Why activate calendar notifications in WeekCal?
- Only Apple's own notification process can automatically run in the background of your device 24 hours a day.
- If you close WeekCal and do not leave it running in the background, WeekCal has no options to notify you.
- WeekCal could have you sync to iCloud (or another calendar type) through our servers, however, this would result in us having access to your appointments. WeekCal would then be able to send you push notifications, but the app would still not be able to alert you at all times, like Apple's notification process.
- When your device is in flight mode or it's not connected to either WiFi or cellular you would not be able to receive notifications. That's why WeekCal only alerts you for less important notifications such as a second birthday alert which isn't supported by iOS.
|HINT: If WeekCal isn't showing in notification settings, check the device's parental control settings.|
WeekCal doesn't show in the Notification Center
The Notification Center is for missed & recent notifications, not for lists of data, such as upcoming calendar events. Third-party apps, such as WeekCal, cannot show anything besides popup alerts in the iOS Notification Center.
Week Calendar only alerts when factory installed calendar app does not, which are
Turn on Notification Center Messages
Alerts / Alarms are managed through the notification center.
- Go to System Settings
- Select Notifications and select WeekCal
- Enable Allow Notifications and configure Sounds & Alerts according to your preferences
- Repeat steps 2 & 3 for Calendar and Reminders