To connect a calendar to your Apollo Apps application, go to Builder > Sections, click on the + sign button at the bottom of the right column to add a new section, then click on the source of your choice.

You can choose between 7 types of services to display your events:
- Facebook Events
- Songkick
- Google Calendar
- iCal/vCal
- WMaker
- Gigatools
- Custom

1. Connect the calendar of a Facebook page

To connect the agenda of your Facebook page to your Apollo Apps application, simply fill in the name of the section, then the username of your page.

If you are a Facebook user, you probably know it: it is in the URL of your profile.

For example, the username of the Apollo Apps page is in its URL:
http://www.facebook.com/apolloapps.

2. Connect a calendar with Songkick

To connect a calendar with Songkick, fill in the section name, then paste your URL feed in the field settings.

3. Connect a Google Calendar

Connecting your Google Calendar to your Apollo Apps application is easy.

Start by filling in the section name, then simply click the the button Request an access to the service; you will be redirected to the website Google to allow Apollo Apps access to your content. Confirm authorization to return to your back office and complete the procedure. You must then specify amongst the various options which calendar you want to display in the application.

Beware: Google doesn't allow to display several calendars on the same page, if you add a tab "All categories" to your section Google calendar, it will show an empty page. If you have many calendars, display your calendars one by one using the filters.

4. Connect a calendar of a Wmaker site

To connect the calendar of your WMaker site to your Apollo Apps application, fill in:

  • Section name¬†

- URL of your WMaker site
- Login: Your Account ID
- Password: your password

5. Connect a iCal/vCal feed

To connect an iCal/vCal feed, fill in the section name, then paste your URL feed in the field settings.

6. Connect a calendar with Gigatools

In the Settings field, choose in the dropdown menu the source of your calendar between Twitter, SoundCloud and MixCloud.

Then, fill in the name of the section and the username of the page you connected. 

7. Connect a custom feed

To connect a Custom feed, fill in the section name, then paste your custom URL feed in the field settings.
Make sure your custom feed respects the specifications of the Content API.

Warning: we don't display past or recurrent events, this applies to all sources.

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