Anyone can create a Teamup user account.
Having a user account is optional. Since, Teamup Calendars are accessed via calendar links, a Teamup user account is not required to access a Teamup calendar. All that is required is a calendar link for the calendar.
Benefits of having a Teamup user account
Although user accounts are optional, having one does offer additional benefits for Teamup Calendar users. With a user account, you can do the following:
- Keep all your calendar links in a dashboard, so you don’t need to bookmark them one by one.
- Set up and manage event reminders, so you don’t miss any important upcoming events.
Creating a user account and login to your account
Note: the option to reset password on the login page refers to the password for your user account. If you have not yet created a user account, you do not have a user account password. This reset password option will not reset a password for any calendar link you may have created in the past. You can access your calendar as usual via your calendar link, without logging into a user account.
Optionally, if you have created a user account, you can add your calendar link to the calendar dashboard of your user account for quick access.
What to expect with a user account
When you log into your Teamup user account, you will notice a few differences when you access your Teamup Calendars.
- You will see a green button on a Teamup Calendar that has not been added to your dashboard. Click the button to add it to your user account dashboard for easy access.
- When you view or edit an event, you will see the option to enable reminders for that event.
- In your calendar preferences under the blue calendar menu in the top right, you can select Default Reminders and set reminders for all events on individual sub-calendars.
- Once you have created your user account, you can upload a new image or change your existing profile picture.
Click on the avatar icon listed in the top right corner of your calendar. Select the option Profile and, in the new screen, click on Change Avatar.
You will have the option to upload your own image or you can choose to display your initial.
More about user accounts
Your user account password is only used to login to your user account. Calendar passwords are set up separately.
To open a password-protected calendar link, you still need to enter the calendar password to access that calendar even if you are logged into your Teamup user account.
If you choose not to create a Teamup user account, you will still be able to access your Teamup calendars as usual, using your calendar links.
If you are not logged into your Teamup user account, you are still able to access your Teamup calendars as usual with your calendar links.
You can share your Team calendar via a calendar link, and others can access it without a Teamup user account. User accounts are not required to access shared Teamup calendars.
A Teamup user account works with calendar links; it does not replace them. It provides a central place for all your calendar links, so you can quickly and easily see all your Teamup calendars in one dashboard.
Good to know
- When you are logged into your Teamup user account, you will see a green button on calendars that have not been added to your dashboard. Click the green + button to add the calendar to your dashboard.
- When you are logged into your Teamup user account, you can access your account profile and calendar dashboard from any of your calendars: your account avatar will appear in the upper right hand corner of the calendar. Click on your account avatar for the account menu, which includes Dashboard, Profile, Applications, and Logout.
- Do you have multiple Teamup calendars associated with different email addresses? No problem. Go to your Profile and you can add additional email addresses to your user account.
- You can create a new calendar from within the dashboard. Simply click on the green “Create calendar” button at the top of the dashboard.
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