Sharing your Gazelle Calendar with an iOS / .ICS device is easy!


Step 1: Enable Sharing on your Gazelle calendar.
Step 2: Copy your calendar link.

Step 3: Add a subscribed calendar on your iPhone using this link.
Step 4: Done

STEP 1: Enable 'sharing' On your Gazelle calendar.

To enable sharing open your Gazelle calendar and click on the "Share" icon.

After you enable sharing on the calendar of your choice, copy the .ICS link.


NOTE: If you are doing this from your mobile app: after you tap the sharing icon 'tap and hold' on the half-circle next to the person's calendar you want to share. This will give you an option to copy the link.

Step 3: Follow these steps on your iPhone

  1. Go to the Settings app.

  2. This step is different depending on your version of iOS.

    On iOS 12 and above:  Go to Passwords & Accounts > Accounts > Add Account > Other > Add Subscribed Calendar.

    On iOS 11 and below: Go to Calendar > Accounts > Add Account > Other > Add Subscribed Calendar

  3. Where it says "Server", paste in the link you copied that ends in ".ics" then tap "Next"

  4. Leave username and password blank.  Make sure "Use SSL" is enabled.

  5. Tap "Save".


Now from your phone load up your iOS Calendar app.  Tap "Calendars" at the bottom. You should see "".  Make sure that is checked, and you'll see your appointments on your calendar.

Time Saving Tip: If you previously had your service/work calendar on your iOS device and your iOS calendar is selected to display both your old calendar and your new "Gazelle Subscribed" calendar, it will look like you have a bunch of duplicated appointments. Simply deselect your old calendar from the display and show only your Gazelle Subscribed calendar to resolve this issue. 

Step 4: You are done pushing your Gazelle events to your iPhone and are now ready to pull events from your iPhone to Gazelle if you want to create a 2-way sync.

How do I create a 2-way sync?

Create a 2-way sync between Gazelle and your iPhone by "pulling" events from your iPhone calendar(s). Click here for more info on creating a 2-way calendar sync.

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