Add your Opmetrix call cycle to your favourite calendar app like Google, Outlook or the default calendar app on your tablet or smartphone.
New Opmetrix appointments will automatically appear next to your other meetings for the day, so you only have to use one app to keep track of your schedule.
No more switching between calendars while you’re on a way to a visit!
How it works
Most calendar applications allow you to add additional 'subscription' calendars. This is done via a web link that connects our calendar to you your Opmetrix call cycle.
The appointments from Opmetrix cannot be altered directly in your device's native calendar. However, if you change them in Opmetrix , they will update on your device's calendar as well.
Information you will be able to see about your visit is the following:
Name of the place (store)
Full address of the place
Recurrence (if the visit repeats)
If the appointment has a set time. then it will appear in that time slot on the calendar. Appointments with a position or no sequence appear as day appointments at the top of the calendar
How to Generate your Calendar Web link on Tablet
Select the Options Menu in the Opmetrix Mobile App and scroll down to find calendar link. Tap on this and a link it copied to your clipboard. You would then open your calendar app and add a new calendar subscription.
How to Generate your Calendar Web link on Smartphone
Select the Options Menu from the top left menu then tap calendar link and the web link is copied to the clipboard. You would then open your calendar app and add a new calendar subscription.
How to Generate your Calendar Web link from Opmetrix HQ
Opmetrix Admins can also generate Calendar weblinks for device logins. This may be useful to add many users subscriptions to a calendar and share that calendar to others or print weekly/monthly calendars to PDF documents.
Edit the users device login
Scroll to the bottom and click the icon to copy the calendar link
Adding a subscription calendar to Apple Calendar App
Adding a subscription calendar to Android Calendar App
Adding a subscription calendar to Outlook (Microsoft Office)