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Open Event Details After Creation

When you create events in Timepage, event details are available so you can add further information. These details include location, people, reminders, repeats, and notes.

You can also choose not to add additional details.

Calendar Colors

Calendar colors help you color code your events in Timepage. When you first set up your calendars in Timepage, each calendar you’ve saved to iOS will be assigned a color, and every event in these calendars will be assigned the applicable color. Throughout the interface, these colors are used in locations in Timeline and Heat Map – however, if you’d prefer to keep calendar colors to a minimum, we’ve got you covered.

To remove calendar color icons from the side of events, toggle the “Show Calendar Colors” setting. Although you’ll still see the calendar colors in the Heat Map, they will be removed from the other sections of the interface.

Fade Passed Events

Timepage helps you look forward with Timeline’s unique vertical view, and we also offer fading events.

Events in the past can be faded out by tapping the “Fade events that have passed” toggle. When this feature is turned on, the events will still be visible, but will have been assigned a light gray text color.

Default Duration

When setting event duration, we have to consider how long an event might last to schedule other events around it. With a properly set default duration, we can better plan events before and after the ones we’ve created.

The default duration for events come in four different intervals:

  • 15 minutes
  • 30 minutes
  • One hour
  • Two hours

Though one hour is the default, some of your events might be longer. If that’s the case, select the two hours option and Timepage will default events without a set end time to two hours.

Default Event Notifications

Event notifications are used to remind us of what’s coming up in our schedule; typically, this is done through a push notification at a set interval before an event starts. Notifications in Timepage can be set at multiple different times, including:

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

To make sure you never forget about an event, you can use as many or as few of these options as you’d like.

For all-day events, notifications become less about a set time and more about being reminded days before. Timepage offers notifications for all-day events at the following intervals:

  • None
  • On day of event at 9 a.m.
  • One day before at 9 a.m.
  • Two days before at 9 a.m.
  • One week before at 9 a.m.

As with the notifications for events with a set time, you can also combine these reminders to stay up to date.


By default, Timepage will automatically check for unanswered invites through the RSVP system. If invites become out of hand in your calendars, you can turn off this feature by toggling the “Auto check for unanswered invitations” option in the Event preferences.