Enter a date, click to copy, then paste your calendar.
monospace calendar – only works with monospace fonts like "Courier" and in code blocks on sites like reddit
monospace calendar with week days – only works with monospace fonts like "Courier" and in code blocks on sites like reddit
universal-monospace calendar - works well pretty much everywhere online.
enclosed alphanumerics and dingbat calendar – some characters render as emoji
unicode alphanumerics sans-serif calendar – works pretty much everywhere online
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While this tool was created for no particular reason (I was sick in bed for three days and needed a low-pressure project), it does have some real uses.
Perhaps you're a doomsday prophet or your birthday is coming up? If so, these calendars are an unusual and eye-catching way of drawing attention to your event.
You may want to post multiple links for an event, allowing customers to skip a step by choosing a date directly from social media or email.
The circus is in town and it's fully booked, save for three nights.
The vast majority of email clients will render these correctly. Just make sure you select the typeface Courier New if you're using one of the monospace calendars. It will render correctly on all devices.
The bottom three calendars will render fine almost anywhere online, though some social media sites will show some of the enclosed alphanumeric characters as emoji.
Luckily, that only applies to the ⓤⓖⓛⓘⓔⓢⓣ calendar that you probably won't use anyway.
The monospace calendars won't render properly on social media sites, except in code blocks on sites like Reddit.
Let me know if you find any more uses for these.
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