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Adding Events

Adding Additional Details to Events

Events can display people, location, notes, and more

People and Places

For events with specific people or places, the easiest way to add information is through natural language input. When adding an event just type the location and people like “Dinner with Ella at St. Elmo’s” and Timepage will recognize both the name and place.

  1. Add an event either in Day View, Heat Map, or with 3D Touch
  2. Type the activity (Dinner, Workout, etc.)
  3. Type a name
    1. If the person added is in your contacts, Timepage will display their information
    2. If the person added is not in your contacts, the title will simply display their name
  4. If there is a location set for the event, start typing it and select from the locations displayed.

The information can also be added after an item was created by opening an event.

Location and Notes

For future reference, adding location and notes are perfect for when the event rolls around. After entering an item you’ve added to Timepage, you can view and edit where it’ll take place, as well as what it entails.

With Location, you can:

  • Add a specific location
  • Search for an address to directions
  • Create a custom option for other locations, like “Skype,” “Phone,” or others


With reminders set up on your events, Timepage can help ensure that nothing ever falls through the cracks. Relayed through notifications, reminders can be customized to appear at set intervals across multiple times, giving you the freedom to stay informed as the event approaches.

To set up a reminder, tap into an event and scroll until you see the Reminders header. Here, you tap on the intervals at which you wish to be reminded. You can be reminded at any or all of the following options:

  • One week before
  • One day before
  • One hour before
  • 30 minutes before
  • 15 minutes before
  • 10 minutes before
  • Five minutes before
  • When event starts

If you have reminders set for events but aren’t receiving them, the most likely reason is Notifications are turned off in your iPhone preferences. You can fix this by turning them back on:

  • Go to your iPhone Settings app.
  • Select Notifications > Timepage.
  • Ensure “Allow Notifications” is turned on.
  • Ensure the other options are turned on and the alert style is “Banners” or “Alerts”.

It is also important to make sure that “Background App Refresh” is enabled for Timepage. Timepage needs to be able to occasionally check for updated events and reschedule notifications accordingly:

  • Go to your iPhone Settings app.
  • Select General > Background App Refresh.
  • Ensure “Background App Refresh” is enabled at the top of the screen.
  • Ensure it is also enabled for Timepage specifically.


Repeating events are perfect for lots of activities – consistent meetings, weekly practices, starting new habits, and more. Instead of having to add a new item for everything in your calendar, repeats allow you to carry over information every time the activity is scheduled. Like the options above, repeats can be found while viewing an event. Near the bottom of the list is the Repeats header – tap it to create a repeat.

Repeats in Timepage can be as simple or as complex as you need. For example, if you want an event to repeat every day, just tap “Daily,” choose the one day interval, and select an end date. For the more infrequent or inconsistent events, you can make the necessary adjustments for a different time scale. Here are the various repeat options:

  • Frequency (daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly)
  • Repeat interval (examples: 1 day, 2 weeks repeating on Sunday, 3 months repeating every 4th Thursday, 4 years)
  • End (never, after a number of times, or on a specific date)

If you find yourself lost in your own repeat schedule during setup, refer to the header of the repeat menu. This will write out what you’ve committed to, like “repeats every month, forever.”