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Introduction

Where can you find the link in CrewPlanner

How to do this for your iOS calendar

How to do this for your Google calendar

How to do this for your Outlook calendar

How to do this for your Thunderbird calendar


Introduction

Would you like to see your scheduled CrewPlanner shifts on the agenda of your device? Then you can use these steps to link your CrewPlanner calendar to your external calendar.


Where can you find the link in CrewPlanner

To copy the URL link you need, navigate to the Agenda page in the App. As soon as you are on this page you will see a calendar icon right at the top.

After selecting this icon, you will be taken to the page where you can download the URL link for your external calendar. In the middle of this page you will find a button with which you can copy the URL link to link your external calendar.

When you see a green message appear at the top of the page, you have copied the URL link correctly. You then only have to perform the steps necessary to link your external calendar.


How to do this for your iOS calendar

These steps were inherited from Apple's support page:

iPhone:

  1. In Settings, tap Calendar, > Accounts, > New Account, > Other.

  2. Tap ‘Add Calendar Subscription’.

  3. Enter the URL of the .ics file you want to subscribe to and enter any other necessary server information.

Mac:

  1. In the Calendar app on your Mac, choose File > New Calendar Subscription.

  2. Enter the calendar's web address, then click ‘Subscribe’.

  3. Type a name for the calendar in the Name field, click the pop-up menu next to the field, then choose a colour.


How to do this for your Google calendar

These steps were taken from Google's support page

  1. On your computer, open Google Calendar.

  2. In the top right, click Settings.

  3. In the pane on the left under "Settings for my calendars," click the name of the calendar you want to use.

  4. Click ‘Integrate Calendar’.

  5. Copy the link in the Secret address section in iCal format.

  6. Paste the link according to the instructions of your other calendar app.


How to do this for your Outlook calendar

These steps were inherited from Microsoft's support page:

  1. Sign in to Outlook.com.

  2. At the bottom of the page, select the calendar icon.

  3. Select Add Calendar in the Navigation Pane.

  4. Select Subscribe to the web.

  5. Enter the calendar URL.

  6. Select Import.


How to do this for your Thunderbird calendar

These steps were taken from Mozilla's support page:

  1. Enter your username, such as your Gmail email address.

  2. Enter the calendar URL in the location field. Thunderbird recognizes a color from calendar URLs.

  3. Check, if applicable, This location does not require any credentials .

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