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Add to Calendar Support Resources

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Overview

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Add to Calendar allows for you to create a link that you can give your users an add to calendar link for your custom events and appointments.

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How to set up

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  1. Choose if you would like to create a calendar link for a specific date or based on the date found in a field.
  2. Fill in the title for what you’d like to call this event.
  3. Fill in the Event Location
  4. Fill in an event description. You can use merge fields from the contact record in this event description if you would like.
  5. Pick if you want to use a specific date or a date found in a field to base the event date on.
  6. Pick a start time and Timezone (if the time already exists in the date/time field – leave the start time blank to use the time in the field).
  7. Select what day and time you want the event to start (if using the specific date option), or the field where the event date is stored (if using the date found in a particular field).
  8. Define a duration for the event to last.
  9. Choose if you’d like this event to repeat (either “do not repeat”, “repeat daily” or “repeat weekly”).
    1. If you chose to repeat daily, select the end date (ie. the date the event will repeat every day until)
    2. If you chose to repeat weekly, select the end date (ie. the date the event will repeat until, on the days of the week that you select). Then select which days of the week you want the event to occur on, each week until the end date.
  10. Name and save
  11. PlusThis will provide a link for use in emails which will allow the participant to save the event to their calendar when clicked. Allow the toggle under the generated link to get a link for an ICS file (Outlook and iCal) or Google Calendar.

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  1. Choose if you would like to create a calendar link for a specific date or based on the date found in a field.
  2. Fill in the title for what you’d like to call this event.
  3. Fill in the Event Location
  4. Fill in an event description. You can use merge fields from the contact record in this event description if you would like.
  5. Pick if you want to use a specific date or a date found in a field to base the event date on.
  6. Pick a start time and Timezone (if the time already exists in the date/time field – leave the start time blank to use the time in the field).
  7. Select what day and time you want the event to start (if using the specific date option), or the field where the event date is stored (if using the date found in a particular field).
  8. Define a duration for the event to last.
  9. Choose if you’d like this event to repeat (either “do not repeat”, “repeat daily” or “repeat weekly”).
    1. If you chose to repeat daily, select the end date (ie. the date the event will repeat every day until)
    2. If you chose to repeat weekly, select the end date (ie. the date the event will repeat until, on the days of the week that you select). Then select which days of the week you want the event to occur on, each week until the end date.
  10. Name and save
  11. PlusThis will provide a link for use in emails which will allow the participant to save the event to their calendar when clicked. Allow the toggle under the generated link to get a link for an ICS file (Outlook and iCal) or Google Calendar.

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  1. Choose if you would like to create a calendar link for a specific date or based on the date found in a field.
  2. Fill in the title for what you’d like to call this event.
  3. Fill in the Event Location
  4. Fill in an event description. You can use merge fields from the contact record in this event description if you would like.
  5. Pick if you want to use a specific date or a date found in a field to base the event date on.
  6. Pick a start time and Timezone (if the time already exists in the date/time field – leave the start time blank to use the time in the field).
  7. Select what day and time you want the event to start (if using the specific date option), or the field where the event date is stored (if using the date found in a particular field).
  8. Define a duration for the event to last.
  9. Choose if you’d like this event to repeat (either “do not repeat”, “repeat daily” or “repeat weekly”).
    1. If you chose to repeat daily, select the end date (ie. the date the event will repeat every day until)
    2. If you chose to repeat weekly, select the end date (ie. the date the event will repeat until, on the days of the week that you select). Then select which days of the week you want the event to occur on, each week until the end date.
  10. Name and save
  11. PlusThis will provide a link for use in emails which will allow the participant to save the event to their calendar when clicked. Allow the toggle under the generated link to get a link for an ICS file (Outlook and iCal) or Google Calendar.

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  1. Choose if you would like to create a calendar link for a specific date or based on the date found in a field.
  2. Fill in the title for what you’d like to call this event.
  3. Fill in the Event Location
  4. Fill in an event description. You can use merge fields from the contact record in this event description if you would like.
  5. Pick if you want to use a specific date or a date found in a field to base the event date on.
  6. Pick a start time and Timezone (if the time already exists in the date/time field – leave the start time blank to use the time in the field).
  7. Select what day and time you want the event to start (if using the specific date option), or the field where the event date is stored (if using the date found in a particular field).
  8. Define a duration for the event to last.
  9. Choose if you’d like this event to repeat (either “do not repeat”, “repeat daily” or “repeat weekly”).
    1. If you chose to repeat daily, select the end date (ie. the date the event will repeat every day until)
    2. If you chose to repeat weekly, select the end date (ie. the date the event will repeat until, on the days of the week that you select). Then select which days of the week you want the event to occur on, each week until the end date.
  10. Name and save
  11. PlusThis will provide a link for use in emails which will allow the participant to save the event to their calendar when clicked. Allow the toggle under the generated link to get a link for an ICS file (Outlook and iCal) or Google Calendar.

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  1. Choose if you would like to create a calendar link for a specific date or based on the date found in a field.
  2. Fill in the title for what you’d like to call this event.
  3. Fill in the Event Location
  4. Fill in an event description. You can use merge fields from the contact record in this event description if you would like.
  5. Pick if you want to use a specific date or a date found in a field to base the event date on.
  6. Pick a start time and Timezone (if the time already exists in the date/time field – leave the start time blank to use the time in the field).
  7. Select what day and time you want the event to start (if using the specific date option), or the field where the event date is stored (if using the date found in a particular field).
  8. Define a duration for the event to last.
  9. Choose if you’d like this event to repeat (either “do not repeat”, “repeat daily” or “repeat weekly”).
    1. If you chose to repeat daily, select the end date (ie. the date the event will repeat every day until)
    2. If you chose to repeat weekly, select the end date (ie. the date the event will repeat until, on the days of the week that you select). Then select which days of the week you want the event to occur on, each week until the end date.
  10. Name and save
  11. PlusThis will provide a link for use in emails which will allow the participant to save the event to their calendar when clicked. Allow the toggle under the generated link to get a link for an ICS file (Outlook and iCal) or Google Calendar.

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Implementation Guide

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PlusThis requires that contact details are passed through Calendar links sent out so we know who to perform the Tool on. Use the link generator that PlusThis provides to create a link that will merge in the contact details and provide a personalized calendar link.

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PlusThis requires that contact details are passed through Calendar links sent out so we know who to perform the Tool on. Use the link generator that PlusThis provides to create a link that will merge in the contact details and provide a personalized calendar link.

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PlusThis requires that contact details are passed through Calendar links sent out so we know who to perform the Tool on. Use the link generator that PlusThis provides to create a link that will merge in the contact details and provide a personalized calendar link.

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PlusThis requires that contact details are passed through Calendar links sent out so we know who to perform the Tool on. Use the link generator that PlusThis provides to create a link that will merge in the contact details and provide a personalized calendar link.

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PlusThis requires that contact details are passed through Calendar links sent out so we know who to perform the Tool on. Use the link generator that PlusThis provides to create a link that will merge in the contact details and provide a personalized calendar link.

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Tips

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— Make sure when testing you are using an actual contact record and not a test record. Test records will not populate the link properly.

[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Ontraport” tab_id=”1494373334363-f83a634e-fbee”][vc_column_text]— Make sure when testing you are using an actual contact record and not a test record. Test records will not populate the link properly.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Drip” tab_id=”1494373334559-7f4ac2af-b68d”][vc_column_text]— Make sure when testing you are using an actual subscriber record and not a test record. Test records will not populate the link properly.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”HubSpot” tab_id=”1519859782806-b6fc6fbc-d9e9″][vc_column_text]— Make sure when testing you are using an actual contact record and not a test record. Test records will not populate the link properly.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”ActiveCampaign” tab_id=”1521052300749-b04a6658-6594″][vc_column_text]— Make sure when testing you are using an actual contact record and not a test record. Test records will not populate the link properly.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][/vc_tta_tabs][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text]

Blueprint

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FAQ

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Make sure that when testing you’re running an actual contact through, rather than using a “send test” button. Using a “test” will instead use a user record, which causes the tool to not work.

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Make sure that when testing you’re running an actual contact through, rather than using a “send test” button. Using a “test” will instead use a user record, which causes the tool to not work.

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Make sure that when testing you’re running an actual subscriber through, rather than using a “send test” button. Using a “test” will instead use a user record, which causes the tool to not work.

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Make sure that when testing you’re running an actual contact through, rather than using a “send test” button. Using a “test” will instead use a user record, which causes the tool to not work.

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Make sure that when testing you’re running an actual contact through, rather than using a “send test” button. Using a “test” will instead use a user record, which causes the tool to not work.

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Helpful Downloads

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