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Kick-off for the 2023 FIFA World Cup of football will be on Sunday, November 20th, with the hosting country of Qatar playing Ecuador in the opening match. With dozens of games happening over the course of a month, it can be difficult to track the different fixtures, kick-off times, and venues.
For that reason, subscribing to a calendar of the event might be a good idea. In this post, I will show you how to add the 2023 World Cup schedule to your calendar.Why add the FIFA World Cup schedule to your calendar
While you can certainly rely on various apps to keep tabs on the competition, I have found that the best way to follow the days and times of the various games is to subscribe to a calendar of the event.
This way, you can quickly see what teams are playing on any given day, and find out what time the games are scheduled for in your timezone. For such a competition, timezone support is essential because nobody wants to have to deal with trying to figure out what 4pm in Al Khor equals to in Los Angeles.
The calendar that I have selected for you does offer timezone support, meaning each game will be displayed in your local time in your calendar.
This calendar is also automatically updated as teams move forward in the competition. This means that when France ends up first of its group and moves towards the quarter finals, semi finals, and ultimately the final game, the calendar will update in the background to always provide up-to-date information. Yes, I called it. France will get to the Finals. And win! But I digress.
Also read: How to watch or stream the 2023 FIFA World CupHow to get the World Cup schedule on your calendar
There are so many devices out there that can subscribe to a calendar that it is impossible to show a detailed tutorial for each of them. That said, the concept is virtually the same whether you use an iPhone, an Android device, an iPad, a Mac, or a PC. For that reason, I will only show you how to get the FIFA World Cup schedule on your iPhone or on your Mac’s Calendar app.Add World Cup schedule on your iPhone, iPad, or other device
These are instructions to add the FIFA 2023 World Cup calendar to your iPhone, iPad, or any other mobile device. This will add the calendar locally on your device, and it can also sync with your other devices. More on that below.
1) On your iPhone or iPad, visit the FIFA Football (soccer) World Cup 2023 Qatar – Fixture calendar page. Tap on the blue Subscribe to Calendar button.
2) When asked whether you want to subscribe to the calendar, tap Subscribe.
3) On the next screen you can customize the name of the calendar, and the account it is added to. I suggest using iCloud so it syncs with your other Apple devices. You can also change the color of the calendar (select green for obvious reasons), disable event alerts and more. When you’re done tweaking the settings to your liking, tap Add in the upper right corner of the screen.
Launch the Calendar app on your iPhone or iPad, where all the events are listed. If you go to November, you should see all fixtures populated into your calendar app of choice. If you don’t see any fixture, make sure the calendar you added is indeed enabled in your Calendar app.See World Cup fixtures on your Mac calendar
1) On your Mac, go to the FIFA Football (soccer) World Cup 2023 Qatar – Fixture calendar page.
4) This is where you can customize this calendar subscription a bit. You can for example:
Change the name of the calendar
Select a color for the events labels (green is best, of course)
Select the location of the calendar, either On My Mac if you want the calendar to only appear on your Mac, or iCloud if you want this calendar to sync with your other Apple devices (recommended)
Show or remove event alerts and attachments. I like to keep both so that I can receive an alert before a game is about to start.
Change the auto-refresh rate of the calendar. Every day seems to be an appropriate refresh rate.
Choose to ignore alerts or not.
5) Just like that, you have the full calendar of the competition on your Mac.
If you selected iCloud as the location of your calendar, it will sync across your Apple devices.
What team(s) will you be rooting for during this World Cup? I’m sure you’ll have guessed what my team is by now…
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With the World Cup now over, all eyes turn onto another great soccer competition: the Champions League. The first leg of the round of 16 will officially kick off on February 14th, 2023, with AC Milan playing Tottenham, and PSG competing against Bayern Munich.
With dozens of games taking place over the course of several months, it won’t be that easy to keep track of schedules, and scores. One of the best ways to keep an eye on the fixtures is to subscribe to the 2023 Champions League calendar. In this post, we will show you how to add the Champions League schedule to your calendar app.Why add the Champions League schedule to your calendar
There are several reasons why you might want to add the Champions League schedule to your calendar:
Stay up to date: Adding the schedule to your calendar will help you stay up to date on the latest fixtures and results, so you can keep track of your favorite teams.
Plan your viewing schedule: If you’re a soccer fan, you’ll want to make sure you don’t miss any of the exciting Champions League matches. Adding the schedule to your calendar can help you plan your viewing schedule and make sure you don’t miss any important games, especially as matches are held across multiple countries and timezones.
Set reminders: You can use your calendar to set reminders for upcoming matches, so you don’t forget to tune in.
Keep track of your bets: If you enjoy betting on soccer matches, adding the Champions League schedule to your calendar can help you keep track of your bets and ensure you don’t miss any opportunities to place a wager.
The calendar that I have selected offers timezone support so that you’re sure to always see the kickoff time in your own timezone. That calendar is also updated frequently as the competition unfolds. That means that quarter, semi, final matches will be updated automatically. Scores will also be updated so you can keep track of the results of previous matches right from your calendar app.How to get the Champions League schedule on your calendar
We are an Apple blog, so I will detail how to get the Champions League schedule on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, but the steps are nearly identical whether you use a Windows PC or an Android smartphone. What matters most is the source of the calendar itself, and the data that will be fed into it.Add Champions League schedule on your iPhone, iPad, or other device
2) Tap the red Subscribe button.
