Synchronize Showing Schedules with Third-Party Calendars

ShowMojo integrates with Google Calendar, Outlook 365, iCloud, Fastmail or any iCal-enabled calendaring system.

Locate the Calendar Integration Setting

For single user accounts or the Account Owner on multi-user accounts, these settings can be reviewed and configured on the Schedule Settings page in the Calendar Integration section.

In multi-user accounts, each showing agent and administrator has their own calendar integration for only their calendars and showings. The settings can be found on the My Settings page in the Calendar Integration section.

For iCloud and Fastmail users:

  1. In the Calendar Integration section, click Connect CalDAV Calendar button.
  2. You will be then routed to the Third Party Calendar Connect page.
  3. Fill out the required fields and click Connect.

Try the CalDAV integration on your calendar or email app of choice. CalDAV protocol isn’t always perfectly supported across every app. If your app isn’t fully supported, we encourage you to Submit a Feature Request.

Feature Overview

ShowMojo can automatically publish the showing schedules of a full account or any showing agent (on a Multi-User account) via Google Calendar, Outlook 365, iCloud, Fastmail or any system that takes a .ics calendar feed.

Additionally, for Google Calendar, Outlook 365, iCloud and Fastmail the following features are available:

  • Choose the specific calendar on which showings are displayed.
  • Avoid busy times on your connected calendaring account.
  • Choose the exact calendars ShowMojo will and will not reference to avoid busy times.
  • Set busy time buffers before and after appointments.

For Google Calendar, showings up to two weeks in advance can be displayed on your calendar. Similarly, up to two weeks of busy time from your Google Calendar can be taken into account. For Outlook 365 calendars, 30 days worth of busy time can be taken into account.

ShowMojo does not support native calendar integration with Microsoft Exchange, but it is possible to configure Microsoft Outlook applications to pull the .ics calendar feed.

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