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How to use travel times with Calendar for iPhone and iPad

Have a lot of appointments and meetings to juggle? Would it make your life a little easier to be able to easily see how long it will take you to get from one place to another? Apple's Calendar can use location information to figure out just that, and best of all, it's easy!

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How to use Chinese, Hebrew, and Islamic calendars on iPhone and iPad

The Calendar app on the iPhone and iPad supports alternate calendars, including Chinese, Hebrew, and Islamic. By default, in America, it's set to U.S. format. However, you can easily change it to any of the other formats. Here's how!

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How to use notes and links in Calendar for iPhone and iPad

The Calendar app on your iPhone and iPad not only lets you create and view events and appointments, but it lets you store all sorts of other important details as well. From conference call dial-in numbers to Google Hangout URLs, the link and notes field in the Calendar app can come in very handy!

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How to hide calendars in the Calendar app for iPhone and iPad

Some calendars are a necessary evil, even if we don't necessarily want them cluttering up our Calendar app. Perfect examples of these are shared work calendars that contain lots of pertinent information, but you may not need to see that information all day, every day. That's where hiding calendars comes in handy: You can tuck away calendars you don't need often and quickly toggle them back on when you do. Here's how!

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How to enable week numbers in Calendar for iPhone and iPad

The built-in Calendar app on your iPhone and iPad has a few extra add-on features that you can enable if you choose. Week numbers is one of them and lets you easily view what week number of the year it currently is and what week any date falls on, which is much easier than counting weeks manually!

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What would you change about Apple's Calendar app?

Calendar was one of the original apps on the original iPhone. It started off simply but over the years it added Exchange support, landscape mode, a week view, a year view on iPad, the ability to touch and drag events around, and more. Apple renamed iCal on the Mac to Calendar to match the iPhone and iPad. And, after an era of heavy design, Calendar also got a clean, crisp makeover as part of the overall iOS redesign last year.

That's what Calendar is, but we want to know what you'd like it to be?

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How to add the NFL schedule to your iPhone and iPad calendar

The NFL season is back in full swing and despite the myriad of applications available in the App Store to keep up with what's going on, one of the easiest ways to keep track of your teams schedule is to add it to your iPhone or iPad calendar. Fortunately it's a pretty easy process and here's everything you need to know.

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Family Sharing on iOS 8: Explained

iPhones, iPod touches, iPads everywhere — everyone in the family has devices and uses them for everything. One of iOS 8's key improvements is more convenient family sharing. This is what it is and how it works.

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How to subscribe to calendars on your iPhone or iPad

Calendar subscriptions let you stay up to date on everything from your team schedule to national holidays to network programming. The iPhone and iPad let you subscribe to any calendar that provides a compatible URL. As long as you have the link for the subscription, you're good to go.

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Sunrise calendar adds dates from Evernote, Tripit, and more

The highly polished calendar app Sunrise has been updated to include plug-ins from a bunch of outside web services. At launch, Foursquare was a nice addition, but now Evernote reminders can show up in Sunrise, as well as Tripit information for your next flight, and more niche services like Songkick to see when and where local concerts are happening, and deadline syncing for GitHub and Asana.

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