Import Data into Teamup Calendar

With Teamup Calendar, you can import events from other calendar applications, spreadsheets, databases, and text files. Currently, supported import formats include iCalendar files (*.ics files) and text files with comma-separated values (*.csv files). In this article, you’ll learn the following: How to import data into your calendar The iCalendar data […]

Time Zone Support in Teamup Calendar

When a calendar is shared by a group of people located in different regions of the world, proper handling of time zones and daylight saving times becomes very important. Teamup Calendar offers very flexible time zone support. This article explains how the time zone for a calendar is configured and […]

How to Use Teamup Daily Agenda for Upcoming Events

With Teamup Calendar, you can automatically have a Daily Agenda in your inbox each day. The daily agenda displays all events for the upcoming one to three days, and it is sent via email in the morning, or at the time of your choosing.  Please note that a paid subscription plan is required to use […]

How to Use Teamup Search Operators

Teamup Calendar includes a powerful search tool. You can use search operators to get more specific search results. Search Operators Symbol How to use it + A plus sign in front of a keyword makes it a required word. Example: +team +kickoff +London Only returns events that include all three […]

What to Do When You Have a Payment or Renewal Issue

Teamup Calendar currently processes subscription payments through Stripe. You can upgrade or renew your subscription in your calendar: go to Settings > Subscriptions, then click the Upgrade or Renew button and proceed with the process. If you do not proceed, or for some reason the payment is not completed, your upgrade or […]

API for Teamup Calendar

The Teamup Application Programming Interface (API) enables software programs to interact with Teamup Calendar. Using the API it is possible to read, write, update, and delete calendar events. This enables the integration of Teamup Calendar with other systems and applications. An example of this would be a database application that […]

Upgrade Subscription Plan

If you have been using Teamup Calendar for free and are ready to subscribe to a Teamup Plus, Premium or Enterprise plan,  you can upgrade your current calendar without creating a new calendar. Once your upgrade is complete, you will be entitled to the additional sub-calendars and all features of your […]

How to Upload Images and Files to Events

Calendar events are often more than a date and a time. You may need to include event-related documents and files: meeting agendas, travel information, checklists, instructions, maps, location details, product images, or a picture of goods delivered. With Teamup Calendar, you can upload images and documents to an event. Images […]

How to Share the Same Event Calendar in Multiple Places

Publicize your events by sharing your Teamup Calendar online. Teamup Calendars can be embedded into a web page or added to a Facebook page with ease. In doing so you can control exactly how your calendar looks in each place and the level of access that your viewers have to […]

Managing Outbound iCalendar Feeds from Your Teamup Calendar

What is a Teamup iCalendar Feed An iCalendar feed, often also called ics feed, is a calendar format which allows you to share calendar data from one calendar service to another calendar service. It allows you to display Teamup Calendar events in Apple iCal, Google Calendar, Outlook or any other […]