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    We just launched integration with Integromat platform, which helps to build automated workflows. We also provide several templates for quick start, and one of them allows to copy Wild Apricot events into google calendar. So you can share this google calendar and you members can subscribe to it.

    You can try the integration by this link https://www.integromat.com/en/integration/2276-copy-wild-apricot-events-into-google-calendar

    Help page: https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/1653

    Blog post with video tutorial: https://www.wildapricot.com/blogs/newsblog/2019/02/14/create-integromat-scenario

    ChrisH commented  · 

    Please implement an iCal feed for various collections of events (to start, "all" and one for each tag).
    The ability to allow members to subscribe to the calendar through a simple interface is essential (consider, as an example, the instructions provided at
    https://www.smsclientreminders.com/how_to_share_your_calendar_with_other_applications).

    As great as integromat is at many things, it does not provide a UX that will work for my members.

    These iCal feed urls could be published surfaced as a new view under /admin/events/ or /admin/settings/events/. Eventually a gadget in the CMS would be nice.

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    ChrisH commented  · 

    +1. This remains interesting as a built-in feature of a WA Event. In my case, I use the Zoom.us webinar service.

    All this said, it seems like the new WA webhooks capabilities would make this a pretty simple IFTTT or Zapier task.

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    ChrisH commented  · 

    Hi Anon,
    I'd make use of the global javascript (Settings->Site->Global Javascript) and, in it, manipulate the top menu by appending a link to the /Sys/Login screen.

    There are a couple of ways to do this but the most straightforward is to go to the Website -> Template Pages.
    Edit your standard page template.
    Select the Horizontal Menu widget where you want your link to appear.
    On the left, look @ the Advanced section and note the HTML ID. For my site, the ID is "id_yOhi7Wr"

    Next, go to your global Javascript area and plug in something like the following:
    ```
    <script>
    jq$(function(){
    $('#id_yOhi7Wr .menuInner ul.firstLevel').append('<li><div class="item"><a href="/Sys/Login" title="Events"><span>Member Login</span></a></div></li>');
    });
    </script>

    ```

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    ChrisH commented  · 

    Hi Naomi,
    Could you provide a url where this is present. I'll be happy to share a CSS snippet.

    If you've solved the problem, it would be great to hear the answer you came up with!

    Thanks,
    Chris

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    ChrisH commented  · 

    +1 for eliminating delivery of passwords in plaintext without a forced reset or expiration.
    The {Password_Reset_URL} workaround is useful.

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    +1: include the new user scenario

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