Fantastical 2

calendar

#1

I would buy it, if it would connect to fantastical 2 =)…


#2

This is a common request, and we are going to look into it.


#3

We now have some support for Fantastical. You should be able to open Fantastical from inside Agenda now in version 1.3.


#4

Does not Work or I don’t find the option.
If I try to create a Event the application crashes - I think it tries to send to Apple Calendar but it fails because I don’t use it…
How can I change “create event” to fantastical?


#6

Does not Work or I don’t find the option.

See this topic: Opening events in third-party calendar apps


#7

I don’t want to create a new thread.

Using the iPad-App of agenda, I’ve linked a note with an event.

Opening Fantastical2 there is the URL in the note section of the event. But it’s recogniced as text an not as an URL.

Opening Calendars 5 or the Apple Calendar app, the link is working


#8

I’ve already opened this issue before. It’s a limitation of Fantastical (iOS). I’ve requested a feature for that to them but they said that they are not yet supporting URL Link in the meantime. So I shifted to Calendars 5 by Readdle. Works amazingly fine.


#9

thanks for the explanation. I will have a look to Calendars 5


#10

I do love Fantastical. But the ios app limitation for URL affected my workflow. With Calendars 5, I finally completed my workflow. Try first their free version


#11

Indeed, best thing to do is to ask them to:
a) support tappable links in the notes section of a calendar event
b) add support for the same URL scheme as in their Mac app that allows opening Fantastical at a certain date.


The Agenda url scheme can't be clicked in Fantastcal2 for iOS
#12

Will do. I’ve tried Calendars 5 and just don’t want to deal with different desktop vs mobile apps (there’s no Calendars 5 app on the Desktop Mac OS, it’s only available on iOS iPhone/iPad devices). It’s helpful to not have to do mental gymnastics when working.

I’m happy to put in the request with Fantastical 2 team and hopefully, it’ll happen before long. I still havn’t found a note taking app that I really like. This concept seems nice although being able to store files with my notes is really important to me. Todist essentially acts as my note-taking app even though it’s not designed for that.