What is a calendar link?

A calendar link is a custom URL that is used to access as Teamup calendar. A calendar administrator would access the Teamup calendar using an administrator link, which provides access to all the calendar settings. All non-admin users, both individuals and groups, use a custom calendar link to access their Teamup calendar.

Update a calendar link easily to include a new sub-calendar.
You can set a different permission for each sub-calendar included in a custom calendar link.

Calendar links prevent the need for user registration or logins.

Calendar links are created by the calendar administrator. Each calendar link can include all sub-calendars or selected sub-calendars. For example, a master calendar might have 50 sub-calendars. But a calendar link might only include 5 of those sub-calendars. Permissions are set for each sub-calendar included, to control how much access and ability a user has. For example, a read-only permission allows a user to view what’s on a sub-calendar, but not to modify or add anything.

Calendar links can be deactivated, modified, or deleted by the calendar administrator at any time. Calendar administrators can see all calendar links for their calendar by going to Settings > Sharing.

Learn more:

Go back to the Glossary

What are iCalendar feeds?

Using iCalendar feeds, you can view other calendars in your Teamup Calendar (inbound) or view Teamup in other calendar services (outbound).
Annie Mueller
2 min read

What’s the difference between “exit” and “logout”?

Exit and Logout are similar terms which to different parts of your Teamup experience. Exit removes you from a calendar; Logout removes you from your...
Annie Mueller
36 sec read

What are event reminders?

Event reminders are notifications sent by email to remind you of an upcoming event. Event reminders are available only to users logged in with a...
Annie Mueller
36 sec read