Fusing Calendars

Oh hey. FuseCal is exactly what you need. It lets you register multiple calendars from various servers, fuse them together, and republish them as a combined calendar (at Google Calendars, for example) for free. Its in alpha right now and, although I noticed it was balky at times, the support staff was responsive and helpful.

I used it to combine two Google calendars and republish then to third , giving you an added dimension of fine control over who can see and add calendar events. It can also help to bridge the gap between Outlook and Apple iCal users.

Published in: on June 17, 2008 at 3:48 pm  Comments (6)  

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  1. Thanks for the writeup! Glad you find FuseCal useful and are spreading the word. I hope you’ll like the improvements we’re going to roll out in the next few weeks. =)

    -Matt from FuseCal.com

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