The following general information is provided as a courtesy to Wildcat Swim Club members. Consult your device manufacturer's user's guide for specific instructions for subscribing to a calendar. The Wildcat Swim Club offers no warranty as to the accuracy of the following information.
The following steps describe the process for subscribing to ONE calendar on your local device. You can only subscribe to one calendar at a time, but you can subscribe to as many calendars as you want. Repeat these steps for EACH Calendar to which you want to Subscribe.
In the list below, locate the Calendar to which you want to Subscribe and copy the Calendar link (URL), then proceed to Step 2.
Identify your device type and use the corresponding steps below to Subscribe to a Calendar on your device operating system. If your system is not listed here or the steps do not work for you on your device, then follow your device manufacturer's instructions for subscribing to a calendar on your device. Feels like we should say device again. Device. Device.
We've tried to include the most common calendar options. If your calendar service isn't listed here, then consult your device manufacturer's instructions or your calendar software manufacturer's instructions for subscribing to a calendar. Click one of the logos at the bottom of the page to use as a starting point.
Double check that the subscription process was correctly completed and that your device is subscribed.
If you successfully subscribed to a calendar, then the calendar will display in your calendar app. Check to see that the subscribed calendar is included and that calendar events are populated. If they are, then pat yourself on the back for a job well done.
When you Subscribe to a Calendar, you are creating a connection between the source calendar and your local calendar. Updates are pushed (shared from the source calendar to your local calendar) at regularly scheduled intervals as defined on your local device.
Chances are, you'll never even come close to exceeding the number of calendars that you can simultaneously subscribe to on your device. If you're the curious sort, then you can consult your device manufacturer's software specifications to find out the actual limit (if there is one). For swimming purposes, you'll be fine.
There are countless operating systems, devices, and settings that cannot possibly be accounted for on this awesome website. If you have additional questions beyond the information provided here, then consult your device manufacturer's website for information or contact your device manufacturer directly for assistance. Click one of the logos at the bottom of the page to use as a starting point.
Follow your device manufacturer's instructions for unsubscribing from a calendar on your device. Click your device logo (bottom of page) for a link to a potentially useful starting point.
Now is a really good time to panic! Before you do though, try these quick checks:
Subscribed calendars are read-only. You can't edit calendars that you are subscribed to, such as WSC calendars.