3) You can then customize the calendar subscription a bit. For instance, you can change the title of the calendar, and the color of the events. I like to use green for obvious reasons. When you are all set, tap the Add button in the upper right corner.
You can now open your calendar app and go to February 14th where you should see the first games. If you don’t see anything, make sure the calendar you just subscribed to is selected inside of your calendar app.
When the competition is over, you can easily remove the calendar by launching the calendar app, tap the “i” button next to your Champions League calendar, and select Unsubscribe.
Setting yourself (and your organization) up for success means having a solid marketing plan.
You need a detailed strategy that identifies specific holidays and events you can leverage to maximize the impact of your brand.
But it’s so much work to create.
If only there were some incredible resources you could use. Like a ready-made calendar with all the holidays in one convenient, customizable, and easily referenceable table you could use to help you create your own 2023 marketing calendar…
Just think of how convenient it would be to identify National Weed Your Garden Day (June 13), Better Breakfast Month (September), or International Firefighters Day (May 4) with just a quick glance.
Maybe you didn’t even know holidays like NASCAR Day (May 19), World Tourism Day (September 27), and Meat Week (January 29-February 5) exist.
And you’re in luck – we’ve done all the work to create a marketing calendar template for you. And best of all, it’s free.Free Marketing Calendar And Template For 2023
Some marketers are like the ant in Aesop’s famous fable, planning for the coming year to ensure they’re moving into a new year with a defined and well-thought-out strategy.
And then there are the grasshopper types, who will suddenly recall mid-Christmas break that they don’t have anything on the calendar for 2023.
No matter which one you are, we’re here to help.2023 Marketing Calendar
Here is your marketing calendar for 2023. We’ve created a list of events, holidays, and celebrations, plus a handy template to help you market more effectively this year.
Much of the calendar is focused on the U.S. and Canada, with some major international and religious holidays.
Use the tab titled “All Holidays + Google Calendar” to Google Calendar.Your 2023 Holiday Marketing Calendar
This calendar is separated by month, so you can jump to whichever month you need:January
A new year means a new start.
Whether your goal is to stop smoking, lose those pounds you’ve accidentally packed on since Thanksgiving, or take a more positive view of the world, this is the time when it all starts.
And outside of new resolutions, you also have college football bowl games, the Sundance Film Festival, and National Hat Day to look forward to.
Weight Loss Awareness Month
National Blood Donor Month
National Thank You Month
National Hobby Month
National Hot Tea Month
Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month
National Slow Cooking Month
National Skating Mont
January 1-7 – Diet Resolution Week
January 1-7 – National Thank Your Customers Week
January 8-14 – Home Office Safety and Security Week
January 15-21 – Hunt For Happiness Week
January 16-22 – Sugar Awareness Week
January 22-28 – National School Choice Week
January 23-27 – Clean Out Your Inbox Week
January 29-February 4 – Meat Week
January 1 – New Year’s Day
January 1 – National Hangover Day
January 1 – Outback Bowl
January 1 – Rose Bowl
January 1 – NHL Winter Classic
January 2 – Science Fiction Day
January 3 – Festival of Sleep Day
January 4 – Trivia Day
January 5 – National Bird Day
January 5-8 – PGA Tournament of Champions
January 6 – National Bean Day
January 6 – Cuddle Up Day
January 7 – Orthodox Christmas
January 8 – Elvis’s Birthday
January 9 – College Football Playoff National Championship
January 10 – Golden Globes
January 10 – National Bittersweet Chocolate Day
January 10 – Houseplant Appreciation Day
January 10 – National Clean Off Your Desk Day
January 12 – Stick to Your New Year’s Resolution Day
January 13 – National Rubber Ducky Day
January 14 – Dress Up Your Pet Day
January 15 – National Hat Day
January 17 – Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day
January 17 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
January 18 – Winnie the Pooh Day (Author A.A. Milne’s birthday)
January 19 – National Popcorn Day
January 19-29 – Sundance Film Festival
January 20 – Penguin Awareness Day
January 20 – National Cheese Lover’s Day
January 21 – National Hugging Day
January 22 – Chinese New Year
January 23 – National Pie Day
January 24 – Compliment Day
January 24 – National Peanut Butter Day
January 24 – Community Manager Appreciation Day #CMAD
January 25 – Opposite Day
January 26 – Spouse’s Day
January 27 – Chocolate Cake Day
January 27-29 – Winter X Games
January 28 – Data Privacy Day
January 29 – National Puzzle Day
January 31 – Backward Day
Popular Hashtags For January:
Though it’s only 28 days long, February is jam-packed with events you can leverage for your marketing campaigns.
Spread the love on Valentine’s Day, celebrate the end of winter (or lament its continuation) on Groundhog Day, and do some good deeds for Random Acts of Kindness Week.
Need a few more ideas to flesh out your calendar? Scroll on.
