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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

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    Brian commented  · 

    An iCal feed is a basic feature for any calendar. This isn't a request to allow full sync between different calendaring systems, just for another calendar to subscribe to the Wild Apricot calendar.

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    This is a feature I just realized didn't already exist in WA. We have an event that repeats on a schedule. Each event is separate, with its own registration. We have to edit and schedule separate events for each one of these. It seems so close to existing functionality (multiple sessions), for such a common use case, that I'm surprised it hasn't been implemented yet.

    Edit: A big downside to the current system is that we can't generically link to our event. Like, we can't have a website that says, "click here to register for a tour", and have the link go to our Tour event, where they can choose the session to register for. We can't do it because each of those tours has to be its own event in WA, even though everything about them is identical except for the date, so the url is different.

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    Brian commented  · 

    A thousand times yes. There should be an option in WildApricot to automatically create a Facebook event when a new event in WildApricot is created.

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