Subscribe to National Holidays for Ecuador

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Subscribe top a calendar for Ecuador

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Add Ecuador to your calendar by subscribing to OfficeHoliday's Ecuador calendar using iCal, the standard calendar format.

Why subscribe?

Subscribing to a calendar means you do not have to add a calendar each year and if holidays change, then the calendars will refresh weekly, so that your calendar always has the latest view. While there are public holiday calenders available in Outlook and Google Calendar, calenders from www.officeholidays.com offer extended information by showing regional holidays, highlighting non public holidays and giving a short description on each holiday.

Step 1

Copy the calendar link

Click the 'copy text' button below.

Option 1: Show the name of the country in the title of each event.

 

Option 2: Hide the country in the title of each event

If you don't want the holiday events to show the country (eg 'Australia: Anzac Day') in the title, use the option below. If you will add more than one country to your calendars, we recommend to include the country (option 1).

 

 

Step 2

Select your calendar programme

To subscribe to an iCalendar feed using Apple's iCal program:

  1. Open the Calendar program (in Applications)
  2. From the Calendar menu select File - New Calendar Subscription
  3. Type or paste the calendar URL copied from the list of countries into the Calendar URL field then click Subscribe.
  4. If you want, you can change the calendar name and colour and change the Auto-refresh frequency to Every day from Every week, then click OK.
  5. The events should now appear in your calendar

To subscribe to an iCalendar feed using Outlook:

  1. From Tools menu select Account Settings
  2. Click on the Internet Calendars tab
  3. Click the New button
  4. Type or paste one of the calendar URLs above then click OK
  5. To add the calendar with default settings, click Yes on the next dialog. If you wish to edit the setting, click 'Advanced' and go to step 6.
  6. In the Advanced dialog box, you can optionally rename the calendar.  Ensure the box is checked in the Update Limit section.

To subscribe to an iCalendar feed using Google Calendar:

  1. In the left column, click on the down arrow to the left in the Other Calendars section.
    Add ICS to Google Calendar
  2. From the menu select Add by URL.
  3. Enter the feed URL in the dialog box then click Add Calendar.
    Add URL of ICS to Google Calender
  4. NB. You cannot set how often the calendar refreshes.


Users sometime report that subscribed calendars don't update in Google Calendar. We monitor the news on this issue and will happily reformat the feeds if we think that will improve the updating. One tip that is worth trying is to remove the calendar and add back with '&nocache' added to the url. (e.g. 'http://www.officeholidays.com/ics/ics_country.php?tbl_country=Ecuador' becomes 'http://www.officeholidays.com/ics/ics_country.php?tbl_country=Ecuador&nocache'

iOS

iOS(iOS 9.3)users can subscribe to this calendar by following the steps below:

  1. Tap “Settings” on the Home screen
  2. Select “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”
  3. Select “Add Account…”
  4. Select “Other”, then “Add Subscribed Calendar”
  5. Enter https://www.officeholidays.com/ics/ecuador, then tap “Next”
  6. Tap “Save” to finish.

After completing the above steps, Public Holidays will be marked in the calendar on your mobile device.

Android

Android users can subscribe to the iCal using Google Calendar and then synchronise it to their mobile devices as follows:

  1. Go to https://google.com/calendar through a browser, login to Google Calendar with the Google Account used for synchronising the mobile device.
  2. Click the down arrow beside the “Other calendars” on the left hand side of the Google Calendar and select “Add by URL”.
  3. Enter https://www.officeholidays.com/ics/ecuador
  4. Click “Add Calendar” and the subscription will be completed on Google Calendar.
  5. Open the calendar in the mobile device and tap “Sync” . (Note: Additional data charges may be incurred.)
  6. Select “Public Holidays” in the “Calendars” in the “Settings” and tap “Done”.

After completing the above steps, Public Holidays will be marked in the calendar on your mobile device.

Unsubscribe

You may sometimes need to remove a calendar subscription from your calendar programme. To help you we have some instructions for the programmes listed above.