Create a Custom Link for Your Read-Only Teamup Calendar

When you create an event calendar that you want to share, you may want to have a custom link that is simple and easily memorizable. With a memorable link, it’s easier for your team, your community, or the public to remember how to access the calendar.

While Teamup current does not allow custom link names, you can use a free service such as Bitly to create a custom link. Important: to keep your calendar secure, only do this for a read-only Teamup calendar link.

Here are the steps:

  • Create a read-only link for your Teamup calendar.
  • Create a free account with Bitly.
  • Copy and paste the read-only link into the bit.ly service.
bitly normal shortened custom link for Teamup calendar
The gray text is the original Teamup read-only link; the orange text is the bit.ly shortened link.
  • Customize the “back-half” of the link with a word or phrase that is memorable. In the example below, the random shortened link created by Bitly is replaced with bsa-seattle:
bitly custom link for accessing a read-only Teamup calendar
A shortened, custom link that’s easy to remember.
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