Create, Add, and Edit Calendars

You can create new calendars or add existing calendars in any Confluence space or your My Calendars page. Existing calendars can be other calendars from your Confluence site, or Google Calendars.

Create a calendar

To create a brand new calendar:

  1. Do either of the following:
    • Create a calendar in a space – Hit Create from template  in the Confluence header, then choose Calendars in the create dialog (choose the right space too, if you're not already there)
    • Create a calendar in My Calendars – Choose Calendars in the Confluence header to go to your My Calendars page, then hit Add Calendar at the top-right of the page
  2. Choose Add New Calendar
  3. Enter a Name for your calendar

    If you're in My Calendars, you'll also need to enter a Related space. The calendar will appear in that space once you've created it.

  4. Choose OK

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Add other calendars

To add other calendars from your Confluence instance, from an ICS file, or from Google calendars, choose the down arrow to the right of Add Calendar, then pick any of the following:

  • Add Existing Calendar – to subscribe to another calendar in your Confluence instance.
  • Import Calendar – to import a .ics file.
  • Subscribe by URL – to subscribe to a Google Calendar using its URL. See Subscribe to Google Calendars from Confluence for more information.

Did you know you can add a calendar to a Confluence page? See Embed Calendars on Confluence Pages.

Edit a Calendar

If you want to change the name of a calendar, hide certain event types, or move the calendar to another space, you can edit the calendar provided you have sufficient permissions. You can also add custom event types and hide default event types to tailor the calendar to your needs.

  1. Choose Calendars in the Confluence header or space sidebar
  2. Choose  to the right of the calendar name, then choose Edit
  3. Change the calendar's name or move it to another space in the General tab, or hide events in the Event Types tab

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