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In iCal, what is the best way to merge two calandars?

Asked by Bri_L (12191points) August 18th, 2008

I have two and want them to be one.

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lefteh's avatar

Yep, that’s how I did it when I had to merge three a few months ago.

It is ridiculous that Apple did not include that feature.

wilhel1812's avatar

So, a challenge for you guys:

Me and my coworkers each have an automatically updated .ics file on a server. I have subscribed to my own, but it’s also nice to se who i work with. However i dont want 10 calendars in my list. Does anyone know how to merge these into one automaticly updated calendar? i use google calendar.

Bri_L's avatar

Thanks very much all! That is ridiculous that apple has not included that feature. There are, in my mind, a few others they would do well to include as well.

and I am afraid I don’t have any idea how to do that.

benseven's avatar

Try out Calgoo (http://www.calgoo.com) which is free.

Publish each iCal calendar to the calgoo hub servers. Then, set up a GCal account you’ll use to aggregate them all. Subscribe to each calendar you published on Calgoo within the GCal account, then…

stop This isn’t going to work… bah… maybe take a look and see if Calgoo would help in any way but the feed from a Google calendar only includes GCal created entries, rather than subscribed calendars too, which is unfortunate because otherwise you could have used it for aggregation. There may still be a way to do this but I have to go to work!

Bri_L's avatar

Thanks Benseven: I will take a look. That is interesting in it’s own right.

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