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Description

Build templates for events that occur irregularly and paste them into your Calendar!

Did you ever wonder why Apple’s built-in Calendar app has no Copy & Paste? I certainly did! Stop going through the tedious process of providing every event detail over and over again and use Calendar Paste instead to:

• Schedule team meetings,
• work shifts,
• on-call duties,
• productivity appointments with your lazy self,
• events with durations like 3:45 which are ennerving to specify in the Calendar app.

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Attribution: Thanks to Daniel Bruce from http://www.entypo.com/ for the lock icon template!

What’s New

Version 3.2.0

Fixes bugs and improved compatibility with the iPhone X and iOS 11.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
7 Ratings
7 Ratings
sean2a ,

Does the job, albeit with some rough edges

I agree with others that it would be nice if template included time. Also, I am having issues where on my list of templates, the displayed name isn’t always the title of the template but sometimes the custom text. If I wanted it to display on the list as the custom text, why have them as separate fields?

I will say, this app does fill a hole that the big calendar makers seem to have overlooked and it does a decent job. Only big UI improvement I’d suggest would be to “check mark” the dates and create all at once rather than going back and forth 30 times.

Ericlmercer ,

Let users predetermine TIME in templates

I also agree that users should be able to set a predetermined TIME in each template.

Why assume everyone would prefer events to begin at midnight?

I always know what time I need to set for my events in advance, yet you make users decide this every single time we use your “shortcut”. I’m annoyed by this inconvenience EVERY time I use this app — it’s such a mind-boggling oversight. This is a really needless & counterproductive annoyance, please fix it

Please allow users to predetermine what time each of our irregular event will begin when we create a template.

(Why isn’t this obvious oversight already fixed / implemented?)

Mikeandnora ,

Almost.

The only difficulty that I have is creating a new shift with a specific start time. If there is anyway to allow editing the start time of existing calendars this would be perfect. FYI I am not talking about editing for each entry, but editing the default time that the shift is to start without having to change the time from 0000.

Information

Seller
Christian Tietze
Size
15.6 MB
Category
Productivity
Compatibility

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© Christian Tietze
Price
$1.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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