Turn On or Off Notifications for Calendar Events After They have Started on HTC One M8

Edited by Thor, Ash0hley, Eng

Hello, and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show you how to turn on or off the option to be notified of events after they have started in the Calendar application on an HTC One M8.


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Steps

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    To begin, turn the phone on by pressing the Power button, located on top of the phone
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    Once the phone has been activated, we'll see the lock screen.
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    To unlock the phone, press down on the screen and swipe up
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    Once the phone has been unlocked, we'll see the home screen. At the bottom, there will be icons. It is one of these icons that we need.
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    We want to enter the applications folder
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    To do that, we need to press down on this icon here. At the bottom of the screen, in the middle, there is a grid of white dots. Press down on this icon, and our applications folder will open.
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    Once our application folder has opened, we are looking for the Calendar application
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    It's located at the top of the list. We can see an icon of a calendar, with the word "Calendar" underneath. Press down on this icon, and it will open up our Calendar application.
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    We now need to access the settings menu
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    To do that, we need this icon here, in the top right-hand corner of the screen. It looks like three small white squares in a vertical line. Press down on this icon to open our menu.
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    We want the option that says the word "Settings"
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    Press down on the word "Settings". It will bring us to the settings menu.
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    Scroll down until we find this option here
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    There is a slight spelling mistake in this option, it says, "Notice me after event starts". It's clear that it should say "Notify me after event starts". This option allows us to receive a notification when an event starts. It confirms to everybody that the event has started as planned, and will proceed as planned. It's a sort of confirmation notification. The option is currently turned off.
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    If we want to turn it on, press down on the box
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    A blue check will appear in the box, signaling that the option has been activated.
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    If we wanted to deactivate this option so that we don't receive notifications after an event has started, then press down on the box, until the box is empty
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    The option is now deactivated.
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    This concludes our tutorial on how to turn on or off the option to be notified of events after they have started in the Calendar application on an HTC One M8
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    If you have any questions or comments about this video, or about the process you've seen in this video, then please leave them in the "Comments" section below, and we shall answer them for you.
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Recent edits by: Ash0hley, Thor

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