As of version 2.0, GravityCalendar now supports four different shortcodes. Each shortcode requires the
id parameter to work.
This shortcode allows you to embed a calendar on your website.
This shortcode will display a subscription link, allowing users to subscribe to your calendar feed using Google Calendar or Apple Calendar. The feed will update in real-time, ensuring events are always up-to-date. Requires GravityCalendar 2.0 or later.
This shortcode will display a button that allows users to copy your calendar feed URL to their clipboard. The calendar feed URL is a live-updating link that displays information about your calendar events in real time. Requires GravityCalendar 2.0 or later.
This shortcode will display a button that allows users to export an event configuration file (
.ics file) that they can import into any calendar application. Requires GravityCalendar 2.0 or later.
Note: If you're unsure what the difference is between subscribing to a calendar feed and importing events from a
.ics file, read this article.
How to Find the ID of Your Calendar Feed
To find your calendar feed ID, go to the Forms page in Gravity Forms. Next, hover over your form and click on the Calendar Feeds link. Now, click on the GravityCalendar tab on the left to see a list of your calendar feeds for that form. In the Shortcode column, you'll see the
[gravitycalendar] shortcode with the
id parameter prefilled.