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As far as I know I don't know if it is possible or not yet for iCal as I would have to do some further researching of this. I think you are probably referring to iPhone Calendar maybe? Please confirm
However, I do know and can confirm that it's possible to embed or link your Google Calendar if you wanted to go that route which will work instead. You just need 2 things - One the " Text Field " so you can add a link or embed it with html. And Two you would need either the GC Link or Embed Code.
If you meant to place these elsewhere or something else then please elaborate more.
I found a free and awesome 3rd-party widget that has the add to calendar functionality - the AddToCalendar. AddToCalendar is used for event page on website and email. You can create event button on page and allow guests to add this event to calendar. You can also generate static link to this event for the email newsletters, docs and blogs. AddToCalendar supports:
- Outlook (.ics)
- Google Calendar
- Apple (.ics)
- allow users to save event from booking / appointment / class registration
- include add events in newsletters or email
1.) go to addtocalendar.com > scroll to the bottom and
2.) click the Just fill in the form button to enter your event details (fig. 1).
3.) click the Update then Copy button once you're done
4.) paste the copied code snippet in your AutoResponder
You can then try the submitting an entry to test the AddToCalendar widget once you get your email autoresponder.
* If you click iCalendar or Outlook, an .ics file will be downloaded (desktop).
A screencast is provided at the bottom.
You can try a working demo I did here.
Note: use an email address you can access. Otherwise, you won't be able to test the AddToCalendar widget inside the AutoResponder.
Hope this helps.
- Randy, fellow JotForm user.
JotForm just announced the release of their newest feature - AutoResponder attachments.
With this, you can opt to attach .ics files created either in Apple Mail or Outlook. Gmail currently displays the ics file and gives the option to save the event to your calendar.
Thanks for sharing this, Randy. Surely a fellow user would find this post helpful at some point. :)