Frequently Asked Questions

  • Premium Accounts

  • As a Premium Member you are able to remove the "AddEvent" branding in the drop down menu.

    In the Advanced Settings section you are provided with an additional script containing a license code. You must place the additional script after the included script in “The Button” → “Step 1”.

  • As a Premium Member you are able to remove the "Event built with" by white labeling your domains.

    You only need to white label the domains where your "Add to Calendar" buttons are located.

    Enter your root- and sub-domains in "Account" → "Domains". If you have many sub-domains, please contact us for wildcarding your domains.

  • In order to change credit card you need to unsubscribe / remove your current credit card.
    You do that by clicking the "Cancel Subscription" button in the Account section. You will need to confirm that you unsubscribe your current credit card. While doing this process your account will remain a Premium Account. When you have unsubscribed the credit card, the "Upgrade to Premium" button will reappear. Click the button and enter the new credit card information.

  • If you intent to use the services on AddEvent for personal usage only you can apply for a "Personal" account. If approved you can use all features on AddEvent for free. With a "Personal" account you can use the "Add to Calendar" button on one domain only.

    Who can apply for a personal account?
    If your usage is assosiated with a company you cannot apply for a personal account. If you use AddEvent for your own personal blog or if you are getting married and put up an invitation etc. we consider your usage personal.

    Examples of "not applicable" for personal accounts
    Companies, business / commercial blogs, webinars, concert halls, cinemas, restaurants, after-work meetings, fundraising and relief organizations, schools, libraries.

    If you are a developer and need your trial to be extended due to development, please contact us at

  • The "Add to Calendar" button on web

  • Use the date format that matches the format of your country. The default format is: MM/DD/YYYY

    If you wish to change date format, eg. DD/MM/YYYY please specify it the date format tag:
    <span class="date_format">DD/MM/YYYY</span>

    Examples of date strings:
    11-05-2015 09:00
    05/11/2015 09:00 AM

  • By setting the all_day_event variable to be true the event becomes pre-checked in eg. Microsoft Outlook and Google Calendar.

    Please notice: If the variable is set to true time definitions (HH:MM) are ignorred.

  • Recurring events are in the "Add to Calendar" button as well as the "One-time Events" are only support in iCalendar supported e-mail clints like e.g. Microsoft Outlook and Apple Calendar.

  • You can force the button to go directly to only one calendar option by adding a data-direct attribute to the link.

    <div class="addeventatc" data-direct="google">

    Data-direct options:
    outlook, google, yahoo, outlookcom, appleical

  • In the "Add to Calendar" button as well as the "One-time Events" multiple events are not supported.

    The "Subscribe to Calendar" feature allows you to create an unlimited events which your users can subscribe to.

  • With jQuery Mobile all links are considered to be internal. You must add attributes to the button in order to get it to work.

    <a ... class="addeventatc" data-role="none" rel="external">

  • When your document has been loaded, call the function addeventatc.refresh(); if you are using the "Add to Calendar" button and addeventstc.refresh(); if you are using the "Subscribe to Calendar" button.

  • Yes! Add below class to your existing stylesheet.

    For the "Add to Calendar" button:
    .addeventatc {visibility:hidden;}

    For the "Subscribe to Calendar" button:
    .addeventstc {visibility:hidden;}

  • Yes! Please go to Advanced Settings, copy / paste the "Advanced Settings" snippet to your website.

    Below properties enables you to remove items from the drop down as well as change the labels.

    outlook  : {show:true, text:"Outlook Calendar"}
    google   : {show:true, text:"Google Calendar"}
    yahoo    : {show:true, text:"Yahoo Calendar"}
    outlookcom  : {show:true, text:""}
    appleical     : {show:true, text:"Apple iCalendar"}
    facebook : {show:true, text:"Facebook Event"}

  • Tracking button events is possible by adding event listeners.

    For the "Add to Calendar" button:
    Please go to Event listeners for examples.

    For the "Subscribe to Calendar" button:
    Please go to Event listeners for examples.

  • Yes! E-mail reminder is currently supported in clients like Microsoft Outlook and Apple Calendar. Setup a reminder by adding an "alarm_reminder" variable to the button. The e-mail reminder in this example would be trigged 15 minutes before the event.

    <span class="alarm_reminder">15</span>

  • Please notice the "old" time zones are deprecated. The "old" time zones are still supported but not recommended.

    List of old time zones

  • All time zones are available as a JSON list.
    List of time zones

  • The "Add to Calendar" button in newsletters

  • The “Add to Calendar” button does not work in e-mails due to security reasons.

    That's why we have created the "Event Manager". In the "Event Manager" section you can create and manage your events for your e-mail campaigns or social sharing.

    Simply create an event and copy / paste the link into your e-mail newsletter or share it on Facebook, Twitter etc. Your event is accessible on an event page, eg. or as a direct download eg.

  • Compatibility

  • A lot of users have reported that it is not possible to use AddEvent (or any other calendar provider) with Google Chrome on an iOS device.

    After a lot of research it seems that Apple has disabled all extensions on iOS devices when you use Chrome as a browser. Using their native browser (Safari) works just fine.
    It's the never ending war between Apple and Google.