Black History Month
American Heart Month
National Heart Month
National Weddings Month
National Cherry Month
February 5-11 – Children’s Authors and Illustration Week
February 9-15 – New York Fashion Week
February 12-18 – Freelance Writers Appreciation Week
February 12-18 – International Flirting Week
February 19-25 – National Pancake Week
February 14-21 – Condom Week
February 14-20 – Random Acts of Kindness Week
February 1 – National Freedom Day
February 2 – Groundhog Day
February 3 – Give Kids a Smile Day
February 3 – Bubble Gum Day
February 3 – Wear Red Day
February 4 – World Cancer Day
February 5 – World Nutella Day
February 5 – National Weatherperson’s Day
February 6 – National Chopsticks Day
February 7 – Send a Card to a Friend Day #SendACardToAFriendDay
February 8 – Boy Scout’s Day
February 9 – National Pizza Day
February 10 – Umbrella Day
February 11 – Make a Friend Day
February 12 – Lincoln’s Birthday
February 13 – Super Bowl Sunday
February 14 – Valentine’s Day
February 15 – Susan B. Anthony’s Birthday
February 15 – Singles Awareness Day
February 17 – Random Acts of Kindness Day
February 18 – Drink Wine Day
February 20 – Love Your Pet Day
February 20 – Presidents Day
February 21 – Fat Tuesday/Mardi Gras
February 22 – Ash Wednesday
February 22 – Washington’s Birthday
February 22 – Margarita Day
February 22 – Walk Your Dog Day
February 24 – National Tortilla Chip Day
February 26 – National Pistachio Day
February 28 – Floral Design Day
Popular Hashtags For February:
The beginning of spring, March Madness, and, of course, St. Patrick’s Day – who doesn’t love March?
Okay, that whole coming in like a lion thing is a little rough, but even on the coldest days, you can take heart that the worst is almost over.
Here are some holidays and events you can use to make your brand’s March a great one.
Women’s History Month
Music in Our Schools Month
Irish Heritage Month
American Red Cross Month
March for Meals
The Great American Cleanup
Ramadan begins on March 22
March 6-12– Girl Scout Week
March 12-18 – Campfire Birthday Week
March 13-19 – National Sleep Awareness Week
March 27 – Apr 2 National Cleaning Week
March 1 – Peanut Butter Lover’s Day
March 2 – National Read Across America Day (Dr. Seuss Day)
March 3 – World Wildlife Day
March 4 – Grammar Day
March 4 – Day of Unplugging
March 4 – Employee Appreciation Day
March 6 – Dentist’s Day
March 6 – Oreo Day
March 7 – Cereal Day
March 8 – International Women’s Day
March 10 – Popcorn Lover’s Day
March 12 – Daylight Savings
March 12– Girl Scout Day
March 12 – 95th Academy Awards Ceremony
March 13 – National Good Samaritan Day
March 13 – Napping Day
March 14 – Pi Day
March 15 – The Ides of March
March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day
March 17 – World Sleep Day
March 18 – Awkward Moments Day
March 20 – First Day of Spring
March 21 – World Down Syndrome Day
March 21 – International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
March 22 – World Water Day
March 22 – Ag Day (Agriculture Day)
March 22 – American Diabetes Association Alert Day
March 22 – First day of Ramadan
March 23 – Puppy Day
March 26 – Purple Day for Epilepsy Awareness
March 26 – Earth Hour Day
March 29 – Mom & Pop Business Owners Day
March 30 – National Doctor’s Day
March 30 – Baseball Opening Day
March 31 – Crayon Day
March 31 – Transgender Day of Visibility
Popular Hashtags For March:
Just listen to those birds singing and the bees humming – April is a time of natural rejuvenation.
Give your targets and customers a laugh with an April Fool’s prank, schedule an event around the Master’s tournament (or hit the links yourself), and show your love for our planet on Earth Day. Just don’t forget taxes are due on the 15th.
For more ideas, we’ve provided a list below.
National Volunteer Month
National Autism Awareness Month
Keep America Beautiful Month
National Garden Month
Stress Awareness Month
National Poetry Month
Ramadan ends on April 21
April 17-23 – National Volunteer Week
April 17-23 – Animal Cruelty/Human Violence Awareness Week
April 24-30 – Administrative Professionals Week
April 24-30 – National Princess Week
April 25-29 – Every Kid Healthy Week
April 1 – April Fool’s Day
April 2 – Palm Sunday
April 2 – Equal Pay Day
April 2 – World Autism Awareness Day
April 2 – National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day
April 3 – Don’t Go To Work Unless it’s Fun Day
April 3 – Find a Rainbow Day
April 4 – School Librarian Day
April 3-9 – Masters Tournament PGA
April 6 – National Walking Day
April 7 – Good Friday
April 7 – National Beer Day
April 7 – World Health Day
April 9 – Easter Sunday
April 9 – Winston Churchill Day
April 10 – Golfer’s Day
April 11 – National Pet Day
April 12 – National Grilled Cheese Day
April 15 – National Titanic Remembrance Day
April 15 – Tax Day
April 14-23 – Coachella Music Festival
April 17 – Boston Marathon
April 18 – Patriot’s Day
April 20 – Lookalike Day
April 21 – National High-Five Day
April 21 – Last day of Ramadan
April 22 – Earth Day
April 27 – Denim Day
April 27 – Administrative Professionals Day
April 28 – Take Your Daughter and/or Son to Work Day
April 28 – National Superhero Day
April 28 – Arbor Day
April 30 – National Honesty Day
April 30 – National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day
Popular Hashtags For April:
School is winding down, temperatures are heating up, and barbecue grills are being lit – it can only mean the arrival of May.
