Add an Event to Your iPhone 6 Calendar

Edited by Freya, Gordon, Eng

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Steps

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    Turn your phone on by pressing the lock button on the right side of the phone, or the home button at the bottom of your phone
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    Swipe from left to right to unlock the phone
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    You may have another method of unlocking your phone.
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    Open the Calendar app
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    It appears as a white icon with today's date in it.
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    When you open the app, you will automatically be taken to today's date
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    It will be highlighted in red.
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    Tap the date you would like to add an event to
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    You will be taken to a daily view of that date.
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    Tap the plus icon in the top right corner of your screen to add an event
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    Tap Title to add a title
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    Tap Location to add a location
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    Tap the switch beside All-day if it is an all day event
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    For example, you could use this feature if the event you are adding is someone's birthday. In this case, you will not need to input specific start and end times.
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    Tap Starts to enter the start time
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    Tap Ends to enter the end time
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    You will also be able to specify an end date if the event spans over multiple days.
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    Tap Repeat if you would like the event to repeat for a specific amount of time, or indefinitely, on certain days
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    Tap Travel Time to add travel time before the event
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    Tap Alert to add a reminder for the event
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    Tap Notes to add additional notes to the event
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    Tap Add in the top right corner of the New Event page to finish creating the event
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    Tap the month in the top left corner of the daily view to switch back to the monthly view
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    To view the details of an event, return to the daily view and tap on the event you would like to view
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    While in the Event Details view, tap Edit in the top right corner of the screen to edit the event
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    This concludes the tutorial on how to add an event to your calendar on your iPhone 6
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    If you have any questions, please post them in the comments section below. Thank you for watching VisiHow.
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Recent edits by: Gordon, Freya

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