There are lots of options for you to backup Kodi watched status on your media. Most of them work online, with a service on the cloud, where you can upload this information automatically via a Kodi addon. The Kodi MyEpisodeCalendar addon is no exception, and works via the online MyEpisodeCalendar service. This service is focused on TV shows, so you might not be able to use it if you want to backup watched media status for movies. In this case, you might be better off installing the Kodi Trakt Addon. [Read: Guide: How to use Kodi Trakt backup and restore]
Using the Kodi MyEpisodeCalendarAddon is easy. You just need to install the addon and then give it your login information for the MyEpisodeCalendar service. The Kodi MyEpisodeCalendar plugin will automatically keep your watched status marks updated, with little or no intervention from you, in a set-and-forget way. You can get the Kodi MyEpisodeCalendar addon from the official Kodi addon repository, where you can find it among other Kodi services. [Read: Guide: How to install and configure Kodi MyEpisodes Addon]
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How to install Kodi MyEpisodeCalendar addon?
From the Kodi main menu, head to
Install from repository. Click on
Kodi Add-on repository to browse the official addons you can install on Kodi.
Once you do that, you will find a list of addon categories you can add to your Kodi media center. Since Kodi MyEpisodeCalendar addon is a service, head to the
Services menu item. A list with all the services you can install on your media center will open. Scroll down until you find
MyEpisodeCalendar. Click it. A popup will appear, with several options. Click
Install to get this service added to your Kodi device. [Read: Guide: How to install and configure Kodi MyEpisodes Addon]
Wait a few seconds for your device to install Kodi MyEpisodeCalendar automatically. Once the installation is complete, you will see a notification on the bottom-right corner of your screen.
You have succesfully added Kodi MyEpisodeCalendar addon to your Kodi HTPC! All you need to do now is give it your account information for the MyEpisodeCalendar online service. To do this, simply head to
My add-ons ->
Services. A list with the installed services will appear. Scroll until you find
MyEpisodeCalendar, and then bring up its context menu (right-click or long-press, depending on your OS). Select the
Configure option. A dialog will appear, with several options you can configure for this addon. In the
General Settings tab, you will be able to specify your
password. Write the required information and press
That's it! You are now ready to use Kodi MyEpisodeCalendar addon and have your watched status marks automatically synchronized between your Kodi media center and your MyEpisodeCalendar account! You could also use the Kodi TVShow Time addon, if you have an account with the TVShow Time service instead. If you want to keep a local copy of your watched status marks instead, you could use the Kodi WatchedList addon. Not interested on keeping track of your watched media? Disable Kodi watched status logging, and focus only on watching your content. Kodi is fully configurable, even to the smallest detail, and you can make the most out of it with our tutorials!