As an embeddable calendar, it makes your events visually friendly for your users by giving them an actual calendar to look at on your website. As a subscription calendar, it allows your users to easily add your events to their calendars and stay up-to-date on any event changes (similar to the Subscription Calendar tool, though with more options and deeper analytics). Read more
As a data collection service, it allows you to collect user data such as names, email addresses, locations, and more. Essentially it’s the comprehensive calendar system you never knew you needed. But now you do.
CalendarX extends the subscription calendar tool with an additional list of features, e.g. an embeddable calendar, and a data collection service.
No. The CalendarX.com users are not the same as the users on AddEvent.com.
Simply go to the Users section on CalendarX and invite the users you want to join the account.
In CalendarX you'll find sharing options for each calendar you have created. Follow the instructions in the section.
Yes! However, your users won't receive the updates immediately. As a general rule, you should expect the events to be updated on your user's calendars within 12-24 hours.
Yes. CalendarX creates a "hook" into the user's calendars. The user's calendars request for updates several times each day. The synchronization frequency depends on the calendar system.
Our experience in sync frequency is:
• Apple updates on app / program startup and every 1-3 hours
• Google updates every 12 hours
• Outlook updates on app / program startup and every 1-3 hours
• Outlook.com updates every 3 hours
• Yahoo updates every 8-12 hours
In order to prevent calendar SPAM, most calendar systems make it possible for their users to opt-out event reminders from external calendars. Some calendar systems disable event reminders per default, some allow them.
Yes. Take a look at the sharing options in CalendarX.