It’s simple to integrate due dates into your calendar, whether you’re using iCalendar, Outlook or Google Calendar. Our easy-to-use calendar feed will create an all day event in the calendar for every due date in a board.
Two things to keep in mind before enabling the calendar integration:
- To enable this integration, you need to be an admin on the board. When an admin has enabled the feature, it will be available for the rest of the board members.
- You need to enable each board to integrate with your calendar individually.
- The Google Calendar integration works differently than the others
Step 1 - Enable Calendar Integration in Board settings
Go to the board you want to connect. Click on the arrow next to the board name and choose "Board settings". In the settings you will find three tabs; Overview, Integrations and Members. Click on integrations. If you are an admin, you will now get the option to enable (or disable) this integration.
Step 2 (Google Calendar only) - Configure
- Press the "Configure" button
- Choose you Google account in the pop-up
- Press "Allow" (bottom right) when prompted
Your board is now added to your calendar, and you can easily disable.
The board calendar now appears among you calendars in the Google interface. You can easily share this now with other users.
Step 2 (other calendars, also works with Google) - Copy the URL
When you have enable the Calendar integration, you will get a link that you can copy and paste into your calendar.
Step 3 - Add the URL to your favorite calendar
Go to your Google calendar and on the left of the screen you will see “Other calendars”. Click the arrow just to the right and “Add by url”. Paste in the url you copied in step 2, click “Add calendar” and you’re done!
Go to your calendar in outlook.com. Click Import, then click Subscribe. In the Calendar URL box, paste the URL from Step 2. Give the calendar a name and a color, and click "Subscribe".
Go to File > New Calendar Subscription.
Paste the url from Step 2 into the field that pops up. Click “Subscribe”, and you’ll see some preferences to choose from like how your to-do’s with due dates will now show up in your iCal. iCal will auto-refresh the sync depending on your settings, up to every 5 minutes.
And that’s it! Enjoy your new calendar feed!