Calendar subscription not working
Hi there. I noticed that my Todoist calendar subscription stopped working. I deleted the calendar and tried to add it again in both iCal and Gcal but still can't get it to work. Any suggestions?
Asked by Unknown on Nov 22, 2011 - 06:30
Unknown on Nov 22, 2011 - 10:12
The calendar stopped updating new tasks. The only tasks showing up were tasks added several days ago, nothing from the last few days. When I try to add the feed in Gcal I get this: Settings Error Could not fetch the url. When I try to add it in iCal I get this: There was an unexpected error with the request on subscribed calendars (error -1).
unfortunately, I can't reproduce this issue in Google Calendar. Please make sure that the copied iCal link from Todoist is complete (paste it into the notepad before you add it to the calendar).
As for the updates, please note that the Google Calendar only updates iCal feeds once in a while. It shouldn't take any longer than every 24h, though.
Also, please make sure that all due dates you've added to your tasks are supported by Todoist and can be found on this list:
If you're not sure if some of the date you've used are correct, please post them here.
Unknown on Nov 23, 2011 - 06:47
I'm not sure what you mean by the due dates being supported. If a due date isn't supported, wouldn't it give an error or default to no due date? How would I check for this?
some due date formats aren't supported, but don't show an "invalid date" error. We are aware of this issue and will fix it in the future.
You can check if a due date is valid by comparing it to the list of supported dates, mentioned above. Only the exact listed formats are supported, any other combinations may cause various issues, for example, not being able to check off a recurring task.
Jim on Nov 27, 2011 - 11:13
If I purchase the premium account, would my ToDoist automatically sync with GCal, or only if I manually export it?
as a Premium member, you will find an URL in your Todoist Preferences -> General Settings, pointing to the unique iCal feed of your account.
You would have to manually copy/paste it into your calendar software (which must support the iCal standard) once and it will be automatically refreshed as often as your calendar software will read the feed, but you would only need to do this once.