The Apple Calendar application , the great forgotten iOS ... There are very few iPhone and / or iPad users who regularly use the native Calendar app to organize their events, update their calendar and plan their daily tasks.
One of the reasons why iOS users do not use Calendar is because we do not know all their functions well, and we chose to download third-party applications in the App Store.
But with this Guide to iOS Calendar we will unveil everything you need to know to get the most out of the application when it comes to planning your agenda.
How to sync Calendar content with iCloud
1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
2. Click on the iCloud section.
3. Activate the "Calendars" option.
How to Customize Calendar Colors
1. Open the Calendar app for iOS.
2. Tap on the text "Calendars" at the bottom.
3. Tap the information button with a circular shape.
4. Select the color you want for that event.
How to create an event in the Calendar application
1. Access the native Apple Calendar application on your iPhone or iPad.
2. Click on the "+" button in the upper right corner.
3. Enter a title, location, date and notice if necessary.
4. If it is an event that is repeated throughout the week, or the month, tap on the "Repeat" option.
5. In addition, you can add a URL and personal annotations.
6. Finally, click on the "Add" button at the top right to save the entry to the events in your Calendar.
How to create an event in Calendar with Siri
1. Press and hold the Home button or say "Hey Siri" to activate the iOS Voice Assistant on your iPhone or iPad.
2. Ask her something like: "Schedule a date with Sara on my calendar."
3. Siri will ask you the date and time, respond by providing all the necessary information. For example: Thursday, January 26, 2017, at 8:30 in the afternoon.
4. Finally, Siri will ask you to confirm the event and ... Ready!
What do you think about iOS Calendar app for iPhone and iPad? Do you use it regularly? Otherwise, what applications from the App Store you use to create your events and plan your personal agenda?
Source | IMore