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Setting Up Task Feeds

A Task feed is a one-way push of your Tasks to an external calendaring application like Google or Apple iCal.  If you are an Outlook user you can bi-directionally sync your tasks to Outlook.  For more information on Clio Sync for Outlook, click here.  

To set up the Task Feed, go to "Tasks" and then "Feeds".  Here you will see the task feed link: 

iCal Users

If you use iCal (or Outlook and want to do feed) then simply click on the link with the green arrow:

When you click on the link you will see a pop up that looks like this - depending on your browser: 

Once you click on "Launch Application" you will see a confirmation window from iCal.  Click on Subscribe: 


Name your feed in iCal: 


Now you will see the Task Feed: 


Google Users

Right click on the link with the green arrow and copy the link address: 

Next, go to Google and in your calendar under "Other Calendars" click on the dropdown arrow next to "Add" and choose "Add by URL".  

Now, paste in that link address you copied from Clio and click on "Add Calendar": 

It can take some time for the initial feed to be set up, but when it is you will see the Task feed noted in Google: 

Once you have the Task Feed set up in Google you can rename the Feed so that you can easily identify it in your list using the Google Settings.



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