If you ever need a paper copy of your calendar, you can print one by week, month , or any date On your computer, open Google Calendar. Save as a PDF. If you use Google Calendar, chances are you've ignored the little "Print" button on the left side of the tabs at the top. It just pops a print dialog. Keep on top of your scheduling and manage resources better with Google Calendar Tips.

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Learn Google Calendar basics such as scheduling events, sharing If you're using Chrome browser, print this page and select the "Save as PDF" option. This tutorial explains how to sign up for Google Calendar, create an event, and perform other Go to and click on the “Sign in” link. 2. Any Sync software you're using or have used (e.g. Google Calendar 3) Hand enter the contents of the PDF to G/cal Involves an unknown.

One of the settings in Google calendar is called Events from Gmail. You can check the box marked Add automatically or you can leave it unchecked. Check that box and any event that arrives in your Gmail inbox will be added automatically to your Google Calendar.

Google will note the date and pull out any other relevant details, including some that you might not have thought to add yourself. Hotel reservations might include the check-in and check-out times.

If the airline changes the departure time or the restaurant changes the reservation time and notifies you by email,Google Calendar will update those details.

Events added from Gmail are also set automatically to private. You can make the event match your Calendar default so that people who can usually see the events on your calendar will be able to see the name and time of an event drawn from Gmail but only people who can make changes to your calendar will be able to see the rest of the event details.

And, you can choose to make an individual event public. Google will only take details from businesses involved in flights, hotels, restaurants and ticketed events such as concerts and movies.

Those emails must also come directly from the website itself. Adding events automatically from Gmail is very cool, but Google can do even more. Open Google. You might have to play with the phrasing. Click the Create event link and the event will be added to your calendar. Tapping on the screen a few times on the calendar website or app is likely to be faster and more convenient than writing in the search engine. More useful is the ability to add an event to your calendar using your voice.

Bring up Google Assistant on your mobile device and you can instruct it to add an event to your calendar.

Of course, you can do the same thing using the Assistant in Google Home. Press the plus icon on Google Calendar app and get three options. These include the option to set a goal, create a reminder, and create an event.

Neither of those options is offered when you click the same icon on the computer but one of them is available. First, a reminder appears on your calendar.

Press the plus icon and then the Reminder option. This offers a list of automated reminders. These reminders include booking a restaurant through making a phone call, sending an email, returning goods and canceling a reservation.

Each offers an automated list. In theory, you should be able to create a reminder with just a few taps and without ever needing to touch the keyboard. You need to enter your own event details and set your own reminders.

Sure, Google can take details from your Gmail. However, some other company still needs to put those details in the message or you need to do it when you make your booking. You can only set a goal on the app. Click the plus icon in the corner and choose the first option. Google will then offer a list of different goals that you might want to achieve and that demand time.

They include exercise, building a skill such as learning a language, meeting friends, setting aside time for yourself, and organizing your life. Choose one and Google will offer a list of options. You can enter your own custom goal.

Choose to learn a skill, for example, and Google will ask whether you want to learn a language, learn to code, practice an instrument or make art. Pick one of them and Google will offer another list, such as a list of languages, then ask you how often you want to practice, for how long and what time of day. It will ask you whether you want to do it in the morning, afternoon, evening or any time.

That can happen if you enter the second event at the same time as the goal or if you hit the Defer button when you receive the notification. You can also edit the goal by tapping the edit icon. If you decide to complete a session early, you can bring it up on the calendar and hit the Did it button. When you delete a session, you can choose between deleting just that single session or all following sessions and stop scheduling.

Also, the calendar learns. The feature uses a form of artificial intelligence to better understand your schedule. Hit the Q key and Google Calendar will present the event mini-form allowing you to enter an event for the current day. The more you use Google Calendar, the more useful it becomes. However, users will only open their calendars if they can see at a glance the information they need. Google offers a number of ways to change the view of the calendar.

On the Google Calendar website, the view setting is at the top of the page. The monthly view appears like this:.

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Next, select the arrows and you can go backward or forward a month at a time. After, choose the month and the year.

