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CalenGoo can be synced with Google Calendar and the iOS calendars. It contains many functions and configuration options so that you can configure it to fit your needs. Some functions are not enabled by default. In the options you can choose which of these functions you would like to use. This page gives you a short overview of the available calendar views and the main features.
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The day view shows the events of the day in a similar way as the Google Calendar website.
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The week view shows the events in a grid of days, either in two columns or in one column.
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The month view shows a whole month. Events over multiple days are displayed as banners.
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The agenda view offers a lot of configuration options to display the events in a list.
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The year view can be scrolled vertically and can show which calendars have events on which days.
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If you turn CalenGoo's task sync on, you can manage your Google tasks in CalenGoo.
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In the edit screen you can modify an event or you can construct a new event by using your templates.
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CalenGoo can be configured using the many options that you can find in the "Settings" menu.


In the following you can get an overview of the most important features:
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Sync with Google Calendar and iOS

CalenGoo can sync with Google Calendar and with the iOS calendar.

CalenGoo can also view and edit the iOS calendars. So you can see your iOS calendars (e.g. your Exchange calendar) and your Google calendars together in the same view. Just turn "Settings", "Display and Use", "General", "Show iPhone/iPad/iPod touch calendars" on. Please see here for details: iOS calendars
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Sync all past events

CalenGoo can sync all past and future events of your Google Calendar by syncing directly with Google.

You can sync CalenGoo directly with multiple Google Calendar accounts in addition to your iOS calendars. Just add them under "Settings", "Accounts" in CalenGoo. When syncing directly you can also assign icons to events.
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Support for Google's event colors

CalenGoo can view and modify the colors of events using Google's event colors. To use this function you have to sync CalenGoo via OAuth2 with Google Calendar.

Google's event colors allow you to assign different colors to your events. Please see here for details: Event colors
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Recurring events

You can create recurring events using the same rules that you can use on the Google Calendar website, e.g. "every second week" or "every Wednesday and Friday".

For an overview which rules CalenGoo supports, please see here: Recurring events
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Reminder options

You can add up to five reminders to an event. Reminders can be snoozed, automatically repeated and there are many options to configure them.

If you are syncing with Google Calendar, you can use SMS, email and pop-up reminders. If you are not syncing with Google Calendar you can only use pop-up reminders. However pop-up reminders have a few advantages, e.g. they also work without mobile-phone reception and you can configure them to repeat the alarm every minute or to snooze the alarm. Please see here: Reminders
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To move an event to a different time or day, you can just tap&hold it and then drag it to its new position. A menu will appear that will allow you to move or copy it.

Please see here for further information: Drag&Drop
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You can use templates to quickly create new events. Templates can be organized in folders and they can even be combined to create a new event from multiple templates.

You can create a template from an event to use it later to create new events from it. Templates can also be limited to certain attributes of the event, e.g. so that they only contain a location or a list of attendees. By adding multiple templates to a new event this way, you can use e.g. the location and the attendees from different templates. Here you can find further information: Templates
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If you sync CalenGoo directly with Google Calendar, you can assign icons to your events.

There are over 100 icons provided (if you download the additional icons) and you can also add your own icons. Please see here for details: Icons
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Floating events

CalenGoo supports "Floating events", a combination of a task and an event.

Floating events are events that have a checkbox to mark them as completed. Completed events are displayed crossed out. But the important thing about floating events is that they cannot move out of sight until they are completed. CalenGoo checks if an uncompleted floating event is in the past (because a new day has started) and moves that event to the current day so that you won't forget it. Here you can read more about it: Floating events
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Shared calendars

You can use shared calendars together with other users using Google Calendar's sharing functions. This way you can e.g. share your calendar with your wife/husband/colleague.

You can have multiple calendars in Google Calendar and CalenGoo for different kinds of events (e.g. "Work", "Home", "Sport"). For each of these calendars you can give others (by entering their email address on the Google Calendar website) read access or even write access. This way these other persons can see your calendar in addition to their own. Because you can configure this for every calendar separately, you can certainly also keep calendars private. Please see here for further details: Shared calendars
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You can add attendees to your events. Google Calendar then sends invitation emails to your attendees allowing them to accept or decline the invitation.

When adding events you can choose email addresses from your contacts. The attendees will get an email with links to accept or decline the invitation. You can see their response in the event's details in CalenGoo. Please see here for details: Edit
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When you tap the location of an event in the detail view you can open that location in Apple Maps or Google Maps (if installed) and also in several navigation apps.

The supported navigation apps are Navigon, Skobbler, Tom Tom, Sygic, iGo and Waze. CalenGoo checks which of them are installed and offers to use them to navigate to the specified location.
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It is also possible to link a contact to an event. This way you can open the contact directly from the event details. It can be useful e.g. if you have a meeting with someone.

Please see here for further details: Scheduling an appointment with a contact
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CalenGoo can display the birthdays of your contacts including their age. When you open a birthday it will directly open the linked contact so that you can call or text that person.

Please see here: Birthdays
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Search function

By tapping the search button you can quickly search all your events.

The search view can be configured to search in titles, descriptions, locations, attendees lists and tasks. It sorts the found events by their date and time.
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PDF/Print function

CalenGoo can print the day, month, agenda and landscape day view into a PDF file that you can print using another app or send by email.

The PDF files are created using the full printing resolution. There are several options to customize the way they look like. You can find further information here: Printing
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Sync with Google Tasks

CalenGoo can sync tasks with Google Tasks so that they are displayed in Google Calendar.

Please see here: Tasks
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Tasks in events

CalenGoo can save tasks in events so that you can e.g. save a shopping list in a party event.

These tasks are saved in the description field of the event. Please see here: Tasks in events
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Sync with iOS Reminders app

CalenGoo can display reminders/tasks of the iOS Reminders app on their due date in its calendar views. You can also create new iOS reminders, edit and delete then.

Please see here: iOS Reminders
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You can attach photos and PDF files to events. These files are synced with Google Drive.

With CalenGoo you can create photos or you can create a PDF file from multiple photos (e.g. to scan a document). These files can then be attached to an event and you can access them from your computer by using Google Drive (but not via the Google Calendar website, only via the Google Drive website). Please see here for further details: Attachments
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Improved date/time editing

To make entering dates and times faster and easier you can choose between the normal iOS date/time wheels or a keypad.

When using the keypad you can tap "skip" to skip entering the date and jump to the time field. The keypad disables keys that cannot be used in that moment, e.g. the first digit of the minutes field can only be 0-5, so 6-9 are disabled.
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Natural language input

You can create events simply by writing (or speaking if your device supports Siri) e.g. "Meeting with John tomorrow at 5pm" into the title of an event.

CalenGoo will parse the parts of the event and tries to find the time, location and calendar in the text. Then you can create an event with these attributes with a single tap. Please see here for further details: Natural Language Input