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Tuesday, 27 March 2018

How to use color codes in the iPhone and iPad calendars

Well, Apple's native application Calendar for iOS is not ideal, but many users use it in their day to day. The truth is that it is an easy to use app thanks to the intuitiveness of its user interface, but maybe it hides some tricks that you may not know ...

It is possible to use color codes in the Calendar app to differentiate work, family, projects, everyday tasks ... That is why in this tutorial we will explain, step by step, how to use the colors of iPhone calendars and of iPad.

The color codes for your projects will allow you to take a quick look at the programming of your day to day and instantly know how much time you are investing in each of your planned events. Are you spending as much time as possible with your family? Do you need more hours for your personal project? This function will help you.

How to create categories with color codes in your iOS Calendar app

Between your work, your hobbies, your tasks, your work and your family, you can create a list of color categories for the Calendar application of your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac. For example, this is the list that I created :

I am currently monitoring four different tasks:


To create a new category for your events with color codes you will only have to follow a couple of steps on your iPhone or on your iPad:

1. Open the iOS Calendar app.

2. Click on the Calendars button at the bottom.

3. Next, click on Add calendar.

4. Choose a name for the category and select a color.
How to assign existing events in a calendar

The next task is to move your events to each of the categories that you have previously created. It is very simple:

1. Press on the desired event.

2. Access the Calendar section.

3. Choose the category you want.

It is a much more organized method to plan your events . This way you can manage your day to day in a much more comfortable, faster and more efficient way. Do you have any doubt? To the comments!

Via | 9to5mac 

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