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iPhone, iPad, iOS – remove Hebcal Jewish calendar

To remove a Hebcal calendar from your iPhone or iPad, you’ll need to first determine if you subscribed via iCloud or whether you subscribed directly from your iOS device.

Here are specific instructions for each option.

To determine which option applies to you, first go to your Calendar app and tap Calendars at the bottom of the screen:hebcal-iphone-calendars-subscribed-0

Subscribed via iCloud

If you subscribed via iCloud, you will you see it in the iCloud section like this:

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Read iCloud – remove Hebcal Jewish calendar for further instructions.

Subscribed directly on iPhone or iPad

If you subscribed directly on your iOS device, you will see Hebcal in the Subscribed section like this:
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Read iPhone and iPad – remove Hebcal Jewish calendar (without iCloud) for further instructions.

Apple macOS – delete Hebcal Jewish calendar

Follow these instructions if you no longer wish to subscribe to Hebcal in the native Calendar.app on macOS (formerly called iCal on Mac OS X).

(If you inadvertently merged the Hebcal calendar events with your personal calendar and you didn’t use the Subscription feature, use our delete Hebcal merged events instructions instead.)

Deleting a calendar subscription is easy, and it removes the entire calendar and all the events it contains from your computer.

  1. Select the Hebcal calendar you want to delete in the calendar list on the left side of Calendar.app.
  2. Choose Edit > Delete.

Here’s an example screenshot:

Mac Desktop or iCloud Calendar – delete Hebcal Jewish calendar merged events

Follow these steps to remove Hebcal events from your macOS Desktop calendar or iCloud calendar and you didn’t use the Subscription feature.

(If you subscribed to a Hebcal in Apple Calendar.app on macOS, follow our delete/unsubscribe from Mac Calendar (iCal) instructions.)

1. Open macOS Calendar.app, and uncheck all calendars except for the one that contains Hebcal events.

 

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2. In the search box on the upper-right, type the text “hebcal” and press Return to select Events that contain “hebcal”

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3. Click on the first item in the search results pane on the right. Scroll to the bottom, and holding down the Shift key, click on the last item in the search results pane on the right

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4. Press the Delete key, or use the Edit Delete menu to remove the events.

We’ve tested these instructions on macOS 10.9 Mavericks and macOS 10.10.2 Yosemite.

Outlook for Mac 2011 – remove Hebcal Jewish calendar

To delete Hebcal events from Microsoft Outlook for Mac 2011, follow these steps.

1. First, open your Calendar within Outlook

2. Next, search for “hebcal” in the search box on the upper right

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3. Click on one of the search results, then select all of the entries in the list via EditSelect All

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4. Delete the entries via EditDelete

Google Calendar – remove Hebcal Jewish calendar

To permanently delete a calendar from your calendar list, just follow these steps:

1. Click Settings at the bottom of the calendar list on the left side of the page. (Alternatively, click the Settings link at the top-right of any Calendar page, and click Calendars.)
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2. Click the Unsubscribe or Delete link next to the calendar you want to delete.

Delete will permanently erase the calendar. (No one, including those who are sharing or subscribing to the calendar, will be able to access it anymore.)

Unsubscribe will only remove your access to the calendar. (Others will still be able to use it normally.)
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3. Click OK.