You can email regularly updated copies of your Calendar to yourself (or to you and your Share List) using the “Receive agendas via email or text” feature in the “Customize” screen.

In this tab, you can choose when the emails and texts are sent, how often they are sent, where they are sent to, and how much of your Calendar is included in those copies. When we send a message to the mobile phone, it is sent as a text message, and we strip it down to its bare essentials to keep it as short as possible. We can also send text notifications via the free Keep&Share mobile app.

You can also choose to send an email and/or text of your Calendar to yourself and your friends. This tab provides you with the option to send these emails and texts to your Share List as well.

Note: Being able to send agendas via text message is a feature available only to paid Solo and Team accounts. Text notifications via the mobile app are free.

If you currently have a free Basic account, you can try a 15-day free trial of our Solo plan to try out all of our premium features.

You can choose to send your calendar:

  • Daily — Agenda sent on a daily basis.
  • Weekly — Agenda sent once a week depending on the first day of the week for the calendar (Saturday, Sunday, or Monday), 
  • which is set in the “Customize calendar views” tab.
  • Bi-Monthly — Agenda sent on the 1st and 15th of the month
  • Monthly — Agenda sent on the 1st of the month.

In order to receive an email or text agenda, you will need to make sure that you and your agenda recipients have your Communication Settings in your account set up correctly. You will need to make sure that the box is checked under the “Reminders” column. Follow the steps in the image below:

Note: These emailed and texted copies of your Calendar are not live and are only a reflection of the status of your Calendar when the copy was made. You can increase the frequency of these copies to keep the information presented to increase how often the emailed copies are updated.
Note: You can only email copies of your Calendar using this method to yourself or to you and your Share List. If the person you would like to email isn't on your Share List, you can add them to your Share List, or email an offline PDF version of your Calendar.