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The ical feeds only contain a few weeks in the future

I'm using the opsgenie .ical feed to import my shifts into my own calendar. This works great, but there is one small issue with this: the feeds only contain data which is a few weeks in the future. I would love to see way more data from the future, so I want the .ical feed to expose the coming 12 months, instead of the coming 4 weeks.

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Nick H Atlassian Team May 23, 2022

Hi @rogierl ,

It's not possible at this time to export a calendar for the next 12 months. It's only limited to 3 months currently.

"You can also choose to export the schedule periodically. Select Open calendar from the icon bar to export the next 3 months to your calendar, starting from the current month. At the end of the initial 3 months, Opsgenie will automatically keep exporting the next 3 months period from the schedule."

@nick thanks, I indeed use that function to "subscribe" to the opsgenie shifts. However, why is that feed limited to only 3 months? This doesn't really make sense. It would be better to have it expose the coming 12 months. For example, if a team with night-shifts want to plan the summer holidays, then they often have the need to see data > 3 months form now.

What is needed to extend the default time window exposed by the export feature?

Unfortunately it's not possible to extend the default time window 3mo>

And I'm not entirely sure why it's limited to 3 months either.

But we have an open feature request you can follow here: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/OPSGENIE-461

I'd recommend voting for the feature request, and adding yourself as a watcher. The more votes / watchers on a feature request, the higher likelihood engineering will consider adding it.

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Thanks for creating the story, @Nick H . Appreciate it!

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