Calendar 366 URL Scheme

Intro

The url scheme is: c366
Supported actions are: /show, /switch, /open & /add
You can supply callback URLs via optional x-success and x-error parameters.

Example

c366:///add?type=event&query=Meeting%20tomorrow%2010am
c366://x-callback-url/add?type=event&query=Meeting%20tomorrow%2010am&x-success=supapp://
This will open Calendar 366 and create an event "Meeting" for tomorrow 10am
(and opens the app 'supapp' on success)

Actions

/show

Open Calendar 366 and show event or reminder ...
• parameter 1: type = event or reminder
• parameter 2: id = external unique identifier
• parameter 3: date (optional) = time interval since 1970 (for repeating events)
• x-callback-url support: no
• example: c366:///show?type=event&id=C2E7222C-51E1-4E31-8455-064522D35B13&date=1579438800

/switch

Switch Calendar Set
• parameter 1: set = name of calendar set (case sensitive)
• x-callback-url support: x-success & x-error
• example: c366://x-callback-url/switch?set=Private&x-success=supapp://

/open

Open Calendar 366 (, switch to calendar set xxx and show view yyy)
• parameter 1: set (optional) = name of calendar set (case sensitive)
• parameter 2: view (optional) = year, month, monthlist, agenda, week, weeklist, day, list
• x-callback-url support: no
• example: c366:///open?set=Work&view=month

/add

Add an event or reminder using natural language
• parameter 1: type = event or reminder
• parameter 2: query = natural language input
• x-callback-url support: x-success & x-error
• example: c366://x-callback-url/add?type=event&query=Meeting%20tomorrow%2010am&x-success=supapp://
Creating events & reminders using natural language input (FAQ)