Get the New Android App!

Great news for Android phone and tablet users:  We have just released the first version of Teamup Android App.  You can now download it on Google Play Store!

Add Calendar Link

The first thing you need to do is to connect your app to the Teamup Calendar you have been using or you need to create a new one at www.teamup.com.  Once you open the app, enter your calendar link or key which looks like this:

Calendar Link:  https://teamup.com/ks09175eafc7c69bf8
Calendar key: ks09175eafc7c69bf8

If you don’t have one to hand, click on the example for a quick look around.

Synchronization & Offline Access

The Android app will automatically synchronize with the Teamup server as long as it is connected to the Internet.  When it is offline, you can access the last synchronized version of your calendar.  Any new or edited events while you are offline will be saved on your device locally and automatically synchronized with the server once you are re-connected to the Internet.

Dashboard for Calendar Links

Another noteworthy feature of the Android app (same for the iOS app) is the dashboard for calendar links.  If you are using more than one Teamup Calendar or accessing multiple calendar links, it is convenient to add them all to the dashboard for quick access.

Limitations of the First Version

However, only the List view is available on this version of the App.  Additional views will be added at a later time.  If you are a calendar administrator and need to access the Settings area, please use the Web version of your calendar.

Continue to read how to use Teamup’s Android app.

 

 

Getting Around Teamup App for iOS

Download Teamup app for iPhoneThe long-awaited Teamup mobile app for iOS is now available in the App Store for download.  While it is the same Teamup Calendar you use on your desktop computer, the iOS version has a number of unique touch points that can be used to your advantage.  We will share two tips here that may help you get around the App quickly and make the best use of it: Offline access to Teamup and why you should refresh often.

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