Master Time Management - Sync Calendars ๐Ÿ“†

Hey there! Managing multiple Google Calendars can be a bit tricky, but don't worry, I've got you covered. In this guide, I'll walk you through the steps to merge multiple Google Calendars from the same account. Let's get started!

To merge multiple Google Calendars, follow these simple steps:

1. Open your web browser and navigate to the Google Calendar website. If you're not already signed in, make sure to sign in with the Google account that has the calendars you want to merge.

2. Once you're signed in, you should see a sidebar on the left-hand side of the screen. Look for the section labeled "My calendars." Here, you'll find a list of all the calendars associated with your account.

3. To merge two or more calendars, hover your mouse over the calendar you want to merge and click on the three vertical dots that appear on the right-hand side. From the dropdown menu, select "Settings and sharing."

4. In the settings menu, scroll down until you find the "Integrate calendar" section. Here, you'll see an option called "Export calendar." Click on the "Export calendar" button to download the calendar file (.ics) to your computer.

5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each calendar you want to merge.

6. Now that you have downloaded the .ics files for each calendar, it's time to merge them. Head over to Calendar Geek (our awesome website) and use our iCal viewer tool. This tool allows you to import and view multiple .ics files at once.

7. On the iCal viewer page, click on the "Import" button and select the .ics files you downloaded in step 4. You can select multiple files by holding down the Ctrl (or Command) key while clicking on the files.

8. Once you've selected all the files, click on the "Open" button. The iCal viewer will then import and display all the events from the merged calendars in a single view. You can easily switch between different calendars using the sidebar on the left.

And voila! You've successfully merged multiple Google Calendars into one. Now you can easily manage and view all your events in a single calendar.

Remember, merging calendars is a one-time process, so any changes you make to the individual calendars won't be reflected in the merged calendar. If you want to keep your calendars in sync, you can explore other options like sharing calendars or using third-party apps that offer real-time syncing.

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 calendar merging!

Bernice Keeling
Digital Nomad Lifestyle, Cross-Platform Synchronization, Time Zone Management, Calendar Sharing

Bernice is a seasoned digital freelancer with an impressive knack for juggling time zones and platforms. She has honed her skills in coordinating and sharing calendars, and takes delight in imparting her expertise and experiences to others.