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Just in time for your busy summer schedules—you can now add your Top Producer CRM calendar to your Outlook 2016 calendar, Office 365 calendar, and your Apple calendar (which means your iPhone too)!

From never-ending work tasks to sun, beaches and barbecues, staying on top of everything you need to do has never been easier. Setting it up is a cinch—all you have to do is grab the link from Top Producer CRM and go.

(Office 365 users, this may be old news as we announced this to you a couple of weeks ago. If you haven’t set it up yet though, read on!)

To set up the Calendar Feed:

1. Go to the Settings area in Top Producer CRM > click the Integrations tab > click the Copy button in the Calendar Feed section.

Calendar Feed integration

2. Now you can paste the URL into your calendar. (Just click the name of your calendar below for the steps. )

Outlook 2016

a. Open your calendar.

b. Click the Folder tab along the top > then click the Open Calendar drop-down > then click From Internet.

c. Paste the link you copied from Top Producer CRM (CTRL + V) > then click OK.

d. If prompted, click Yes to subscribe to updates. 

Apple calendar

a. Open your calendar.

b. Select File > New Calendar Subscription.

c. Click Subscribe.

d. To make sure changes you make in Top Producer CRM are reflected in this calendar, change the Auto-refresh frequency to Every day > then click OK

Office 365 calendar

a. Open your calendar.

b. On the Outlook navigation bar, click the App Launcher App icon > then click Calendar.

c. Click Add calendar > From internet.

d. Paste the link you copied from Top Producer CRM (CTRL + V on Windows; CMD + V on a Mac).

e. Click Save

That’s all there is to it! If you have more questions, you can find the answers here.

And while summer is still a little less than 3 weeks away, make sure you schedule in as much flip-flop time as possible! Flip flops

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  • Zach

    This is a step in the right direction and hopefully it will improve once out of beta. It’s unfortunate that you can’t add to the calendar from iCal on all things Apple. It would be so nice to have this complete integration because TopProducer’s calendar is less than enjoyable.

  • Randy limas

    I do not have Integrations on my TP>Settings section. This’ll be a great update!

    • crodgers

      Hi Randy, it’s likely the responsible agent for your team just needs to give you access. Look for the “I don’t see the Integrations tab” question in the below article for steps on how to do this:
      //www.topproducer.com/news/june-9th-mailbag/

  • TOny

    When will you integrate with the Google Calendar?

    • crodgers

      Hi Tony, while you can add a Calendar Feed to Google, changes you make to that calendar won’t be reflected in Google at this point. There’s not much we can do on our end until this issue has been addressed by Google. We’ll keep you notified of any changes here though.

  • Anonymous

    Is there anyway to keep many calendars? I am starting a new business to supplement my real estate incime when its slow. I will be assisting small businesses with taking calls, scheduling appointments, bookkeeping needs, social media interaction for each comoany, etc.

    • crodgers

      Thanks for your question. Currently there is no way to create more than 1 calendar in Top Producer CRM. If you wanted multiple calendars in a consolidated place, you could create a calendar in another calendar system (like Office 365 or Apple Calendar), and then use the Calendar Feed feature to add your Top Producer CRM calendar. Hope that helps.

  • Rich Toepper

    you may want to have a system completed before going public with it. there is no apple option yet on the settings.

    • crodgers

      Hi Rich, the Calendar Feed feature does work with the Apple Calendar and it indeed is available!

      Look no further than the ‘Copy’ button in the ‘Calendar Feed’ section (you may be looking for ‘Apple’ in the ‘Integration Type’ section). Once you copy the link, you can paste it into your Apple Calendar (go here for the steps: //www.topproducer.com/campus/top-producer/calendar/calendar-feed/).

  • Wende Schoof

    This is exactly what I have been wanting! It is going to make it much more fluid for me to stay on task for Lead Generation! Thank you!

    • Zach

      You can’t add to the calendar with the feed. Only see appointments that have been added in TopProducer.

  • DUANE DEGROFF

    I CAN’T FIND “FILE” ON MY I PHONE—

    • crodgers

      Hi Duane, sorry for the confusion. I think you were looking at how to set up the Calendar Feed on a Mac. Here are the steps to add it to your iPhone:
      1. From the Settings area on your iPhone or iPad, tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
      2. In the Mail section, tap Add Account > then tap Other.
      3. Tap Add Subscribed Calendar > enter or paste the link you copied in Top Producer CRM.

  • MATT Whitcomb

    Map Interface for Contacts Urgently Needed – I have been using Top Producer for roughly seven months. I am a heavy prospector across my county. Given the amount of names I enter into my database, it is hard to determine who lives where by memory. It is nearly impossible to recall someone if I want to do a pop-by while in the area. Given today’s technology, and the integration with Google Maps, I would expect Top Producer to have such an interface both desktop and mobile. Matt

    • crodgers

      Thanks for the suggestion, Matt! I sent it to our Product group for review.

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