What editions of Salesforce are supported?
CalendarAnything supports Professional, Enterprise, Unlimited, and Force.com editions of Salesforce. Professional Edition users are not able to use the site calendars feature.
Can I try CalendarAnything before purchasing?
From the CalendarAnything AppExchange listing page there are two ways to try the app without purchasing. You can test drive the application in our demo environment by clicking the â€œTest Driveâ€ button or you can also install it in your Salesforce org or sandbox by clicking the “Get It Now” button.
We provide 10 free licenses per org for 15 days After . After the 15 day trial, if you decide not to activate a full subscription, the app will simply stop working in your org. You will not be charged.
How do I install CalendarAnything?
Please visit CalendarAnything on the AppExchange and click the “Get It Now” button to install the app into your Salesforce org or sandbox.
How do I purchase licenses?
There are two easy options! If you wish to pay with a credit card online, log into your Salesforce org and look for CalendarAnything under Installed Packages (Your Name>Setup>App Setup>Deploy>Installed Packages). Click on “Configure” and a checkout page will appear. Follow the onscreen instructions to purchase your licenses. After your purchase is complete, your licenses will be active!
How many licenses will my company need?
You can purchase as many or as few licenses as you need. You will need a license for each Salesforce user that will create, edit, or view calendars in the CalendarAnything app. There is no minimum license purchase and you can easily purchase additional licenses as required. Please note that the site calendar will require a license for the sites “user”.
I have an older version of CalendarAnything. How can I upgrade to the latest version?
Please visit CalendarAnything on the AppExchange and click the “Get It Now” button to install the latest version of the app in your Salesforce org. This process will upgrade your existing calendars without any data loss.