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Provides an additional format for the display of date fields so that
they can be added into an external calendar. The types of calendar
available are:

  • Google Calendar
  • Yahoo! Calendar
  • iCal
  • Outlook

(Note: only Google Calendar has been tested with this initial release.)

Settings

  1. Add a date field to the content type that provides the
    calendar entry.
  2. Open the date field's display settings.
  3. Change the date field's format to be Add to Cal.
  4. Configure the 'Add to Cal' detailed format settings.
  • Location Field: An optional field to use as the location in calendar events.
  • Description Field: An optional field to use as a description in calendar events.
  • Show for Past Events: Determines whether the widget will be displayed for past events.

Usage

If a date field's display has been configured to use the Add to Cal
format, an 'Add to Calendar' button appears next to the field when it
is displayed. This button provides a drop-down menu containing links to
the supported calendar formats, and includes basic styling that can be
easily modified through CSS.

If, for example, the Google Calendar option is selected, a log-in to a
Google Account will be requested, the details will then appear there on an
admin page with a 'save' button to add the event to that account's calendar.

For screenshots and a more detailed explanation of how this module
works, check out the blog post at
http://thinkshout.com/blog/2012/06/kyle/add-to-cal

After installation, we recommend clearing your cache, or you may see
a strange behavior where the .ics file downloads try to load as nodes
rather than triggering a download.
(/admin/config/development/performance)

License

This project is GPL v2 software. See the LICENSE.txt file in this
directory for complete text.

Credits

Port to Backdrop

  • Graham Oliver (github.com/Graham-72)

Maintainers for Drupal:

  • Andrei Colesnic (andrei.colesnic)
  • Greg Bloggs
  • Gabriel Carleton-Barnes (gcb)
  • Lev Tsypin (levelos)
  • Sean Larkin (seanberto)