To use an add-to-calendar button on your website, you will need to license (or “whitelist”) the domain on which you wish to use the button. Licensing the domain will allow the button to work on that domain and will allow us to collect usage data for that button. If you fail to license the domain, the button will not work, and you will receive an error message.
Success. Your domain has been added.
Error. Please enter a valid URL (e.g. http://www.example.com/events/button) or a base domain (e.g. example.com).
Error. You are not permitted to add this domain to your account.
Please only add domains that you own.
Error. You cannot enable this domain because your plan limit has been met.
Either disable an existing domain and try again, or upgrade your account.
Error. This domain is already registered on your account.
Please only add domains that you own. Account usage is recorded by domain and adding a
domain you do not own may result in you paying for someone else's usage.
Once your domain is licensed, your add-to-calendar buttons will work on that domain. Read more We record usage for all add-to-calendar buttons, and on your analytics page you’ll be able to see the total event-adds for your account across all your tools. In order to see your add-to-calendar button usage broken down by domain, however, you’ll need to verify your ownership of your domain. This is an extra security measure so that no one is able to look up add-to-calendar button usage for domains they do not own. To verify your domains and see individual add-to-calendar usage for those domains, please click here.
If you discover a domain not added by you, someone might be using your client code illegally.
You can disable domains not added by you by blocking them in the list below.
Below you'll find some of the most asked questions.
We're happy to help you out in case you have any questions not listed above. Check out our Help Center or get in touch with Support.