This article is primarily intended for those who subscribe to Stellar and LMOD calendars to display in their personal calendar applications, but applies to internet calendar subscriptions in general.Unfortunately different calendar programs use different ways of controlling the update frequency for pulling in subscribed calendar information.You need to use the Private ics link in Gmail and add it as an Internet Calendar in File, Account Settings, Internet Calendar.Another option, if you use Outlook.com, is to subscribe the calendar in It's still going to be read-only, but avoids the occasional send and receive errors a subscribed calendar generates.An Internet Calendar Subscription is a calendar that you download and view in Outlook.However, unlike a Calendar Snapshot, Internet Calendar Subscriptions are updated automatically.For more information about Internet Calendars, see the link in the See Also section.
Note that unlike your desktop Apple Calendar, on i OS the setting applies to all calendar subscriptions that are set to Fetch.
Unfortunately resolution of this issue tends to be a waiting game: An important aspect to understand about ical feeds: It is your calendar application (Outlook, Google, Apple, etc etc) which periodically requests an update of the information from Timetastic i.e.
Timetastic does not push the data to you calendar, it's your calendar that requests it from Timetastic.
This video shows the steps to get the i Calendar ICS URL from Google Calendar as well as add it to Outlook.
A Microsoft Outlook Most Valuable Professional (MVP) since 1999, Diane is the author of several books, including Outlook 2013 Absolute Beginners Book.