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Get Generous And Share Mac iCal Calendar

Felling generous? Then why not share your iCal calendar with a love one. It may not be the most romantic gesture but it is certainly a useful and practical one.

With a hectic lifestyle activating Mac iCal to remind you of important dates, such as a birthday, dentist appointment, work conference, wedding etc (the list is endless) can save a lot of mad dashing around frantically trying to make the deadline and awkward future meetings with unhappy offended brides.

If you have just one Mac amongst a household, competing for the handy iCal features can cause serious arguments. Thankfully now you can share. Yay!

Mac icalIt is very easy to setup and share your iCal calendar, here’s the way to do it…

1.) Begin by opening your iCal calendar, the icon is usually nestled in your iDock, if not you will find it stowed away in your Applications folder.
2.) Next step is to decide which calendar you are willing to share.
3.) At the top of the iCal toolbar select the tab ‘Calendar’
4.) A menu will pop up, scroll through and highlight ‘Publish..’
5.) Now fill out the small form that will appear in the new window.
6.) Finally click Publish. Clever iCal then displays the web address URLs which enables you to view your personal schedule online and allow you to either visit the page instantly or alternatively post an email to person or persons to whom you would like to share your calendar.

Sophie Tucker

Sophie Tucker

Chef Author at MacNerdy.com
Hi I'm Sophie, Chef Author at Macnerdy.com I'm a self proclaimed Mac Nerd and try and make it my job to know the latest tips and tricks for my readers. So whether you are a budding Mac geek, or a full blown enthusiast, I hope my guides can get you through smoothly 🙂
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Hi I'm Sophie, Chef Author at Macnerdy.com I'm a self proclaimed Mac Nerd and try and make it my job to know the latest tips and tricks for my readers. So whether you are a budding Mac geek, or a full blown enthusiast, I hope my guides can get you through smoothly :)