Posted by & filed under Download - Apple macOS.

Follow these instructions to subscribe to a Hebcal Jewish holiday calendar 5-year feed in Calendar.app on macOS (formerly called Mac OS X) desktop:

  1. Open a web browser on your macOS computer.
    1. to download holidays and candle-lighting times, navigate to http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal/
    2. OR, to download Yahrzeit + Anniversary calendar, navigate to to http://www.hebcal.com/yahrzeit/
  2. Fill out the form with your preferences and click the Create Calendar button
  3. Click the Download… button
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  4. Click on the “macOS” option from the Download dialog box
    Apple Mac OS X Jewish calendar download dialog box
  5. Click on the “Download to Mac Calendar” button
  6. Apple Calendar (OS X Mountain Lion and later) or iCal (OS X Lion and earlier) will start up
  7. Click Subscribe in the “Calendar URL:” dialog box (see screenshot below)
    Enter the url of the calendar you want to subscribe to
  8. In the next dialog box, uncheck the “Remove Alerts” option if you wish to be notified of candle-lighting and Havdalah times.
    Mac OS X Calendar Info dialog box v3
  9. Use Location: iCloud if you wish to synchronize with other Apple devices such as iPhone or iPad. Use Location: On My Mac if you wish to have the calendar subscription only on your desktop.
  10. Click OK

 

Posted by & filed under Download - Google Calendar.

Follow these instructions to add a Hebcal Jewish holiday calendar 5-year feed to Google Calendar.

These instructions are designed for downloading holidays and candle-lighting times, which do not contain personal (sensitive) data. For Yahrzeit + Anniversary calendars, please follow our Google Calendar alternative instructions, which download a 20-year personal calendar to your desktop/laptop computer, followed by an upload to Google Calendar.

  1. Open a web browser on your computer and navigate to http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal/
  2. Fill out the form with your preferences and click the Create Calendar button
  3. Click the Download… button
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  4. Select the Google Calendar option from the Download dialog box
    Google Jewish_Calendar download dialog
  5. Click on the “Add to Google Calendar” button that looks like this:
    Add to Google Calendar
  6. When Google Calendar asks “Would you like to add calendar: Jewish Holidays?” click “Yes, add this calendar”
    google_calendar_subscribe_1
  7. Next, you’ll see a message saying that “The calendar at http://download.hebcal.com/export/… will be indexed by Google Calendar.”
    google_calendar_subscribe_2
  8. After 3-4 minutes, you’ll see your new calendar in the left sidebar under “Other calendars”
    google_calendar_sidebar_1
  9. If you need to make changes, you can click on the Hebcal calendar in the left and select “Calendar settings” from the pop-up menu.
    google_calendar_sidebar_2_settings

Posted by & filed under Download - Microsoft Outlook.

Follow these instructions to subscribe to a Hebcal Jewish holiday calendar 5-year feed in Microsoft Outlook for Mac.

These instructions work on Outlook for Mac 2011 or later:

  1. Open a web browser on your macOS computer.
    1. to download holidays and candle-lighting times, navigate to http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal/
    2. OR, to download Yahrzeit + Anniversary calendar, navigate to to http://www.hebcal.com/yahrzeit/
  2. Fill out the form with your preferences and click the Create Calendar button
  3. Click the Download… button
  4. Select the Outlook Mac option from the Download dialog box
  5. Click on the Jewish Calendar YYYY.ics download button
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Next, find the downloaded .ics file (typically in your Downloads or Desktop folder). To get the Jewish holidays to show up with a color-coded category, be sure to drag and drop the .ics file you downloaded onto one of the category labels on the left pane as follows:

Screen shot of adding a hebcal.ics file to Outlook 2011 for macOS

If you simply drag the .ics file to Outlook 2011 icon in your dock or double-click on it, it will get categorized and color-coded as “No Category” which is probably not what you want.

 

Posted by & filed under Download - iPhone, iPad, iOS.

Follow these instructions to subscribe to a Hebcal Jewish Calendar 5-year feed directly from your iPhone or iPad:

  1. Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad
    1. to download holidays and candle-lighting times, navigate to http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal/
    2. OR, to download Yahrzeit + Anniversary calendar, navigate to to http://www.hebcal.com/yahrzeit/
  2. Fill out the form with your preferences and click the Create Calendar button
  3. Click the Download… button
    hebcal ios download screenshot step 1
  4. Select the iPhone & iPad (iOS 3.0 and higher) option from the Download dialog box
    ios7 download step 2
  5. Click on the Jewish Calendar YYYY.ics download button
  6. When the Subscribe to the calendar “Hebcal YEAR”? dialog box appears, click Subscribe
    ios7 download step 3
  7. When iPhone has finished subscribing, click Done
  8. If you later wish to remove it from your phone, go to over to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendar. You will see all your subscriptions listed under Accounts. Choose the one you want to edit or remove, and hit Delete Account

If you want to remove the calendar, follow these delete or unsubscribe from your iPhone or iPad instructions.

Posted by & filed under Download - Apple macOS, Download - removal.

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: