Your plans, at your fingertips
Google Calendar brings all of your calendars together in one place, so you can manage work, personal life, and everything in between.
Add a task
Add your task from right in Google Calendar, Gmail, or the Google Tasks app.
Set a due date
Pick the day or time you’ll want to complete the task by.
Check it off
Mark your tasks as complete to keep track of what you've accomplished.
A smarter way to schedule
Save time scheduling meetings by layering multiple calendars in a single view. Plus, keep everyone in the loop with shared calendars.
Stay on top of your plans
When you get an email about an event, like a concert, flight, or reservation, Google Calendar automatically adds it to your schedule.
Can I migrate and sync all my calendars?
Yes. Calendar migration options are available for many types of calendars, including both Microsoft® and IBM®. For more information on the tools available for data migrations into Google Workspace, see Migrate your organization’s data to Google Workspace. For information on allowing Microsoft Exchange and Google Calendar to work together, examine the Calendar Interop tool.
Is the information I have on my Google Calendar safe?
We focus on keeping your information secure in Google Calendar. To help you create and view your calendar entries, they’re stored in our world-class data centers. Your Google Account comes with built-in security designed to detect and block threats like spam, phishing and malware. Plus, you can always control your privacy settings in your Google Account.
Does Google Calendar offer appointment scheduling?
Can I create a Google Calendar for a group?
Yes. You can create a calendar that's accessible to everyone in your organization (or a subset of users). For example, you might want a group calendar for events like team holidays and regular meetings.
How do I add a location or meeting room to a Google Calendar invite?
If you have a Google Account through your work, school, or other group, you can add meeting rooms and other resources (like projectors) to your event. You can add a location to any event by clicking “location” when creating the event.
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