Keep up-to-date with your team’s schedule on your computer’s calendar by subscribing to your team’s schedule through Sportgo Lite
Even if you don’t subscribe to your team’s calendar, Sportgo Lite will be letting you know when your games are. But since many people are lost without their calendars on the computer and phone, lets make sure you’ve got your games on there!
Login to Sportgo Lite
When you login to Sportgo Lite the first thing you will see is your personal Home Page.
Event Calendar Page
Click on the top left corner '3 lines icon' to reveal the Navigation bar. Then select the Event Calendar option.
From this page, you will see in the top left corner a button labelled Subscribe.
Clicking the button will show you a window to select certain teams, or all your team's even calendars to synchronize.
Clicking the 'Subscribe' button at the bottom of the window will let Sportgo Lite to automatically synchronize with your device's default calendar program. If your default calendar program is able to open and synchronize your calendar, this is a very easy process. However, calendars may not always interact smoothly, so you may need to copy and manually input your WebCal URL into your Calendar program, as shown below.
Copy WebCal URL and Add to Calendar
Click ‘Launch Application’ and your default calendar system will open.
Calendar (Apple) users:
You will see a screen like this:
Click ‘Subscribe’ and your Sportgo Lite calendar will now be automatically updated within your computer’s calendar.
Outlook (PC) users:
For our PC users, you will first need to copy the webcal URL which looks something like this:(ex.webcal://SportgoLites/ZjVlMzAzOTJlMWYxYzQ2MThhOWVjYzQ5NzgzM2ZjZTk/ical.)
Login to your Outlook account and select the Calendar.
You will want to find the ‘Subscribe’ button at the top of the screen:
– Select Subscribe on the left side.
– Paste in the webcal URL which we copied earlier into the Calendar URL box (see below).
Click Subscribe and you will now have your Sportgo Lite schedule included in your Outlook calendar.