.ICS file handling
I want to import event from e-mail .ics attachment directly without saving and importing from menu
Is this possible to display tasks that are stored in an .ics file?
Markus Geiger commented
This is not working, I'm afraid.
Clicking on an ICS-attachment and then choosing BC2 in the "open with" dialog (I have not registered a default handler) brings up an empty import dialog.
Saving the attachment to the downloads folder, then opening it from there works, but shows older, already imported ICS files that are still present in the download folder as well, not just the one I have opened.
Samsung Galaxy S8 with stock email client
BC2 latest update
no default handler registered for file type *.ics
Mike McDonald commented
yes, why is this marked as completed? the only options i get are samsung calendar and google calendar.
Petr 'PePa' Pavel commented
How come this is marked as completed? When I open an ICS attachment from my email program K9, I can only open it with Google Calendar - BC2 is not listed.
I can save the attachment and import it using Settings / Maintenance... but that's really cumbersome.
P.S. an event location with a comma is imported with backslash in front of the comma
Steven Rosario commented
I just spent close to an hour trying to find out where to import ICS. It isn't intuitive, allowing BC2 to act as a default file handler to open ICS links would be much simpler.