The Teamup App for Android makes it easy to use Teamup Calendar on Android devices. See also this tutorial to get started.
- Download the app
- Connect the app to your calendar
- Show or hide sub-calendars
- View events
- Add or edit events
- Connectivity tracker
Download the Android app
Open the Google Play store and download the Android app to your device if you have not yet done so.
You can also find the Teamup Calendar app by searching for Teamup Solutions AG on the Google Play store.
The Teamup mobile app for Android has a widget, which you can configure to your liking. First, download the app and connect it to your calendar. Then you can add and configure the widget to your phone’s home screen.
Connect the Android app to your calendar
- The Teamup mobile app is a companion product of the web-based Teamup Calendar. You need to connect your Android app to a calendar link in order to use that calendar with your app.
- If you don’t have a Teamup Calendar yet, create one for free.
- A calendar link is all you need to access the calendar on your Android app.
- A calendar administrator manages all calendar links in the web-based Teamup Calendar, which can be accessed via a desktop or laptop browser or a mobile browser.
- If you are not a calendar administrator, you may have received a calendar link from the calendar administrator or another authorized user. The access permissions of your calendar link are managed by the calendar administrator who may modify or revoke your access to the calendar at any time.
- The Add Calendar screen will appear the first time you use the Teamup mobile app. You can enter the calendar link manually or copy and paste a calendar link from your browser address bar, email, or another app on your device.
Connect your calendar with your app
- You can enter your full calendar link or just the last part of it, which starts with ks followed by a 16-digit random string.
- Here is an example:
- Full calendar URL: https://teamup.com/ks09175eafc7c69bf8
- Last part only: ks09175eafc7c69bf8
- Here is an example:
Show or hide sub-calendars
- Swipe to open the sidebar on the left. At the top of the sidebar, you can switch calendar views. Choose from List, Day, Week, and Month views.
- The sub-calendar list is below the calendar view options. Tap the Eye icon to the right of any sub-calendar to show that calendar only. Tap the Eye icon to the right of the sub-calendar list header to show all calendars again.
- Tap any calendar name or its color square to show or hide that sub-calendar without changing the status of other calendars.
View calendar events
- From any calendar view, tap an event to view its details.
- Images attached to an event can be displayed right in the event view as shown below.
- Any files attached to the event will appear as clickable links so that you can open them directly from your mobile device.
- Addresses in the Where field are clickable and linked to Google Maps.
Add or edit events
- From your main calendar view, simply tap the + icon in the bottom right corner to add events. Or tap anywhere in the time grid to open the event editor to add a new event.
- To edit an event that has already been created, tap the event to view event details. If you have the appropriate access permission for an event, a green edit icon will be present when you view the event details. Tap on it to edit the event.
- You can modify the basic fields, including the text in the Description box.
- Create or edit recurring events.
- Enable or disable signup or comments for individual events.
- Edit custom fields, although they can only be set up by the calendar administrator in the Web version.
- Upload pictures from your photo library or the camera if your calendar is on a Premium subscription plan.
The left sidebar of the app is where you will find the following important clickable elements:
- The calendar link name.
- The refresh button to manually refresh your calendar.
- The Dashboard icon to go to the list of calendar links.
- Calendar views: Currently supported views include List, Day, Week, and Month views.
- The color-coded sub-calendars of the current calendar. Tap a calendar to show or hide the sub-calendar, or tap an Eye icon to show that sub-calendar only.
- Settings: configure time zone, display or collapse empty days, and remove calendar links.
- Connectivity tracker: see whether you are currently online or not, and when your calendar was last refreshed.
Dashboard for calendar links
Many Teamup users have more than one Teamup Calendar; for example, you may have one calendar that you created and manage for your family, and another calendar that you use for work, with non-administrator access as a team member. In this case, you can connect both calendars to your Teamup App via the app’s Dashboard:
- To access the Dashboard: Open the sidebar. Tap either the Dashboard icon in the top right or the text link below the sub-calendars list, as shown below.
- On the Dashboard, tap the + sign to connect another calendar.
- Important to keep in mind: The Android app’s Dashboard as shown above is currently NOT connected to the Dashboard accessible through a user account.
Connection and update status
- You can view your connectivity at the bottom of the sidebar in the connectivity tracker.
- You can access your Teamup Calendar with the Android app while offline. You will see the calendar data that was synced the last time you were online.
- This can be helpful if you need to access your calendar but are not connected to the Internet temporarily.
- Any changes made to the calendar during the time the calendar is not connected will be saved locally and synced to the server once the connection is back.
The widget is a miniature version of your Teamup Calendar that lives on your phone’s home screen. Instead of tapping to open the Teamup app, you simply swipe to see the widget. From the widget, you can tap to open any event in the Teamup mobile app.
There are two ways to add a widget to your phone:
- Option 1: Long press the Teamup app icon on your home screen. A menu will appear. Tap the Widgets option.
- Option 2: Long press anywhere on the screen to show the options for Wallpapers, Widgets, and Home Settings. Select Widgets and scroll through the available widgets until you find the Teamup widget. Touch and hold to select the widget, then drag it to where you want to place it on your screen.
- Once you place the widget on your phone’s screen, you’ll be prompted to select the calendar and the sub-calendars you want to display on the widget.
- To adjust the size of the widget, long press it until a white border with handles appears around the widget. Then drag the handles to adjust the size.
- To change which calendar appears in the widget, just tap the Edit icon in the top bar of the widget.
- Using the Teamup Mobile App for iOS
- Using Event Signup on Teamup Mobile Apps
- Using Event Comments on Teamup Mobile Apps
- Access Teamup in a Mobile Browser (Android)
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