National Celiac Disease Awareness Month
Clean Air Month
Global Employee Health and Fitness Month
National Barbecue Month
National Bike Month
National Hamburger Month
National Salad Month
National Photo Month
Gifts from the Garden Month
Lupus Awareness Month
National Military Appreciation Month
May 1-7 – National Pet Week
May 1-7 – National Travel & Tourism Week
May 1-7 – Drinking Water Week
May 2-6 – Teacher Appreciation Week
May 6-12 – Nurse’s Week
May 8 – May 14 – Food Allergy Awareness Week
May 1 – May Day
May 1 – Mother Goose Day
May 3 – Thank A Teacher Day
May 3 – National Teacher’s Day
May 4 – Star Wars Day
May 4 – National Firefighters Day
May 5 – Cinco De Mayo
May 5 – World Password Day
May 6 – National Nurses Day
May 6 – Military Spouse Appreciation Day
May 6 – Kentucky Derby
May 8 – World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day
May 10 – National Receptionists Day
May 11 – Eat What You Want Day
May 14 – Mother’s Day
May 14 – World Fair Trade Day
May 15 – National Chocolate Chip Day
May 16 – Love a Tree Day
May 18-21 – PGA Championship
May 19 – NASCAR Day
May 20 – National Bike to Work Day
May 20 – Be a Millionaire Day
May 20 – Armed Forces Day
May 22 – Victoria Day (Canada)
May 25 – Red Nose Day
May 25 – Geek Pride Day
May 25 – National Wine Day
May 26 – Sally Ride Day
May 28 -June 11 – French Open
May 28 – Indianapolis 500
May 29 – Memorial Day
May 31 – World No-Tobacco Day
Popular Hashtags For May:
#StarWarsDay & #Maythe4thBeWithYou
#MemorialDay & #MDW
Summer, summer, summertime. June is the month when it finally starts to feel like summer.
Make your brand a must-have companion for planning a beachside vacation or hosting a cookout.
And don’t forget it’s also the month for LGBTQ+ Pride, Flag Day, and Father’s Day, along with all the other events listed here.
Men’s Health Month
National Safety Month
Acne Awareness Month
LGBTQ Pride Month
National Adopt a Cat Month
June 4-10 – Pet Appreciation Week
June 12-18 – Men’s Health Week
June 19-25 – National Camping Week
June 23-26 – Watermelon Seed Spitting Week
June 1 – Global Parents Day
June 2 – National Rocky Road Ice Cream Day
June 3 – National Donut Day
June 3 – Belmont Stakes
June 4 – Hug Your Cat Day
June 4 – National Cheese Day
June 5 – World Environment Day
June 7 – National Chocolate Ice Cream Day
June 8 – World Oceans Day
June 8 – National Best Friends Day
June 9 – Donald Duck Day
June 10 – Iced Tea Day
June 13-15 – Bonnaroo Music Festival
June 13 – National Weed Your Garden Day
June 14 – Flag Day
June 15-18 –U.S. Open PGA
June 18 – National Splurge Day
June 18 – World Juggler’s Day
June 19 – Father’s Day
June 21 – First Day of Summer / Summer Solstice
June 21 – National Selfie Day
June 22 – National Kissing Day
June 25 – National Take a Dog to Work Day
June 29 – Camera Day
June 30 – National Handshake Day
June 30 – Social Media Day
Popular Hashtags For June:
From pet safety tips for the Fourth of July to Amazon Prime Day, July presents lots of opportunities for savvy marketers.
So, celebrate your independence, gorge yourself on too many hotdogs, and celebrate your friends with one of many July-themed events.
Family Golf Month
Ice Cream Month
National Grilling Month
National Picnic Month
National Independent Retailer Month
National Blueberry Month
July 17-23 – Capture the Sunset Week
July 1 – National Postal Worker Day
July 1 – International Joke Day
July 1 – 23 – Tour de France
July 2 – World UFO Day
July 3-16 – Wimbledon
July 4 – Independence Day
July 4 – Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest
July 5 – National Bikini Day
July 7 – World Chocolate Day
July 8 – National Video Games Day
July 11 – National 7-Eleven Day
July 12 – Pecan Pie Day
July 13 – Rock Worldwide Day
July 13 – French Fry Day
July 16 – World Snake Day
July 17 – World Emoji Day
July 17 – National Ice Cream Day
July 19 – National Daiquiri Day
July 20 – Hot Dog Day
July 20 – National Moon Day
July 21-25 – Summer X Games
July 24 – Amelia Earhart Day
July 24 – Parents’ Day
July 26 – Aunt and Uncle Day
July 28 – World Hepatitis Day
July 28-30 – World Lumberjack Championships
July 30 – Father-in-Law Day
July 30 – International Day of Friendship
July 30 – Friendship Day
Popular Hashtags For July:
August means the hottest days, back-to-school and the return of football.
Whether you’re celebrating the end of summer or trying to finish your tan in the dog days, August means lots of opportunities for fun.
