Effortlessly sync iCal & Google Calendar - 📅 Simplify your scheduling

Hey there! If you're looking to share your iCal with Google Calendar, you've come to the right place. I'm here to guide you through the process step by step. Let's get started!

To share your iCal with Google Calendar, you'll need to follow these simple steps:

1. Export your iCal: First, you'll need to export your iCal from your current calendar application. This step may vary depending on the app you're using, but generally, you can find the export option in the settings or preferences section. Choose the iCal format (.ics) for the export.

2. Import the iCal to Google Calendar: Now, head over to your Google Calendar. On the left sidebar, you'll see a section called "Other calendars." Click on the "+" icon next to it and select "Import." Choose the iCal file you exported in the previous step and click "Import."

3. Customize your settings: After importing the iCal, Google Calendar will ask you to customize the settings for the imported calendar. You can choose the calendar name, color, and other preferences. Take a moment to set it up according to your preferences.

4. Share your iCal with others: Once you've imported the iCal, you can easily share it with others. To do this, click on the three dots next to the imported calendar in the "Other calendars" section. From the dropdown menu, select "Settings and sharing." In the "Access permissions" section, click on "Add people" to share the calendar with specific individuals or groups. You can also generate a shareable link to allow anyone with the link to access the calendar.

5. Sync your iCal with Google Calendar: If you want to keep your iCal and Google Calendar in sync, you can set up a two-way sync using third-party apps like SyncGene, Calendar Sync for Google Calendar, or Sync2. These apps allow you to automatically sync events between your iCal and Google Calendar, ensuring that any changes made in one calendar are reflected in the other.

And voila! You've successfully shared your iCal with Google Calendar. Now you can easily manage and access your iCal events alongside your Google Calendar events.

Remember, sharing your iCal with Google Calendar allows you to collaborate and stay organized, whether it's for personal or professional use. So go ahead and give it a try!

Happy scheduling!

Liliane Rosenbaum
Organization, Time Management, Productivity, Calendar Apps, Lifestyle

Liliane is a seasoned professional in the field of organization and time management. With over 8 years of experience in exploring and experimenting with diverse calendar applications, she relishes in imparting her knowledge and strategies for effective scheduling and time management. Liliane firmly believes in the transformative power of a well-structured calendar in both personal and professional aspects of life.