Allow SM calendars to be placed onto websites easily
Idea shared by echoDreamz - January 10 at 10:28 PM
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Gmail has a nice feature were you can easily copy/paste HTML to your website to show a calendar, would be great of SM had this capability. We have tons of clients wanting to ditch gmail, but keep it simply because they need the calendar feature. Leagues, bands, school districts etc. that would appreciate this.

We have a quite a few clients who use Wordpress that have plugins that accept a URL-based ICS file, would make their lives easier too if SmarterMail generated an ICS file through a URL.

Christopher

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Great Idea!  +1 here!
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Even though the majority of our users would probably never utilize such a feature there are at least half-dozen I know off-hand that most certainly would. It seems a little crazy to tell those few people that they have to use a GMail/GSuite calendar with their WordPress instead of being able to just use their SmarterMail calendar.

(In the very least it takes away one more reason for a client to use a competitor's product and eventually switching to them instead of staying with SM.)

+1 to this feature suggestion
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Yeah, all the clients asking for this are not pro developers, they barely know how to spell HTML, let alone write an entire integration into the SmarterMail service for their calendar or pay for someone who can. However, copy pasting in some code is super easy, copy pasting a URL into a plugin textbox and pressing save, no problem.

We've lost clients to Gmail because SmarterMail cannot be a full replacement. This would help pull some clients from Gmail into SM if they can do everything directly with SmarterMail.

Christopher

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Wow, great idea! +1 +1 +1!

This would also lessen the load on the server as certain shared resources are mapped to all users just so they can see the planning for that resource. But if we can publish this on a website, most would not need to map the calendars - just take a look at that page when needed.
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sign me up

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