Nothing happens at all. Those options are pretty self-explanatory. One useful trick here is the ability to see multiple calendars in a single view. If you have access to the calendars of friends or colleagues, when you switch to Day view and bring up their calendars, you can see their days side by side. There are a couple more neat tricks that you can do to improve the appearance of Google Calendar on a website.

On the left of the screen on the Google Calendar website is a mini-monthly view.

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Click a date on that calendar and drag the cursor, and the main screen will show just those dates. What happens next though is a little less obvious. You can also remove this sidebar entirely. In the top left corner is an icon with three horizontal lines. Click that and the whole left sidebar disappears. On a mobile device, pressing that icon has a very different effect. Those views start with Schedule this time, then run from a single day to three days, a week and a month. You can also view different parts of the year with single key presses.

Pressing K or P will move you back through the year. Keys J or N will move you forward.

Pressing T will take you back to the current view of the year. Old-fashioned paper diaries work anywhere. That used to be true of Google Calendar too. When Google redesigned its Calendar in October , that option was missing from the new version.

Mobile does give you some options. In fact, Google gives you just two options. Click the Settings icon at the top right of the website.

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This gets you to Density and color. Modern with white text makes the text that appears on the colored event background white. The Classic color set uses black text. Every other aspect of the calendar looks exactly the same. You can also choose to make the design Responsive or Compact. Add more than four or five items to a day, and when you fill the space in the calendar, Google will add a link to see more.

Some users have found that the Compact view squeezes more items into the same space. In practice, it makes little difference.

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Adjusting the view of your Google Calendar can be a little fiddly. However, there are plenty of options to see your Calendar in exactly the way you want.

Google Calendar is oddly complex for a tool that has only a handful of features. But it could be even more complex. Compared to other time management tools Google Calendar still looks somewhat underdeveloped, despite its latest facelift.

Since the update, those features are not accessible. I however find it a little easier to use over Yahoo Calendar or Office Calendar. Google offers free products and sells the data collected from those products. However, it also sells some of its services to businesses, including its Calendar. In return, they get an extended version of many of the free services.

Additionally, they receive greater storage, an ad-free experience, and data loss prevention for Gmail and Drive. For example, a company with offices in London, Paris, and San Francisco could list available meeting rooms available at each.

They could assign video conferencing facilities, whiteboards, and other useful resources to each. Jason Savard makes Chrome extensions.

This includes a series of Checker Plus tools that make mini versions of Google services available from a browser button. You can enjoy easier access when using a computer. The range of notifications is longer. Click that icon, and you can compose and send your message right within that window, directly from the Gmail address associated with your account.

Save yourself time by emailing event invitees directly from the Calendar website. If you create a group event but then end up needing to back out of attending, Calendar has a way to let you transfer event ownership so the event can continue in your absence.

Then, you can type in the name or address of whomever you want to take over as the primary point of contact. By default, new events in Google Calendar last for an hour and include alerts 30 minutes before their scheduled start times—but you can customize both those settings and give events any default duration and notification schedule you like.

Got something that needs to be on your agenda on a regular, repeating interval? Calendar can handle recurring events and reminders with some impressively customizable parameters. Advanced alerts In addition to the usual notifications on the desktop and on your phone, you can ask Calendar to send you an email notification for any event.

That can be especially helpful if you spend a lot of time in your inbox and want to have a reminder that remains present until you archive it. After you've exported your events, you can import them into your primary Google Calendar.

Open Google Calendar on a computer. Note: You can only import from a computer, not a phone or tablet. In the top right, click the Gear icon and select "Settings".

Open the "Calendars" tab. Click "Import calendar" which is between the "My calendars" and "Other Calendars" sections. Click "Choose File" and select the file you exported.If you ever need a paper copy of your calendar, you can print one by week, month, or any date range you choose. At the top left, click Print. You can choose to start the week on Saturday, Sunday or Monday.

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If you're using the non-Apps version of Google Calendar accessing from google. ICS preferred or. This action won't change the number of days you see on the page, but it can make your calendar easier to read. Levels Member levels indicate a user's level of participation in a forum.

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