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Have Siri Show Your Calendar & Appointments on iPhone, iPad, or Mac

Aug 30, 2017 - 1 Comment
What's on my calendar Siri

Are you having a busy day, and wondering what is next on your Calendar agenda? Maybe you forgot when that appointment is tomorrow? Or perhaps you’re wondering if you’re free next Tuesday for a meeting at a specific time? You can ask Siri to tell you, utilizing the virtual assistant as a little personal assistant … Read More

How to Share Calendars from iPhone, iPad

Jan 17, 2017 - 3 Comments
Share Calendars in iOS

Sharing Calendars offers an easy way for family members, coworkers, or partners to see what’s on each others schedule. The shared calendars will even update automatically as events are added or changed, thanks to the calendar syncing through iCloud. We’ll show you how to easily share an entire calendar from iOS with any other iPhone, … Read More

Get iCloud Calendar Spam Invites? How to Stop Them

Nov 26, 2016 - 73 Comments
iCloud Calendar invite spam

Nobody likes spam, but if you have an iPhone, iPad, or Mac, there’s a good chance you’ve found a new avenue of spam on your Apple device lately: iCloud Calendar spam invites! These spam Calendar invites get forced onto your iPhone or computer as notifications and Calendar invitations for spam junk products with labels like … Read More

Get a Calendar from Command Line for Any Date, Month, Year

Feb 24, 2016 - 9 Comments
Get a calendar from the command line of Mac OS X

Though just about everyone has our phones glued to us with a dedicated calendar app, for users who spend considerable time in the command line it can be more efficient to stay put rather than stray to another app or pick up a different device to flip around in the calendar and find a given … Read More

How to Show Week Numbers in Calendar for iPhone & iPad

Jun 25, 2015 - 7 Comments
Show week numbers in iOS Calendar

Many people and professions rely on week numbers to plan events and schedule their time, particularly on a longer term yearly basis. By default, the iOS Calendar app does not show week numbers, but a simple settings change can make it so week numbers appear in the Calendar app of iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

How to Set the iOS Calendar to Start on a Monday Instead of Sunday

May 20, 2014 - 5 Comments
Start the week on Monday in Calendar for iPhone

The iPhone and iPad Calendar app defaults to starting a week on Sunday, which is the generally accepted standard of most US calendars. Meanwhile, some other nations start the calendar week on Monday, and some users just prefer to start the week on the first weekday of Monday rather than the weekend of Sunday anyway. … Read More

Navigate Calendar Faster in Mac OS X with Gestures & Continuous Scrolling

Apr 21, 2014 - Leave a Comment
Scroll through Month view quickly with swipes

Most users who want to see another day, week, or month in the Calendar app of OS X rely on using the mouse cursor to click the forward and backwards buttons, but that’s actually slower than relying on the lesser known continuous scrolling feature that’s built into the Mac Calendar app, which behaves much like … Read More

How to Subscribe to US Holidays in Calendar on iPhone & iPad

Apr 10, 2014 - 13 Comments
Holidays shown in Calendar app for iPhone

Want to show US Holidays in your iOS Calendar? There are a few ways to accomplish this, and we’ll cover the two simplest methods. First is a direct subscription to the official US holidays calendar offered from Apple, and the other syncs the same calendar from a Mac that has the feature enabled. For the … Read More

Access the Calendar List View for Specific Dates on iPhone with iOS

Apr 8, 2014 - 6 Comments
Access the Calendar List View in iOS

The Calendar app list view is probably the single best way to quickly see an overview of events and meetings scheduled for a specific day. Widely appreciated for it’s convenience, the date specific list view was removed and obscured within iOS 7 in favor of a more difficult to access wider list view that encompassed … Read More

How to Show Holidays in the Calendar App for Mac OS X

Mar 4, 2014 - 20 Comments
Calendar holidays in Mac OS X

With so many holidays scattered throughout the year, it’s easy to lose track of when is what, and on which day the next falls. Fortunately, the Mac Calendar app makes it simple to toggle the display of all holidays directly in the Calendar app, so you’ll never lose track over what date Palm Sunday, Earth … Read More

How to Show the Events List View in Calendar for iOS 7

Dec 5, 2013 - 1 Comment
Calendar icon

Update: iOS Calendar apps List View has been changed significantly from iOS 7.1 onward, learn how to access the new and improved version here for the iPhone and iPod touch. Users continuing to run prior versions of iOS can continue to find the broad events list using instructions detailed below. The Calendar List view is … Read More

Add Time Zone Support to Calendar for iOS

Oct 7, 2013 - 1 Comment
Calendar icon in iOS 7

Those who use Calendar for iOS and who also happen to travel between time zones may have noticed the events show based upon the iPhone or iPads current location rather than a defined time zone, this can cause some scheduled times to be off if you’re not expecting that behavior. The problem with that is … Read More

Enable Time Zone Support in Calendar App for Mac OS X

Aug 17, 2013 - 5 Comments
Set the Time Zone for Calendar app in Mac OS X

The Calendar (once called iCal) app of Mac OS X has full support for Time Zones for the entire calendar, individual events, shared calendars, and even invitations, but it must be enabled separately within the preferences. If you rely on Calendar app for just about anything and travel or work across time zones with any … Read More

Use the iOS Calendar Smarter & Faster with These 5 Tips

Aug 5, 2013 - Leave a Comment
Change an events Calendar on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

Calendar is one of the most useful features of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and many of us wind up managing our schedules entirely through the app. But even if you’re just a casual Calendar user, you’ll still get some great use out of these five tips aimed at improving the speed of your … Read More

How to Change Default Alert Times in Calendars for iPhone & iPad, Birthdays & Events

Apr 19, 2013 - 9 Comments
Change Calendar default alert times

You can change the default alert times of calendar events on iPhone and iPad. Forgetting a birthday or an important event never feels good, and if you have a habit of either completely forgetting dates or not remembering until it’s too late, you can adjust the default alert times settings in iOS to better correspond … Read More

Launch Files & Applications on a Scheduled Date with Calendar for Mac OS X

Apr 15, 2013 - 11 Comments
Open a file on a set date

If you have ever wished you could schedule the opening of a specific file, or set an application to launch on a specific date, either on a one off basis or on a recurring scheduled event, you can actually do both right in Mac OS X with the help of none other than the default … Read More

Set a Custom Repeat Reminder on iPhone with Siri

Apr 10, 2013 - 1 Comment
Reminders app

Ever wanted to create a reminder on the iPhone that is on a unique repeating interval? Maybe of alternating days, like a reminder every other day, or a reminder every 3 days? Oddly, this option isn’t available natively in the Calendar or Reminders apps of iOS, but these custom repeat reminder options do exist on … Read More

Fast Navigate the Calendar in iOS with a Tap & Hold

Apr 5, 2013 - 2 Comments
Jump to todays date in Calendar app for iOS

Using the Calendar app on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to navigate far into the future or back in time doesn’t have to be a slow process of constant taps to find a distant event or important date, and neither does jumping back to the current date once you’re far removed. Here are two … Read More

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