Wondering where did a Meetup group’s calendar go, and where the past meetups have gone? If you opted in to the new Meetup interface, you may find that you are no longer able to easily find the calendars and past meetups for the meetup groups to which you belong. We agree that the new site sucks! (If you haven’t already opted in to the new interface, count yourself lucky, and don’t do it!)
If you use Meetup.com as a way of finding fun and rewarding things to do, you may find yourself wondering how to sync your Meetup.com calendar with your iPhone or Android calendar, Google or Gmail calendar, Apple Mac calendar, Outlook calendar, or other calendar. Here is how to synch your Meetup calendar with your ics or other calendar.
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You may be familiar Meetup.com, in fact you may even belong to a Meetup group or even a few Meetup groups, or participate in a Meetup meetup or two. The Meetup concept is simple: join a Meetup group (or found your own new Meetup group), which is hosted on the Meetup.com system, but with the express purpose of the Meetup group meeting in person. And that, says Meetup.com founder Scott Heiferman, is the whole purpose of the Meetup group concept which, says Heiferman, he founded in direct response to 9/11: to use the Internet to get off the Internet.