Select the “Add” option under the “My Events” tab on the navigation bar to add events.
Select the date and time for your event. The calendar icon to the right of the date line will assist you to determine the correct date. Click on the icon to see a full calendar of the month you have selected.
Select the calendars you would like your event posted to. You can add an event to any public or private calendars that you have created. Once you select the calendars you would like your new event to be added to, you will be asked which should be the primary calendar; this will be the calendar that your event “lives” on, but the event will be listed on each of the calendars you select here.
Select the category your event will fall into. If it is a personal event, you can simply select “Personal.” If you are adding the event to a private calendar, selecting a category will help others find your event on the calendar. If you have trouble selecting a category, click on the category finder for help.
Add the event sponsor and event name. The sponsor name will default to your user name unless you specified otherwise in your profile, but you can choose any sponsor name you wish. The event sponsor will appear as part of your event listing. Be sure to be as descriptive as possible when you name your event. For example, “Wayzata U10 Hockey Practice” is much a more effective name than “Hockey Practice.”
Enter the event location. This information can be as general or specific as you like; none of these fields is required for listing.
Enter an optional event link and informational e-mail address. You may also want to enter a longer description of your event here. This is also where you select whether your calendar will be public or private.
Once you have entered and reviewed all of your event information, click the “Add” button to submit your event. An event confirmation screen will appear; here you can click the “Zap This Event to Someone” button to send the event information to e-mail, Outlook or a calendar, or click “Add Another Event.”