I have shared a calendar in NC 11 and opened the CalDAV public links. However, I didn’t find a way to import such links in e.g. OSX calendar. There are just the options to import an ICS calendar link or a CalDAV calendar with username and password.
Also in Google Calendar I couldn’t import the CalDAV link provided on the public calendar site of Nextcloud.
Is also the ICS format available? Where can I find this link (I don’t want to download it, this works fine, I wan the ics Link for the public calendar)? Or how can I use the CalDAV link without username and password?
I have found a solution for this. You have to put ?export to the end of the WebdDAV link like here:
This link can be imported to Google calendar and OSX calendar. The provided link in the interface doesn’t work!
I write mainly to improve the relevance of this message because it can be very useful to other people.
Indeed, this to work perfectly for me (NextCloud 11.0.4)
you could open an issue on github and so it would be taken care of ‘automatically’ --> https://github.com/nextcloud/calendar/issues?q=is%3Aopen+is%3Aissue
Thanks for this! For a private calendar, I removed the trailing “/”, and added the “?export”, and it worked, too.
If you right click -> copy link on
export in the right upper corner you get a working link.
This worked for me too! Strange there is no way to generate a link in this format automatically. My generated calender link had /calendars rather than /public-calenders, despite the calendar being set to public.
I had to bastardise my generated link using the format you gave, to get the calendar to successfully integrate with my partners google calendar. Thanks very muchy for the solution.
I am searching for the right way to get an URL.
in your Link is a value “AD7AAHA17NA11AEA” which seems to be a token.
Where do I find this value for my install?
That is the
publicuri of the according dav-share.
You can find it in the table
[PREFIX]_dav_shares of the database.