The iPhone and iPad allow you to subscribe to any calendar that provides a compatible URL. All you need is the link for the subscription, and you're good to go! Please follow the steps below to retrieve your ISN iCal Feed URL Link and how to sync your iPhone or iPad to your ISN Calendar.

Your ISN iCal Feed Link

You'll first need to get the Feed URL before syncing your ISN Calendar  to your iPhone or iPad. Log in to your ISN(ISN Mobile or ISN website in a browser) on the device you want to sync.

Note: If you are in your ISN Mobile App you will need to get to the Calendar  from the desktop version, so scroll to the bottom of the screen and click Desktop Version.

Where To Get Your ISN iCal Feed Link

Navigate to Calendar-- My iCal Feed. Copy the link designated as the "Feed URL:" and proceed to Settings on your iPhone and or iPad. 

Adding your ISN iCal Feed URL to your iPhone and or iPad

Now that you are in Settings on your iPhone and or iPad, depending on the current  iOS version running on your device(s), you'll either tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars or just Passwords and Accounts.
Under the 'Mail' or 'Accounts' section, tap on Add Account. On this next screen, you'll click on Other, usually found at the very bottom of the Add Account's list of choices.

Here, you will see a series of options, navigate to Add Subscribed Calendar, and this next screen  is where you will enter your iCal Feed URL link.

Next, paste the iCal Feed URL that you copied into the Server text field, and click Next.

Here you'll paste the iCal Feed URL that you copied from your ISN and click Save.

Congrats! You've just successfully linked your ISN Calendar to your iPhone and or iPad!

Removing ISN Calendar from your iPhone or iPad

Now that you've  synced your ISN Calendar to your iPhone and or iPad, here are the  steps to remove your ISN Calendar from either of these devices. 

On your iPhone and or iPad, navigate to Settings-- Mail, Contacts, Calendars or Passwords and Accounts(Again, keep in mind that the verbiage on your iOS device may differ according to the current iOS version running on you device(s)).

 Click on the account that indicates your synced ISN Calendar, which will also show "Subscribed Calendar". On the following screen you'll need to click the Subscribed Calendar you are removing and then simply click "Delete Account", and click Delete Account again when the final prompt appears.

Way to go! You've just removed your synced ISN Calendar from your iPhone and or iPad! 

Adding your ISN iCal Feed URL to your Mac Calendar

From your Mac desktop, you'll want to follow the same steps on retrieving the iCal URL feed link from your ISN via Calendar--iCal -- copy the link and proceed to your Mac Calendar: In the Calendar app, select File -- New Calendar Subscription.

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Next, paste the calendar’s web address that you copied from ISN, then click Subscribe.
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Create a name for the calendar in the Name field, then click the adjacent pop-up menu and choose a color.
Click the Location pop-up menu, then select an account for the subscription.If you choose your iCloud account, the calendar will be available on all your computers and devices that are set up with iCloud. If you select, On My Mac, the calendar will be saved on your computer.

Special Note: In order to receive the calendar’s event attachments or alerts, you will want to deselect the appropriate Remove checkboxes. If you see the calendar appear in the list off to the left but the events are not showing, then you'll want to ensure that the aforementioned "Remove" checkboxes were deselected.

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Unsubscribe from a calendar

To unsubscribe from a calendar on your Mac, you'll want to go to the Calendar app, Control-click the calendar in the calendar list, then select Unsubscribe. If the calendar list doesn't appear on the left side,  then choose View -- Show Calendar List.

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If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call at (800) 700-8112, or you can email us at help@inspectionsupport.net or open a chat in the upper right corner of your ISN!

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