Here you can generate iCalendar files by filling out the form below. Simply add in the details of the calendar entry you want, and click 'Generate'. An iCalendar file will then be generated that can be used to add entries to your digital calendar (e.g. on your phone).
I've actually been using this on my site for a while now to generate the calendar entries on my
page, but thought it might be handy to create a more generally accessible interface to it.
Note that all timezones are UTC, since this is all that Outlook will apparently accept. Sorry about this; it means you have to do the time conversion manually. Urgh. Your timezone is apparenty
You may be asked to share your location data. This is just for convenience to fill out the location field.
(e.g. "21/5/2011" or "Next Wednesday").
(number of periods between events).
(number of times event occurs).
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