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Other Feeds

Meetup hosts an extensive selection of feeds readily available for syndication. Some feeds don't require an API key to access the info, and are available in either RSS, Google, Outlook, or iCal calendar formats.

For some types of applications, consuming raw syndicated feeds is the simplest path to Meetup integration.

  • Group Calendar Feeds

    You can get a feed of the upcoming events for a group in iCal format with

    Replacing group_urlname with the urlname of the target group.

    Calendars belonging to groups with private content are restricted to member-only access. If you are a member of a private group, you may access your group's calendar by appending your API key to the url

    You can also subscribe to a Meetup Group's event and rsvp feeds from the Group's homepage under the Calendar tab.

  • Member Calendar Feeds

    You can find a link to your member-specific feed of Meetup events you are attending. To get this link, just login to and click on the "Export to…" link below the calendar on the Meetup homepage.

  • Activity Calendar Feeds

    A feed of site activity is also available as a general API in Atom, RSS, and other standard API formats. More documentation on this feed can be found here.