Context up all of your calendar accounts and syncing them to your iPhone or iPad is relatively simple with Apple products. All you need to do to get started is head over to the Calendar app, as Apple will immediately provide you with an iCloud calendar when you create an Apple ID. While using Apple’s Calendar software on an iPhone or iPad is pretty straightforward, it still takes some getting used to once you get started. To stay on top of your daily tasks, you can add multiple calendars, share events, set alarms, and much more. We have mentioned below the steps to start using calendar app on iPhone, iPad.

Steps to Start Using Calendar App on iPhone, iPad

To define Up Multiple calendars in the calendar app

You can track a variety of events using multiple calendars. You can set up separate calendars for social activities and business meetings, then change the colors to make it clear who each event is related to. Next how to make multiple calendars: Step 1: Touch calendars and select add calendar at the bottom. Step 2: To choose add calendar to create a calendar on your iCloud account. This means you can view this calendar on all devices linked to your iCloud. Step 3: select Add subscription calendar to add an external read-only calendar by entering its URL.

Select which calendars you can see

Step 1: Touch calendars🇧🇷 Step 2: A colored tick next to a calendar indicates that a calendar is displayed. Tap the marking icon to make the tick disappear, hide the calendar and vice versa. Step 3: If all calendars in the app have a checkmark next to them, you’ll see hide everything at the bottom to hide all calendars at once. If one or more calendars are hidden, you’ll see Show all rather than.

Change calendar colors

Step 1: Open the Calendar app and tap calendars or the calendar icon to show your list. Then do the following to edit the colors. Step 2: tap on information icon (lowercase “i”) to the right of the calendar name. Step 3: Choose a color from the list. This places a check mark next to the one you choose. Step 4: Touch Done and on the next screen tap on Done again.

Remove, create and edit an event

Step 1: Tap the plus (+) sign at the top of the app. Step 2: Enter all the necessary details for an event, such as title, location and time. Step 3: Press Add🇧🇷

Add events with Siri

Step 1: Make sure Siri is enabled on your iPhone or iPad before you start accessing Settings > Siri🇧🇷 Step 2: To say “Hello Siri” to activate Siri and give your command. Step 3: An example of what you might say would be “Schedule a party at Sarah’s house next week at 8pm.” Siri creates an event based on the details you provide. Step 4: say or press confirm to add the event to your calendar.

Final Words

We hope you enjoy our article on how to Get started with calendar app on iPhone, iPad. You can set up your personal, family or work calendar if you use a different service using the Settings app. Normally, you will only need your email address and password to set up up some of the most popular services like Google Calendar, Microsoft Exchange and Outlook as the calendar account settings guide you through the process.

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