Supported Calendar Accounts on the Invisible Smart Display

Google Calendar

Google Calendars are natively supported. You can directly connect to and sync with a Google account. The configuration is done via the companion app

Outlook Calendar (Microsoft) 

You can use the "publish" feature in outlook to create an iCalendar url for your outlook calendar. With this link, you can then add the Outlook calendar to the Smart Display via the companion app.

Note: The URL or a "public" Outlook calendar is secret and hard to guess, but there may be situations where this isn't as safe as a password-protected link. So you will have to use this option at your own discretion. 

Instructions can be found here

iCloud Calendar (Apple) 

You can "publish" any iCloud calendar to generate an iCalendar url. With this link, you can then add the calendar to the Smart Display via the companion app.

The URL of the ICS link is hard to guess, but there may be situations where this isn't as safe as a password-protected link. 

There is a relatively simple but unofficial way to obtain a more protected ICS link.

You may find the necessary instructions on this external website: https://www.techrepublic.com/article/how-to-find-your-icloud-calendar-url/

 

Hey.com Calendar

You can easily create a sharable .ics link for your hey.com calendar, which you can then copy and paste into the companion app of the Invisible Smart Display. That's it, super simple. 

 

Anything Supporting CalDAV/iCalendar

Smaller digital calendar providers, such as for example Fastmail, typically offer CalDAV / iCalendar subscription urls. These urls often end with the `.ics` file extension. With the companion app, you can easily configure your Invisible E-Paper Smart Display to sync events from such a URL.