Campus events calendar - new release coming on 7/26

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Information Technology Services, in partnership with Communication & Marketing and Conferences & Events, pleased to announce that we will be launching a redesigned campus events calendar on Friday, July 26, 2019.

The Web Services team has partnering with calendar service Trumba to improve the ease-of-use and personalization of the campus events calendar experience for students, faculty, staff and the CSUCI community.  Highlights of this new release include:

  • Ability to receive email and SMS/text reminders about calendar events
  • Ability to subscribe to calendars and add them to your personal calendar
  • Table, list and month views for the calendar
  • Sign in and save events of interest using your CSUCI student or employee email account. 
To access a preview of the upcoming release, please visit: https://www.csuci.edu/events/. You can also review the list of new calendar features.

We encourage you to share your impressions or to let us know about any bugs that you find, please use the Events Calendar feedback form. We’re always looking for ideas for how to make the events calendar better.

Please contact the Solution Center at 805-437-8552 with any questions about these forthcoming changes. 

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