How to Share Calendar Events From iPhone or iPad

Did you know that you can share your iPhone or iPad calendar events with your friends? Here, in this trivial tip, we have shown how easy it is. Read on...

If you use an iPhone, you probably use the built-in calendar app too. And if you do, you might want to know how you can share calendar events that you create with your family and friends.

The ability to share calendar events is one of the coolest things on an iPhone (or any smartphone for that matter). But of course, as with all things, it’s not really one-stop to sharing calendar events unless you’ve configured your calendar to be shared.

To be able to share calendar events, you first need to make sure you sync your calendar over iCloud. Without iCloud sync, you cannot share events to others

So here’s how to enable iCloud for Calendars:

Step #1. Go to Settings → Tap on Your Profile.

Open Settings then Tap on Your Profile on iPhone or iPad

Step #2. Tap on iCloud → Switch on the switch next to Calendar.

Enable Calendars in iCloud on iPhone or iPad

Depending on the data in your calendar and the network speed, it might take a while to sync.

Suppose you have this enabled already, you can proceed to this:

How to Share Calendar Events From Your iPhone or iPad

Step #1. Open the Calendar app → Tap on the day when the event has been scheduled → Tap on the Event.

Tap on the Day then Event in iPhone Calendar

Step #2. Tap on Edit then tap on Invitees.

Tap on Edit then Invitees in Calendar Event on iPhone or iPadStep #3. Enter the email address of recipients and tap on done. If you wish to invite more people, tap on Add Invitees.

Share Calendar Events From iPhone or iPad

Now when you send a calendar invite to someone (ostensibly, this should be an email used as an Apple ID), they will get the notification in their Calendar app. By default, when they accept the invitation, the event gets added to their Calendar app.

In fact, you can use this method to invite as many people as you want to the event via your iPhone/iPad. Alerts for the events, however, are set according to the recipients’ settings.

That’s all for now, mate!

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