose how often calendars refresh with the Propared server.  

Here is an Article to assist you from Apple

 

Google Calendar

Usually adding a Calendar feed to google is a quick process.  You'll want to copy the entire link rather than click on it and paste it into Google as a Link or URL.

Google Calendars DO NOT provide the ability to set a refresh time.  Google's documentation states calendars may take as long as 12 hours to refresh. Please keep this in mind when subscribing to a Propared schedule with Google.

Here is an Article to assist you from Google

 

Outlook Calendar

Usually adding a Calendar feed to Outlook is a quick process.  You'll want to copy the entire link and paste it into the Import Calendar from Web section in Outlook as a Link or URL.

Outlook Calendar provides you the option to choose how often calendars refresh with the Propared server.  

Here is an Article to assist you from Microsoft

 

Troubleshooting Calendar Feeds

Usually issues with calendar feeds not refreshing are issues specifically with the external calendar programs.  We recommend removing the calendar from your program of choice and re-add the Propared Calendar Feed.  


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