Here are some holidays and celebrations you can use for your August marketing calendar:
Back to School Month
National Golf Month
National Breastfeeding Month
Family Fun Month
August 1-7 – International Clown Week
August 6-12 – National Farmers’ Market Week
August 14-20 – National Motorcycle Week (Always 2nd full week of August)
August 14-20 – Feeding Pets of the Homeless Week (Always 2nd full week of August)
August 1 – National Girlfriends Day
August 2 – National Ice Cream Sandwich Day
August 3 – Hall of Fame Game/ NFL Preseason begins
August 4 – National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day
August 5 – International Beer Day
August 8 – International Cat Day
August 9 – Book Lover’s Day
August 10 – National S’mores Day
August 11 – National Son and Daughter Day
August 12 – Middle Child’s Day
August 13 – Left-hander’s Day
August 16 – National Tell a Joke Day
August 18 – Bad Poetry Day
August 19 – World Photo Day
August 19 – World Humanitarian Day
August 20 – National Lemonade Day
August 21 – Senior Citizens Day
August 26 – National Dog Day
August 26 – Women’s Equality Day
August 30 – Frankenstein Day
August 31 – National Trail Mix Day
Popular Hashtags For August:
The heat has finally broken, and Autumn has started to roll in – what better reason for dancing in September?
There are a lot of popular holidays and events you can leverage for marketing this month, including the kickoff of Hispanic Heritage Month, Grandparents Day, and, of course, Labor Day.
And if you forget to include National Talk Like a Pirate Day in your marketing calendar, someone may make you walk the plank, matey.
National Preparedness Month
National Food Safety Education Month
Fruit and Veggies—More Matters Month
National Yoga Awareness Month
Whole Grains Month
Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15)
Little League Month
Better Breakfast Month
September 10-16 – National Suicide Prevention Week
September 19-25 – Pollution Prevention Week
September 18-24 – National Indoor Plant Week
September 20-27 – National Dog Week
September 2 – World Beard Day
September 3 – International Bacon Day
September 4 – Labor Day
September 5 – Cheese Pizza Day
September 5 – International Day of Charity
September 6 – Read a Book Day
September 10– Grandparents Day
September 11 – 9/11
September 12 – Video Games Day
September 13 – Uncle Sam Day
September 15 – Greenpeace Day
September 15-17– Rosh Hashanah
September 16 – Constitution Day
September 17 – Citizenship Day
September 17 – Oktoberfest Begins
September 17 – Boys’ and Girls’ Club Day for Kids
September 18 – Wife Appreciation Day
September 19 – International Talk Like a Pirate
September 22–25 – Presidents Cup PGA
September 21 – International Day of Peace
September 22 – Car-free Day
September 22 – First Day of Fall
September 22 – Native American Day
September 23 – Checkers Day
September 27 – World Tourism Day
September 27– National Voter Registration Day
September 28 – World Rabies Day
September 28 – National Good Neighbor Day
September 29 – World Heart Day
September 30 – International Podcast Day
Popular Hashtags For September:
Get your trick-or-treat bags ready, fill up that pumpkin spice latte, and light up the bonfire – it’s October.
There’s so much more to this month than just Halloween. It also has Teacher’s Day, International Coffee Day, and the beginning of the World Series.
Take a look at some other marketing themes for this month:
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Bully Prevention Month
Adopt a Shelter Dog Month
Halloween Safety Month
Financial Planning Month
National Pizza Month
October 2-8 – Great Books Week (always the first full week)
October 2-8 – National Work From Home Week (always the first full week)
October 16-22 – Mediation Week (third week in October)
October 16-22 – National Business Women’s Week (third week in October)
October 23-31 – National Red Ribbon Week
October 1 – Coffee Day
October 1 – World Vegetarian Day
October 2 – Name Your Car Day
October 2 – Brow Day
October 3 – Oktoberfest Ends
October 3 – National Techies Day
October 3 – National Boyfriends Day
October 4 – National Taco Day
October 4-5 – Yom Kippur
October 5 – World Teacher’s Day
October 7 – National Kale Day
October 7 – World Smile Day
October 9 – Leif Erikson Day
October 9 – Columbus Day
October 9 – Indigenous Peoples’ Day
October 9 – Thanksgiving Day (Canada)
October 10 – World Mental Health Day
October 11 – It’s My Party Day
October 14 – World Egg Day
October 15 – Sweetest Day
October 16 – World Food Day
October 16 – Boss’s Day
October 17 – Spirit Day (anti-bullying)
October 22 – Make a Difference Day
October 24 – United Nations Day
October 28 – MLB World Series begins
October 30 – Mischief Night
October 30 – Checklist Day
October 31 – Halloween
Popular Hashtags For October:
Smell that crisp air, take in the beauty of changing leaves, and warm up around the fire pit this November.
The month in which we all give thanks, it’s also Peanut Butter Lover’s Month and Movember.
