Personal Calendar Setup (mobile)

What is it?

The Any.do Calendar integration was specifically designed to help you best manage your busy schedule along your daily tasks. Once you set up your calendar, you will be able to view your tasks and events side by side in the Mobile app. For Workspace Members, the calendar events will also show in the My Day view on AndroidiOSWeb and Desktop (Mac\Windows).

Who can access?

  • Both Premium and Free users can take advantage of this feature!
  • Platforms:

How does it work?

  • Any.do’s Calendar View will display your calendar events and to dos side by side.
  • On mobile, you may select your preferred spread for viewing (agenda/ weekly/ 3 days or a single day).
  • On mobile, you can set up the calendar by simply allowing the app to access your device’s calendar permissions.
  • For Workspace Members on desktop, the calendar can be set up directly through the app’s Calendar tab in the My Day view.

To set up your calendar integration

✔️ Android/ iOS

  1. Go to your Calendar View (bottom middle of your screen).
  2. Select “ADD MY CALENDAR”.
  3. Select “Allow” to give Any.do access to your device’s native calendar.
  4. Your device’s native calendar will now appear in your Calendar View.

Workspace Members can view their calendar events on desktop from the My Day view. To learn how to connect and view calendar events on the My day view see the My Day Calendar page. 


To integrate additional calendars

✔️ Android/ iOS

  1. Enter your device’s Settings – Accounts
  2. Add your calendar’s credentials. (If you are using an Outlook calendar, make sure to choose Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync as the type of account you’re setting up)
  3. Ensure this calendar is made visible in your Calendar View.

Outlook users: Make sure to add your account via Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync. OnePlus users or users who do not have this option can add their account via the Gmail app (Settings – Add Account – Exchange and Office 365).

Workspace Members can view their calendar events from the My Day view. To learn how to view additional calendars on the desktop platform please see the My Day Calendar page. 


To select visible calendars

✔️ Android/ iOS

  1. Open the Calendars Menu by clicking on the top left corner of the screen.
  2. Check off whichever calendars you want Any.do’s Calendar View to include. You can change this back at any point in time.

Workspace Members can view their calendar events from the My Day view. To learn how to select visible calendars on the desktop platform please see the My Day Calendar page. 


To set a default calendar for all events

✔️ Android

  1. Go to your app settings.
  2. Tap on “Default Calendar” under “Calendar”.
  3. Select which calendar new events will be automatically assigned to. 

To alter the first day of the week

✔️ Android/ iOS

  1. Enter the settings screen
  2. Toggle “Week starts on” to Saturday/ Sunday/ Monday, per your preference. 

To modify calendars colors

✔️ Android

  1. Open your native calendar app.
  2. Open the calendars menu.
  3. Under settings, choose ‘manage calendar colors’ and select your preferences.

Note: Depending on device type, settings may vary. 

✔️ iOS

  1. Open your native calendar app.
  2. Open the calendars menu.
  3. Tap the ‘i’ icon next to each calendar to modify its color.

Workspace Members can view their calendar events from the My Day view. To learn how to modify calendar colors on the desktop platform please see the My Day Calendar page. 


To disable/reset calendar permissions

✔️ Android

  1. Open your device Settings.
  2. Navigate to “Apps and Notifications”.
  3. Press “App info” and then “Any.do”.
  4. Press “Permissions” and disable the calendar permission.

✔️ iOS

  1. Open your device Settings.
  2. Press “Any.do”
  3. Disable the calendar permission.

Workspace Members can view their calendar events from the My Day view. To learn how to disable\reset calendars permissions on the desktop platform please see the My Day Calendar page. 


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