With TimeGnosis Personal TimeScopes, you can import your Daily, Monthly, and Yearly Personal Intentions and integrate them directly into Microsoft Outlook, Apple's iCal, or Google Calendar, as well as many other time management applications. You can even take your intentions with you on supported mobile devices such as PDAs, smartphones, iPods, Pocket PCs, PSPs, and more!
How It Works
To achieve this integration, TimeGnosis utilyzes the iCalendar data exchange standard. iCalendar provides a method of sharing meeting requests and tasks over the web and through emails. Its files have a ".ics" file exstension. To find out more about iCalendar, check out this article from Wikipedia.
To import the Personal Daily Intentions directly into Microsoft Outlook, Apple iCal, or Google Calendar, follow these simple steps.
Note: These instructions have been tested to work using the Firefox Browser if followed as provided. Due to the many system complexities and calendar versions, TimeGnosis support is unable to answer requests for help with importing the MyCalendar.ics file into calendar management applications, use questions, or other support requests beyond these instuctions. Please see your program's documentation on importing the iCalendar format or contact your system's administrator. Palm and other PDA users, please first use Microsoft Outlook or your current calendar management application to import your calendar into your device (you will need to verify beforehand if your calendar management application supports this).