You can subscribe to your schedule using your favorite calendar app (Google, Apple, Outlook) and have tasks delivered to you automatically.
A new calendar will be created and tasks will appear as all-day events unless a specific time is selected. Task names will appear in the event title and task notes will appear in the event description.
You can access your unique subscription link from the My Info popup (you'll need to have tasks scheduled for the link to appear).
Click the Subscribe to my schedule (iCal) link and copy the URL to your clipboard. The URL will look something like this:
Open your iCal supported calendar and paste the URL where requested. The default calendar name will appear as Float Schedule.
- Tasks are uploaded up to three months old when first subscribing. If a task start date is more than three months old, it will not appear in the calendar.
- Google and Outlook calendars typically refresh their feed within 24 hours, and Apple allows you to set the refresh rate when subscribing.
- Tasks cannot be edited by the calendar app. All changes must be made via Float.
- iCal currently ignores Float non-work days (e.g., weekends and holidays). If a single task runs from Friday to Monday, and the default non-work days are Saturday and Sunday, the task will pass through the weekend.