Master the Art of Calendar Consolidation - 🗓️ Sync Like a Pro

Hey there! If you're looking to merge multiple Google calendars, you've come to the right place. Managing multiple calendars can be a bit overwhelming, but with a few simple steps, you'll be able to merge them seamlessly. Let's dive in!

First things first, to merge your Google calendars, you'll need to use the Google Calendar web interface. Unfortunately, the mobile app doesn't currently support this feature. So, open up your favorite web browser and head over to

Once you're in Google Calendar, follow these steps:

1. Export your calendars: Start by exporting all the calendars you want to merge. To do this, click on the settings gear icon in the top-right corner of the screen and select "Settings" from the dropdown menu. In the left sidebar, click on the "Import & export" tab. From there, you can export each calendar individually by clicking on the "Export" button next to each calendar's name. Save the exported files to your computer.

2. Create a new calendar: Now, it's time to create a new calendar that will serve as your merged calendar. To do this, click on the "+" button next to "Other calendars" in the left sidebar. Choose "Create new calendar" and give it a name that reflects the merged content.

3. Import the exported calendars: To import the calendars you exported earlier, click on the settings gear icon again and select "Settings." In the left sidebar, click on the "Import & export" tab. Now, click on the "Select file from your computer" button and choose the exported file for the first calendar you want to merge. Select the newly created merged calendar from the "Add to calendar" dropdown menu. Repeat this step for each exported calendar file.

4. Review and clean up: After importing all the calendars, take a moment to review the merged calendar. You might notice that events from different calendars are now combined in one place. If you want to make any changes, you can edit or delete events directly in the merged calendar.

5. Share and sync: Lastly, if you want to share your merged calendar with others or sync it across different platforms, click on the three-dot menu next to the merged calendar in the left sidebar and select "Settings and sharing." From there, you can adjust the sharing settings and get the calendar's URL to import it into other calendar applications.

And voila! You've successfully merged multiple Google calendars into one. Now you can enjoy a consolidated view of all your events and appointments in a single calendar.

Remember, merging calendars is a one-time process, so any changes you make to the individual calendars won't automatically reflect in the merged calendar. You'll need to repeat the export and import steps if you want to update the merged calendar with new events.

I hope this guide has been helpful to you. If you have any more questions or need further assistance, feel free to reach out. Happy merging!

Damon Cartwright
Software Development, Testing, Calendar Apps, Tech, Coding

Damon is a proficient software engineer who specializes in creating and optimizing calendar applications. The brains behind our innovative iCal viewer, he is constantly on the hunt for ways to enhance its features. Damon is passionate about imparting his technical expertise on calendar applications and providing tips on maximizing their utility.