Open a free Keep&Share account & start keeping your calendar online — it’s easy, convenient, and makes keeping track of it all much easier!
Plus it's easy to share with anyone and print your calendar.
Access & edit your calendar from any device, anywhere, 24/7. Keep&Share is a 100% web-based cloud system.
Customize your events with icons, times, durations, links, colors, text formatting, and pages of notes.
Customize your event color combinations and tags to color-code actives, appointments, and holidays. You can group events by type, location, and more.
Invite others to view your calendar, whether or not they have a Keep&Share account. Share your calendar privately or publicly.
Create events that last multiple days and can repeat every day, week, month, or year — or even on advanced schedules like the first Friday of the month.
Keep&Share is 100% free: no subscription of any kind is required. And by the way, we do not add advertising in your calendar nor do we alter them in any way.
Never miss another appointment — set up automatic email reminders for events for yourself, or for other coworkers or friends.
Our calendars print beautifully in the calendar view of your choice (Day, Week, Month, Year, and Event).
Multi-layered sharing & privacy options keep you in control of "Who sees what" at all times.
You can turn on conflict detection in your calendar so that you never have another double-booking.
Make your event times stand out clearly by putting them in bold, italics, or in specific colors.
You can break your day down into individual time slots. Choose what time your day starts, ends, and view your events in intervals in as little as 10 minutes, or as much as 2 hours.
K&S is a fantastic calendar system. Much more flexible than others, but the greatest thing is one of the simplest and most intuitive, and that is the ability to customize the look of each appointment you put it.
The color, the outlines, the icons all make it very easy to see — at a glance — how many appointments you have for various projects, or you could color code them by people, or whatever. It really makes things easier.