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How do I manage my group calendar?

The group calendar is a place to keep track of all events in the group, and allow people to RSVP or sign up to do or bring things to the event. The calendar can be kept private to the group, or can be made public to allow others to sign up for the event and simultaneously be enrolled in the group. 

To manage the group calendar, click the Calendar option to the right of the Feed along the top of the window. 

Creating events

Events can be added to the calendar either from the calendar itself by clicking on a date, or while composing an email announcement from the event icon on the right. 

Each event must have a title, start time, and end time. You may optionally add a location or description to the event, as well as the items below. 

For more information on creating events, see this article

Signup Settings

As a group leader or admin, you can also set specific settings for your calendar by going to the drop-down menu in the upper right and choosing Signup settings

Here, you can control: 

  • Email reminders for events that a member has RSVPed or completed a signup for. 
  • Set limits on how close to an event or how far in advance to an event someone can signup. 
  • Hide the names of members who have signed up for an event. 

Share the calendar with members

Want to easily point members to the calendar, where they can see and RSVP or sign up for events and sync to their personal calendar? Use the drop-down in the upper right and select Share calendar with members. Doing so will open a new email announcement with the Calendar URL token, which allows members to see and interact with the calendar without entering a password. 

Public calendar

A calendar can be made public so that so that anybody with the link can access it and sign up for events, whether or not they are already members of your group. This can also be managed from the calendar drop-down in the upper right once the public calendar has been published. 

To learn more about public calendars, see this article