Ljhecht 1 year ago • updated by Michael J. Radwin 1 year ago • 1
I downloaded Hebcal for iPhone. For some reason, Chanukah does not appear. In past years, each day of Chanukah and how many candles to light was listed. I looked ahead to 2022 and see that Chanukah is not listed there either.
Customer support service by UserEcho
Hi, thanks for using Hebcal. I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble finding Chanukah in 2021 and 2022.
Can you check your calendar on iPhone and see if Chanukah is showing up as a timed event (vs an all-day event)? If you entered a location for candle-lighting times, you'll see Chanukah candles showing up in your Hebcal calendar feed as a timed event like this:
If you still can't find Chanukah, can you send the Subscribed Calendar Server URL of the Hebcal calendar you are using so we can inspect it on our servers?
If you subscribed directly on the iPhone, you'll find the URL on the Settings > Calendar > Accounts > Subscribed Calendars > Hebcal Jewish Calendar ... > Server.
If you subscribed via iCloud, you can open the Calendar app on macOS, then click the name of the Hebcal calendar on the left list of calendar names, then choose Edit > Subscription Settings... to get the URL.
The URL will start with https://download.hebcal.com/ or http://download.hebcal.com/