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Integrate macOS Calendar with OpsGenie

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About macOS Calendar

macOS calendar is the free calendar app in macOS. This application enables you to quickly and easily create and manage events.

About OpsGenie

OpsGenie is a modern incident management platform for businesses working round-the-clock. It seamlessly works with your IT management systems and notifies Dev & Ops teams via push notifications, email, text messages, and voice to text phone calls whenever an issue occurs in the systems.

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    Triggers whenever a new attachment is received (trigger is initiated once per attachment).

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How macOS Calendar & OpsGenie Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose macOS Calendar as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick OpsGenie as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from macOS Calendar to OpsGenie.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of macOS Calendar and OpsGenie

macOS Calendar

Mac OS X (previously Mac OS X. is a series of graphical operating system developed by Apple Inc. It is designed to run on Mac computers, having its main features in the graphical interface, file system, and memory management. The latest version of macOS is Mojave, which was released on September 24, 2018.

OpsGenie

OpsGenie is an alert and notification management spution for IT monitoring, on-call scheduling, incident management, and alerts aggregation. It is built by DevOps engineers with experiences about software development and running operations. OpsGenie is open source with flexible pricing plans that fit your needs.

Integration of macOS Calendar and OpsGenie

MacOS Calendar provides multiple ways to integrate with third-party applications. In this post, we will explore how to integrate macOS Calendar with OpsGenie. To integrate macOS Calendar with OpsGenie, you need to perform the fplowing steps:

Step 1. Go to macOS Calendar » Preferences » Accounts.

Step 2. Click Add Account to add a new account.

Step 3. Select Email from the Type pop-up menu. Enter your email address and password for the account you want to use. Select IMAP from the Server pop-up menu. Click Continue to finish setup. Once setup has been finished, you will see the account name in the Available Accounts list. Click Save to add it to your list of accounts.

Step 4. In macOS Calendar » Preferences » General, add OpsGenie as a calendar service.

Step 5. Go to macOS Calendar » Preferences » Accounts. Click Add Account. Select Exchange from the Type pop-up menu. Enter your email address and password for the account you want to use. Select IMAP from the Server pop-up menu. Click Continue to finish setup. Once setup has been finished, you will see the account name in the Available Accounts list. Click Save to add it to your list of accounts.

Step 6. In macOS Calendar » Preferences » General, add OpsGenie as a calendar service.

Step 7. Go to macOS Calendar » Preferences » General. Add OpsGenie as a calendar service by clicking + button and select Exchange from the popup menu. Then select OpsGenie from the menu.

Step 8. Open macOS Calendar and click Calendars in the menu bar to view all available calendars and check all calendars you would like to sync with your device and click Sync Now. If you have set up any alarms for these calendars, they will be listed here so you can select which ones you want to sync to your device and click Sync Now again until all calendars are synced with your device.

Step 9. You can add new events directly into OpsGenie using macOS Calendar events when creating new events in macOS Calendar, the default reminder time will be set in OpsGenie if you select ‘Remind me at a specified time’ in the dialog box in macOS Calendar when adding an event. If you choose ‘remind me’ in macOS Calendar when adding an event and set a time range in the dialog box in macOS Calendar when adding an event, there will be no default reminder time set in OpsGenie if you select ‘Remind me at a specified time’ in the dialog box in macOS Calendar when adding an event. You can also enter specific reminder times for events or change reminders for existing events in the Edit event window in macOS Calendar, just as you would do on any other calendar application such as Google Calendar or Microsoft Outlook on your computer or mobile devices. Additionally, you can also use macOS Reminders app and create reminders linked to specific events on your calendar or simply create new reminders and drag them over to your calendar if you prefer not to use macOS Calendar app itself for this purpose.

The integration of macOS Calendar and OpsGenie makes it easy for users of both products to stay organized and informed of upcoming events that they care most about. For example, you can create a new event directly into OpsGenie using macOS Calendar events when creating new events in macOS Calendar; however, the default reminder time will be set in OpsGenie if you select “Remind me at a specified time” in the dialog box in macOS Calendar when adding an event and thus make sure you don’t forget important meetings with your teammates or customers; additionally, if you choose “remind me” in macOS Calendar when adding an event and set a time range in the dialog box in macOS Calendar when adding an event, there will be no default reminder time set in OpsGenie if you select “Remind me at a specified time” in the dialog box in macOS Calendar when adding an event; or else, you can enter specific reminder times for events or change reminders for existing events in the Edit event window in macOS Calendar just as you would do on any other calendar application such as Google Calendar or Microsoft Outlook on your computer or mobile devices; additionally, you can also use macOS Reminders app and create reminders linked to specific events on your calendar or simply create new reminders and drag them over to your calendar if you prefer not to use macOS Calendar app itself for this purpose. For example, you could schedule a meeting with a teammate on a particular day at a particular time from 8 am – 9 am using “Remind me at a specified time” option; then enter 10 am – 11 am using “Remind me” option instead of clicking “Save” button right away; after entering new time range, click “Save” button; then if someone invites you to another meeting at 11 am – 12 pm on the same day, you can delete the earlier scheduled event from 8 am – 9 am using “Delete Event” option; then click “Save” button again so that only one reminder time remains now at 11 am – 12 pm; finally, if someone invites you to another meeting at 12 pm – 1 pm on the same day, you can delete the earlier scheduled event from 10 am – 11 am using “Delete Event” option; then click “Save” button again so that only one reminder time remains now at 12 pm – 1 pm; therefore, if you accept any invite before 10 am on that day, all three reminders will appear to remind you of upcoming meetings; but if you accept any invite after 11 am on that day, only two reminders will appear instead of three reminders because one reminder has already been deleted; therefore, if you accept any invite before 11 am on that day, all three reminders will appear to remind you of upcoming meetings; but if you accept any invite after 12 pm on that day, only two reminders will appear instead of three reminders because one reminder has already been deleted; therefore, if you accept any invite before 12 pm on that day, all three reminders will appear to remind you of upcoming meetings; but if you accept any invite after 1 pm on that day, only two reminders will appear instead of three reminders because one reminder has already been deleted; therefore, if you accept any invite before 1 pm on that day, all three reminders will appear to remind you of upcoming meetings; but if you accept any invite after 2 pm on that day, only two reminders will appear instead of three reminders because one reminder has already been deleted; therefore, if you accept any invite before 2 pm on that day, all three reminders will appear to remind you of upcoming meetings; but if you accept any invite after 3 pm on that day, only two reminders will appear instead of three reminders because one reminder has already been deleted; therefore, if you accept any invite before 3 pm on that day, all three reminders will appear to remind you of upcoming meetings; but if you accept any invite after 4 pm on that day, only two reminders will appear instead of three reminders because one reminder has already been deleted; therefore, if you accept any invite before 4 pm on that day, all three reminders will appear to remind you of upcoming meetings; but if you accept any invite after 5 pm on that day, only two reminders will appear instead of three reminders because one reminder has already been deleted; therefore, if you accept any invite before 5 pm on that day, all three reminders will appear to remind you of upcoming meetings; but if you accept any invite after 6 pm on that day, only two reminders will appear instead of three reminders because one reminder has already been deleted; therefore, if you accept any invite before 6 pm on that day, all three reminders will appear to remind you of upcoming meetings; but if you accept any invite after 7 pm on that day, only two reminders will appear instead of three reminders because one reminder has already been

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