Sharing iOS Calendars is Easier than You Think

Stacey Turnbull, Marketing Manager | April 17, 2017

Are you looking for an easy way to keep your family or coworkers informed of an iCloud calendar? You can follow these few easy steps to start sharing your iOS calendar today with any other iCloud user.

You first need to ensure that you have your iOS calendar enabled. To do this:

  1. Open settings and tap “Calendar” from your iPad or iPhone
  2. Open your “Accounts” and then tap on “iCloud”
  3. Scroll down to ensure that the Calendar option is toggled

How to share your calendar from your iPhone or iPad:

  1. Open your Calendar app and tap the “Calendars” button on the bottom of your screen
  2. Locate the calendar you would like to share and tap the information icon on the right
  3. Tap on “Add Person…” and select a contact(s) or type in the email address(es) of those people with whom you would like to share your calendar
  4. Tap “Done” and that’s it!

The recipient will receive an invite via email prompting them to join your calendar. He or she will then have to sign into their iCloud account to finalize the process.

A shared calendar can be viewed, updated, adjusted or modified from all of those who have access. You can even create calendars to track specific events, which eliminates confusion when multiple people are adding and editing events.

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