Niagara's Calendar Widget
Niagara Launcher displays upcoming events directly on your home screen. To enable that, long-press on the date, tap on Calendar > Show upcoming events > Enable (requires Niagara Pro). Moreover, you can tap on the date to open your calendar schedule.
Frequently asked questions
Which calendar apps does Niagara's agenda widget support?
Niagara Launcher does support a large variety of calendar apps. In fact, every calendar that uses Androids Calendar Provider API works in combination with Niagara Launcher (now including Outlook).
How Can I show events from Outlook in Niagara's calendar agenda?
Sure! Open Outlook and navigate to your account within Outlook's settings. Then, tap on "Sync calendars":
Reminders/Tasks from Google Calendar don't show up.
Unfortunately, Google doesn't provide other apps access to their reminders and tasks via the Android calendar system.
A few calendar events are not showing up.
Calendar apps don't necessarily make changes to your calendar available to other apps immediately. Here are some steps that might help:
- If you're using Google Calendar, open Google Calendar and tap on the three dots on the top right and then on Refresh. Other calendar apps should provide a similar way to open refresh your calendar.
- Restart your device, open your calendar app afterward and repeat the first step
- Clear the data of your calendar app (if the previous steps didn't help)
If that doesn't work either, please check if the events show up in third-party calendar widgets like "Another Widget." If the widget shows calendar events, Niagara Launcher does not show, please contact us about this problem (email@example.com). If not, please contact the developers of your calendar app.
How can I set which calendar app opens when tapping on a calendar event?
Android lets you set you a default app that opens every time you tap on an event. To change your default app, long press on the current app, which is set as default, tap on the "i" on the top right, and scroll down to "Open by default." Then select "clear defaults," and Android will ask you again which app you want to open when tapping on the date.
I want to filter out some calendar events.
That's possible with Niagara Pro: Niagara Settings > Features > Niagara widget > Calendar > Filter events.
How can I show my contacts' birthdays?
With the contacts added to your phone, you can edit contacts and their birthdays. After that, open Google Calendar (or another calendar app of your choice) and make sure that the birthday is shown there. If birthdays are shown in your calendar app but not in Niagara Launcher, open the calendar app again, uncheck "Birthdays," and then recheck it (You can find the option in Google Calendar when you tap on the menu icon at the top light and scroll down the menu that opens). Moreover, tap on refresh (also on Google Calendar, accessible through the three dots at the top right) if birthdays are still not showing up.
I want to open my calendar app directly when tapping on the date.
You can disable Niagara's calendar agenda that will open up when tapping on the date below your favorites. To do that, enter the secret command "/legacycalendar" (entering it a second time will toggle the legacy mode off again). Here's how to execute secret commands. To access Niagara's weather forecast, you can hold on to the date that will now open your agenda & weather forecast. If you don't want to see your calendar events there and also not the reminder that you can see them there, deny Niagara Launcher the calendar permission and tap on "don't ask again" or "deny forever" when asked.
Why is there no option to disable all-day events?
For simplicity, Niagara Launcher's widget always shows you the same calendar events as Niagara's calendar agenda sheet. However, the widget prioritizes non-all-day events. If you don't want to see all-day events in Niagara's calendar widget, we recommend putting them in another sub-calendar and filter it out via Niagara's calendar settings > Filter events.
Tapping on a calendar event shows an error.
This is a known issue with Outlook. We believe Outlook causes this issue because we also can't open its calendar events with other calendar widget apps (e.g., Another Widget). If there's an app that can forward you to Outlook from an event, please let us know. To work around the issue, you can install another calendar app (e.g., Google Calendar) and open and edit Outlooks events with it instead.