Learn how to subscribe to your Nutshell Calendar Activities to view them in your Apple, Google, Microsoft, or other calendar application.
Visit your calendar settings page in Nutshell and scroll to the bottom to find a calendar activity feed URL. You can subscribe to your own activities only, or your whole team's activities.
Use these URLs to subscribe to your Nutshell activities in applications like Apple Calendar or Microsoft Outlook. Your calendar will automatically update itself with your upcoming Nutshell activities. You can subscribe to just your activities or a feed of every activity in your company.
Note: If you are using Google or Office365 calendar, you can setup 2-way calendar sync.
Calendar Settings in Nutshell
- Click your initials/your avatar in the lower-left of your dashboard
- Click Your settings
- Click 'Calendar'
- Choose the Personal calendar feed URL or the Company calendar feed URL
- In Calendar, choose File > New Calendar Subscription.
- Enter the Personal calendar feed URL or the Company calendar feed URL, and then click Subscribe.
- Enter a name for the calendar in the Name field and choose a color from the adjacent pop-up menu.
- Click OK. To make changes to the calendar, click the name of the calendar, and then choose Edit > Get Info
- If you have an iCloud account, choose whether you want the calendar on that account (click here for instructions).
- To view a subscription calendar in Calendar on your Mac and on devices with iOS 5 or later without resubscribing to it, choose your iCloud account
- To get the calendar’s event attachments or alerts, deselect the respective Remove checkboxes.
- To update your copy of the calendar when changes to it are published, choose the update frequency from the “Auto-refresh” pop-up menu.
- For Google users who prefer not to sync their calendars and instead would like to subscribe their native calendar to Nutshell updates, simply click 'Add other calendars' and select 'From web'.
- Paste the calendar subscription URL obtained from your Nutshell account.
- For O 365 users who prefer not to sync their calendars and instead would like to subscribe their native calendar to Nutshell updates, start by clicking the calendar icon in O 365 and then click 'Discover calendars'.
- Under 'Import calendar' select 'From web' and paste the calendar subscription URL obtained from your Nutshell account.
Microsoft Outlook 2010
- Copy the link for the Internet Calendar Subscription
- Paste it in a new tab in your web browser
- An .ics file will be saved locally
- If Outlook is your default email client, double-click the saved .ics file
- If Outlook is not your default email client continue at 8
- When prompted "Add this Internet Calendar to Outlook and subscribe to updates", click Yes
- The Internet Calendar opens in side-by-side view in the Outlook Calendar and is added to the Navigation Pane in Calendar view under Other Calendars. The calendar will check periodically for any updates made by the calendar publisher.
- Click File > Open > Import
- Choose "Import from an iCalendar (ics) or vCalendar (vcs) File" and choose the .ics file
- Click Open as New
Will my restricted users be able to view the company calendar feed?
No, restricted users are only able to view their personal calendar feed.
(Office 365) I just subscribed to my calendar in the Outlook Web App and I don't see any of my activities. What's the deal?
The Outlook Web App for Office 365 checks for updates in subscribed calendars every four hours, so hang in there! See this Office support article for more information. Try integrating your Office 365 server with Nutshell instead!
I am trying to subscribe my calendar to Microsoft Outlook, and keep getting this Windows security alert pop-up. What should I do?
This pop-up can occur when Outlook customers connect to third party apps (like Nutshell), to their Outlook account. If you had access to a Nutshell calendar subscription at some point, you may have to remove the outdated iCal URL. In Outlook, you can click File, Account Settings, then click Internet Calendars to remove the old Nutshell iCal.
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