Start sharing your calendar by adding users and subscribers. BOTH users and subscribers can receive event Reminders, Announcements & Email to List Newsletters as well as RSVP to events.
Here’s how Users and Subscribers are different…
- Have a password to calendar
- Add & edit events in all or part of calendar
- Login to view private events
- Login to view event private notes
- Belong to your email list
- Signup for email list by website form
- View public events on calendar
- Receive event emails for public events by default*
|Note: each calendar includes an unlimited number of visitors to your public calendar.|
Users & Subscribers
Add users or subscribers by clicking the [Invite User] or [Add Subscriber] buttons. You can convert a subscriber to a user or user to a subscriber, if you ever need to.
Levels of user permission:
Owner – the calendar administrator who created the calendar. Owners can add/edit events in all categories and edit all calendar options located in the Admin Menu. The owner cannot be deleted but can be edited.
Administrator – User that can add / edit events in all categories plus edit all calendar options located in the Admin Menu. Administrators may add users and categories to the calendar.
Category Manager – User that can add and edit events for one or more assigned categories. Managers cannot access the admin menu.
Self-Book – Special user that may add & edit only their own events and not another user’s events. Must turn on “D. Self Booking” setting in specified categories.
Subscriber – May view public events only and cannot login to the calendar. Subscribers may receive event emails, newsletters, as well as RSVP to events.*
- Subscribers may receive event emails for public events only, by default. A calendar administrator can override this with setting:
Admin Menu > options > advanced tab > check “Allow private event emails to any user or subscriber.”
- Subscriber & User “status” indicates the following
OK – subscriber or user is in good standing and will receive your calendar emails, reminders, and invites.
Pending – subscriber signed up via subscriber form and needs to click “Yes” in the “Confirm Subscription” email we sent. Pending user still needs to create their password.
Opt-out – subscriber has unsubscribed from your calendar emails.
Locked – you’ve exceeded your purchased # of subscribers and those above your limit are locked and will not receive emails. Upgrade to unlock subscribers.
Bounced – double check this email to make sure it’s correct. An email you sent to this person bounced. Edit user or subscriber to get more info.
Create email groups to quickly select users or subscribers when sending event emails or email to list newsletters.
Examples of Email Groups you might create include:
Community: creates a “Newsletter” email group so can community members can “sign up” to receive newsletters.
Business: creates groups for each department such as sales, marketing, finance.
Education: creates groups for teachers, administrators, parents or PTA.
Sports: creates groups for each team, coaches, officials. booster club.
Church: creates groups for committee members, parishioners, and clergy.
|Tip: Subscribers that sign up via your calendar “Signup Form” can be automatically assigned to an email group. People may belong to more than one group.|
Import a list of Email Subscribers or Users via .csv file. Import users and subscribers separately. Click for instructions on importing subscribers or users.
Your import file must contain column headings in the first row. First Name, Last Name, and Email are required fields for import.
Allowed Column Headings
State or Province
Zip or Postal Code
Group (One email group per user allowed on import)
|Tip: After importing, you can edit a user or subscribers record at any time. Go to Admin Menu > Users & Subscribers tab|
Use the Signup Form to build your email list. No coding required. You can add this form to your calendar in seconds. Or, add the form to your website with snippet of code.
|Tip: Display the Signup Button on your calendar’s menu bar in a couple seconds. Simply check “Show Signup Button In Calendar Menu Bar” and Save. Customize colors and styles to match your brand by using the color picker tool.|
Add a [Join Our Email List] button to any website. Customize button styles and colors, then copy and paste code. Bring your calendar and your email list together!
If you have any questions at all, email us at email@example.com