Kick off your marketing calendar with a Day of the Dead celebration, honor those who served on Veteran’s Day, and get ready for the big sales on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
National Healthy Skin Month
Gluten-Free Diet Awareness Month
National Adoption Month
National Gratitude Month
Peanut Butter Lovers’ Month
National Diabetes Awareness Month
November 7-13 – World Kindness Week (second week: Monday – Sunday)
November 13-19 – American Education Week
November 20-26 – Game and Puzzle Week
November 1 – Day of the Dead
November 1 – All Saint’s Day
November 1 – World Vegan Day
November 2 – Day of the Dead Ends
November 3 – Sandwich Day
November 4 – King Tut Day
November 6 – Daylight Savings Time ends
November 8 – Cappuccino Day
November 8 – STEM Day
November 10 – Marine Corps Birthday
November 11 – Veterans Day
November 12 – Chicken Soup for the Soul Day
November 13 – World Kindness Day
November 13 – Sadie Hawkins Day
November 14 – World Diabetes Day
November 15 – America Recycles Day
November 15 – National Entrepreneurs Day (third Tuesday of November)
November 16 – International Tolerance Day
November 17 – Homemade Bread Day
November 20 – Transgender Day Of Remembrance
November 23 – Thanksgiving Day
November 24 – Black Friday
November 25 – Small Business Saturday
November 27 – Cyber Monday
November 28 – Giving Tuesday
Popular Hashtags For November:
The end is in sight – you’ve made it to the last month of the year. But you know what that means, right? 2024 is right around the corner.
Send your year off in style with marketing campaigns dedicated to more than the holiday season. This is also the month featuring Nobel Prize Day, Bill of Rights Day, and the first day of winter.
And don’t forget to check back here for a handy guide to 2024 marketing content.
National Human Rights Month
Operation Santa Paws
December 7 – December 15 – Chanukah
December 26 – January 1 – Kwanzaa
December 1 – World AIDS Day
December 1 – Rosa Parks Day
December 3 – International Day of Persons with Disabilities
December 4 – Cookie Day
December 6 – St. Nicholas Day
December 7 – Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
December 9 – Christmas Card Day
December 10 – Nobel Prize Day
December 12 – Poinsettia Day
December 14 – Roast Chestnuts Day
December 15 – Bill of Rights Day
December 15 – National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day (Third Friday in December)
December 18 – Free Shipping Day
December 18 – Bake Cookies Day
December 20 – Go Caroling Day
December 21 – First Day of Winter / Winter Solstice
December 23 – Festivus
December 24 – Christmas Eve
December 25 – Christmas Day
December 26 – Kwanzaa
December 26 – Boxing Day
December 27 – National Fruitcake Day
December 31 – New Year’s Eve
Popular Hashtags For December:
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Deleting files on Android devices is fast, easy and almost always permanent. Undoing accidental deletion, on the other hand, is hard, takes a lot of time, and rarely recovers all your data. To avoid going down the data recovery path it’s best to set up a recycling bin on your Android device.
How to Recover Accidentally Deleted Pictures and Files From Your PC or SD Card.
Unlike Windows operating systems, Android devices don’t have a backup place to store deleted files as a safeguard before permanent deletion. You simply tap delete and they are gone. It doesn’t have to be this way though, by installing a third-party recycling bin app from the Play Store, you’ll be able to set up a little contingency plan for the times you have a case of deletion regret.How Do You Add a Recycle Bin to Your Android Smartphone or Tablet?
The app we are going to use is called Dumpster and is available from the Google Play Store. If you wish to try another recycling bin app, there are quite a few to choose from, however, Dumpster is one of the better-rated ones listed at the moment.
The way Dumpster works is quite simple, whenever you signal a file to be deleted it recognises the system change and diverts the file/files to its own location, then saves whatever you were going to delete. The files will remain here forever, taking up extra space on your device until you take action. There are two options at your disposal for doing this. Firstly, you can load into the app and delete the files manually from the main screen. Or you can go back to the Settings menu and set the Auto-Clean function to On.
With this function enabled, Dumpster will automatically empty itself either once per week, once per month or once every 3 months. Personally, I think that 1 week is plenty of time to realise if you have made a mistake.How Do You Recover Deleted Files With Dumpster?
With Dumpster storing the files you are deleting on your device, you now have the option to restore them if you need to. The same way as the recycle bin works on Windows. Simply open the Dumpster app to view the list of files that have been deleted on your device. Then simply select the file/s you wish to restore, tap the Restore button and Dumpster will send them back where they came from.
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Adding tooltip annotations is a great way to add extra information to your Google Data Studio reports!
Tooltip annotations provide direction and context to viewers and make the dashboards interactive.
In this guide, we will see how to add tooltip annotations to our charts, graphs, or reports in Google Data Studio (now called Looker Studio).
Here’s an overview of what we’ll cover:
Let’s begin.Why You Need Tooltip Annotations on Your Google Data Studio Dashboard
Tooltips are a user interface element that pops up when you hover over a component on the screen. They display additional information for the component, and they’re a great way to create meaningful yet decluttered data visualizations.
Tooltips can be used to display the definition or formula of a metric or show details about an actionable icon.
Let’s say that we have a table that shows the conversion rates for website landing pages.
This information is useful if we know what it means, but it can be kind of difficult to make sense of without any context.
This is where the tooltip annotation comes in! Check out this yellow “Attention” icon:
When you hover over this icon, it can provide additional information about the table.
Another sign that is used often is the Help sign.
Again, when you hover over it, it will pop up with some text in it.
