Zapaday is a cross between a public calendar, a global news website, and Wikipedia. Developed for everyone who wants to know what’s going on in the world around them, Zapaday helps people plan ahead for upcoming events and track the news topics that matter most in their lives.
The Zapaday platform is completely customizable, so the way you use the service will depend on your individual interests and needs. Head over to Zapaday.com and start browsing through the site to get a better sense of how it’s laid out. In addition to tracking more than 4,000 news sites and calendars, Zapaday also publishes the events and items its users submit. Just create an account, click on an article, and check out the event details Zapaday has listed. Events on Zapaday range from Presidential visits abroad, to art gallery openings and sporting events. To narrow down the news you’re viewing, search through items by keyword, date, or year. If you see an event with missing or incorrect information, no worries. Just edit the information like you would on Wikipedia and click save.
Calendar events from Zapaday can be exported to Outlook, Google Calendar, or a mobile phone at any time, and users can actually start their own calendars on the Zapaday system by importing existing events that have been listed on the site. Zapaday can help people see what’s coming up on a local and global scale, and it can be a useful tool for journalists, marketers, and analysts who depend on staying up-to-date on all the latest happenings nearby. It’s also useful for public relations professionals and event planners looking for ways to promote upcoming events they’re hosting.
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