• You can keep track of events by syncing them with your personal calendar or RSS feed. There are two types of calendars you can export: your personal calendar or a group's calendar. Your personal calendar includes all of the events of groups you're a member of and a group's calendar will only include that group's events.

    Exporting a personal calendar

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    1. From the Meetup homepage, select the Calendar tab to the right side of the black search bar. Your calendar will appear below.
    2. Select the Export to button below the calendar and select your preferred personal calendar from the drop-down menu.

    Exporting a group calendar

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    1. From a group's homepage, select the Events tab, then the Calendar button.
    2. The export options will appear below the calendar. You can choose to subscribe to a feed of all of the group's events or all of the RSVPs for the group's events.
    Exporting a group or personal event calendar
  • You may notice a ‘meetup.ics’ file attached to announcement or reminder emails that you receive about upcoming events. These are specially formatted calendar attachments that we send to make it easier to keep track of your events.

    The attachment automatically gives you the option to add the event to your personal calendar program, such as Google Calendar or iCal. Keep in mind that once an event is added to your personal calendar using a .ics attachment, you won’t be able to view any changes made to that event, such as an updated time or cancellation. Those updates will only appear on the event page itself.

    If you’d prefer not to receive these attachments, you have the ability to disable them.

    Desktop & Mobile Web

    1. Click on your circular profile icon.
    2. Select Settings.
    3. Select Email Updates.
    4. Untick the box beside iCal Attachments.

    Android & iOS App

    1. From the Home tab, tap your circular Profile icon in the upper right-hand corner.
    2. Tap on the ... Three dots icon on Android or the Gear icon on iOS in the upper right-hand corner.
    3. Select Manage notifications.
    4. Select Email Updates.
    5. Untick the box beside iCal Attachments on Android, or move the toggle to grey on iOS.
    Disabling .ics calendar attachments
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