This is known as the component. And this Tooltip/Popup component has two parts.
First is the knob or the icon, which is visible all the time. The second part is the popup that only gets visible when we hover over the icon on the knob section.
This helps us to save space on the report page and only present the information when the viewer wants to see that information.Adding the Tooltip/Popup Component to Your Google Data Studio
To add tooltip annotations to your own dashboard, start by entering Edit mode in Google Data Studio.
Next, go to Community Visualizations → Explore more → Build your own visualisation.
Since the tooltip component is not yet available publicly through Data Studio, we’ll need a different approach.
Let’s go to Test and add your community visualisation section and enter the following Manifest path from Siavak:gs://siavak-visualizations/popup
This gives you access to Siavak’s popup component. It gives you the freedom to place the popup anywhere on your report.
Once you add your component, you will need to assign a Data source and a Metric to the component. We’ll cover more on that later in this guide!
For now, we need to edit the Data source and make sure that the Community visualizations access is set to On.
Otherwise, the component will not work and will show an error message.Configuring the Tooltip/Popup Component
We will take our earlier example of a table for landing page conversions. Let us say we want to define the term “landing page” for people who don’t know what it is.
Firstly, we will place it near the Landing Page heading and resize it as per our requirements.
For this, we would want to access all the settings and configurations of the tooltip component.
So, let’s go to the Style tab.Component Visibility Setting
The first checkbox that we see here is Always Visible.
We will always keep this checked. It makes designing easier and we can see how the components look and feel in real-time as we go through the configurations.Chart Header Visibility
Let’s say we want to remove the menu on top of the component.
To do that, we’ll go to the Chart Header option and select Do not show.Bubble Content
The next option is the most crucial part of the popup component: the Bubble Content!
In our case, the Bubble Content is the definition of the Landing Page that we want to put.
So let’s add the definition for Bubble Content.Knob Configuration
Next comes the visual part of the component, the icon that is displayed. This icon is called the Knob Content.
A question mark seems appropriate here. But you can also put an emoticon, exclamation mark, or even add some text.
And if you think the text is too long, you can put an i for information.
The next configuration lets you decide the position of the knob.
You can place the knob on the Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left and Bottom Right of your tooltip box.
The next setting is Fill. This determines how the background of your popup is filled. You can fill the popup dynamically according to either the horizontal or vertical space filled by the text. Alternatively, you could also choose to fill the whole box or leave it entirely empty.
We can also check the Knob Overlay option to overlay the knob.Font Customization
Then comes the font customization of the component.
We can adjust the style, size, and family for the font, just like with the Google font components.Color Customization
Similarly, you have full access over the colors of the component!
You can change the Text Color, Background Color, Knob Color and Knob Background Color.
And finally, we can apply a border radius to the popup section just to make the corners a bit rounded.
That’s it! We’re done with the customization of the component.
When you’ve finished customizing your tooltip popup, you can go back and uncheck the Always Visible option.
Now, only the question mark will be visible unless you hover your mouse over it.
💡Top Tip: You can stylize the bubble content text using HTML tags.Adding a Conditional Popup
Conditional popups appear dynamically based on the values of your metrics. With these popups, you can tell at a glance if you’re achieving your goals.
You can use conditional popups to indicate whether or not you’ve hit your target across different dimensions.
In this example, my tooltip displays a green checkmark knob when the value of my metric has surpassed a certain amount.
You can also set opposing tooltips that demonstrate when your metrics are below target.
In this example, both the knob and the bubble content are different when my metric is below a certain value.
You can set up several levels with different tooltip popups as you need to make your dashboard dynamic and informative.
Here, I use one more popup to let me know if a metric is dangerously low and needs immediate attention.
So how do you set up conditional popups?
First, go into Edit mode.
We’ll leave the Bubble Content and Knob Content with the default values. Instead, this time we will focus on the Range setting and enable Range 1. (You can set up to five ranges.)
Under the metric that you’d like to have conditional popups, set up ranges according to Minimum and Maximum values. These are the ranges under which your conditional popups will appear..
From here, you can configure the component’s bubble content, knob, and style just like earlier.
And that’s all there is to it! Conditional popups are a really simple way to make your dashboards come to life with data.
🚨 Note: To further improve your dashboards, check out our top 3 Google Data Studio dashboard enhancements.Adding a Full Overlay Effect in the Popup Component
A full overlay effect is when the pop-up completely covers the entire group of components below and displays the bubble content to the user. It is one of the best ways to display more information in a small space, and is thus clean and effective.
Coming back to our example, we have an i at the top corner which is the Knob Content. If we hover on it, it pops up a tooltip with a full overlay effect.
It’s a really nice effect, isn’t it? But there’s a small problem with it.
To create this, you’ll need to resize it to exactly the same dimensions as the group of components. And that can sometimes be really time-consuming.
This full overlay also disrupts the viewer’s ability to interact with the charts below that.
But what if you don’t really care about the fancy aesthetic? If you want a properly functioning tooltip without compromising your report’s features, then I have a workaround for you.Using HTML to Create a Standard Tooltip
The creative solution is to put HTML under the tooltip. This creates a standard tooltip that doesn’t cover anything below it except for the area that is used to show the icon.
