You can synchronize live calendar data with external calendars using iCalendar publish & subscribe feeds. iCalendar is an industry-standard format for exchanging calendar information. Almost all major calendar programs support it, including Keep&Share, Microsoft Outlook, Google Calendar, Apple iCal, etc. Keep&Share uses iCalendar formatted data in two ways: as a file format for one-time importing or exporting of calendar data, or as a data format for live iCal subscription feeds, which is the topic of this solutions folder.

Note: the iCalendar feed feature is available only to paid Keep&Share accounts.

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The iCalendar feed serves as a direct connection between your K&S calendar and calendar programs outside of Keep&Share. This feed transfers calendar information in one direction at a time, either into your K&S account (via a subscription) or out of your K&S account (via publishing).

Subscription URLs have to point to a specific ".ics" file and the URL must end with a .ics extension. 

Note: To share calendar information both within and between Keep&Share accounts, use the calendar sharing and calendar overlay features. Calendar sharing will update with the full range of Keep&Share features and will update with higher frequency than an iCalendar feed. To learn more about how to use an iCalendar feed to synchronize your Keep&Share with other calendars and vice versa, visit our solutions in the Synchronize with the iCalendar solutions folder.