If you hover on the icon, you can see a standard browser-based tooltip.
Bear in mind, this also has its own limitations.
For example, we don’t have any control over the font size or colors or the background colors or any of the aesthetics. But we can show as much information as we want without worrying about spacing since it doesn’t cover anything below.
To set up a standard tooltip with HTML, go into Edit mode.
Then, use some nifty HTML and a link tag with an empty href.
It won’t be linked to any web page, but it uses the title attribute to actually place the text for the tooltip inside of it. And for the knob content, we can either put a text or an emoticon just like we did before.
And that’s how you create a standard tooltip!Summary
So that’s it!
You can use the tooltip component to show information on a chart without making a report cluttered and busy-looking. It’s a great tool to show information only when the user actually wants to know about it.
You can also set up conditional tooltips that behave dynamically. Lastly, you can use HTML to create a tooltip that doesn’t cover any components below it.
If you really want to improve your knowledge of GDS, I’d recommend learning more about the functions for calculated fields in Data Studio.
So you want to schedule tweets on Twitter for free.
There are a ton of Twitter Schedulers, but most of them are paid tools.
But what if you want to schedule your tweets for free without paying for anything?
In this article, you’ll learn how to schedule tweets on Twitter for free without the need for a scheduling tool.
The best part is—you don’t need to use a third-party tool.How to schedule tweets on Twitter for free
Twitter announced the launch of a tweet scheduler back on May 29, 2023 inside of the tweet composer.
Prior to the launch, if you wanted to schedule a tweet, you had to use a third-party tool to do so.
With the update, you can now schedule a tweet directly in the Twitter web app.
However, this is only available in the desktop version of Twitter.
If you’re using the Twitter app on your mobile device, you won’t be able to access the scheduler.
To bypass this, you can use Twitter on a browser (e.g. Safari, Chrome) on your mobile device.
The new scheduler allows users to compose a tweet, save it as a draft or schedule it for later.
It’s a seamless way to organize and send tweets in the future instead of coming up with one on the spot.
Surprisingly, not many users are aware of this feature because it’s still pretty new.
Here’s how to schedule tweets on Twitter for free:1. Open Twitter on your desktop
Go to chúng tôi on a browser.
Firstly, open Twitter web on your desktop.
Go to chúng tôi on your computer or on your mobile device.
If you want to use Twitter’s scheduler on your mobile device, you cannot use the Twitter app.
This is because the Twitter app does not support the scheduler.
When you compose a tweet in the Twitter app, there’s no function to save it as a draft or schedule it.
However, the web app has these features.
Your drafts and scheduled tweets will only sync with the web version of Twitter, and not with the app.
Hence, you need to visit Twitter on a browser.
Next, you need to compose a new tweet and use the calendar icon to schedule it.
After you’re finished with composing the tweet, take a look at the bottom navigation bar of it.
There are five different icons on the bottom navigation bar—the image, gif, poll, emojis, and a calendar.
The icon that you want to use is the calendar icon.3. Choose the date & time
Edit the date and time that you want to schedule your tweet.
The third step is to choose the date and time to schedule your tweet.
Under the “Date” form, choose the month, day, and year that you want to schedule your tweet.
You can schedule tweets up to a year ahead.
Next, choose the time that you want to schedule your tweet under “time”.
The last option is the time zone.
This is because the time zone will automatically be set based on your location.
So, before you schedule a tweet, make sure that the time you’re scheduling it is when your followers are the most active.
For example, if the majority of your followers are from the US, try scheduling the tweet at 9 am EST.
Use a time converter to check the 9 am EST time in your time zone.
Lastly, schedule the tweet based on the converted time.
Immediately after, you’ll see the message, “Your Tweet will be sent on Day, Date at Time”.
Congrats—you’ve learned how to schedule a tweet on Twitter for free!
You can repeat steps #1 to #4 again the next time you’re looking to schedule a tweet.Can you schedule tweets for free?
Yes, you can schedule tweets on Twitter for free.
Twitter launched a scheduling tool back on May 29, 2023.
Users can now schedule tweets in the Twitter web app without the need for a third-party tool.Can you schedule tweets on mobile?
You can only schedule tweets on the web version of Twitter.
The scheduling tool is not available on the Twitter app yet.
If you want to schedule tweets on mobile, you have to access Twitter on a browser.
Otherwise, you won’t be able to schedule tweets as it isn’t synced with the app.How do you see your scheduled tweets?
To see your scheduled tweets, you need to use the web version of Twitter.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how you can see your scheduled tweets:
You won’t be able to see your scheduled Tweets on the Twitter app as it isn’t synced.Conclusion
Scheduling tweets on Twitter is important as you don’t have to think of what to tweet on the spot.
If you want to get your content flowing, scheduling tweets is a great way to accomplish it.
In social media, consistency is key to growing your followers and engagement.
When you post quality content, people will naturally start following and interacting with your posts.
On the other hand, someone who doesn’t post at all wouldn’t grow as much.
If an idea for a tweet pops up, you can schedule it instead of noting it down.
This will prevent you from forgetting to tweet it.Further Reading
How to Make a Website like Twitter (5 Easy Steps)
50 Best Investors to Follow on Twitter
How to Put Your Instagram Link on Your Twitter Bio
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