How to add/subscribe Google Calendar into Outlook?
Let’s say you have created many appointments and events in your private Google Calendar, and now you want to import these appointments into Microsoft Outlook, how to deal with it? Add what if automatically sync the Google calendar items with Microsoft Outlook? In this article, I will describe how to add or subscribe your private Google Calendar into Microsoft Outlook step by step.
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This part will guide you to obtain the subscribing address of your Google Calendar on Internet.
Step 1: Access your Google Calendar on Internet.
You can get into your Google Calendar with opening the Google Home page, and then clicking button > Calendar at the upper-right corner. See screen shot left.
There is an alternative way to access your Google Calendar with clicking the web page address https://www.google.com/calendar
Step 2: If you have not signed up your Google account, it will skip to the Sign up web page. Please sign up your Google Account.
Step 3: Then you get into your Google Calendar. Move the mouse over your calendar name on the left bar, and then click the button > Calendar Settings. See screen shot:
Step 4: Go to the Private Address section, and click the green ICAL button. See screen shot:
Step 5: Then the subscribing address comes out. Please copy this subscribing address, and click the OK button.
If you have obtained the subscribing address of your Google Calendar, please go ahead and add it into your Microsoft Outlook.
Step 1: Open the Account Settings dialog box:
- In Outlook 2007, please click the Tools > Account Settings.
- In Outlook 2010 and 2013, please click the File > Info > Account Settings > Account Settings.
Step 2: Click the New button on the Internet Calendars tab. See screen shot:
Step 3: Paste the subscribing address you copied in the Step 5 of Part 1 into the following dialog box, and click the Add button.
Step 4: In the Subscription Options dialog box, enter a new name for this subscribing calendar in the Folder Name box, and click the OK button.
Step 5: Click the Close button to exit the Account Settings dialog box.
Shifting to the Calendar view, you will see your Google Calendar has been subscribed into Microsoft Outlook already.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoThanks for this. I tried it a few days ago and again today. Nothing appears in the Outlook calendar. I have tried it with two google calendars, now on two occasions. I note that if in Outlook Calendar I go to Home>Open Calendar>from Internet and then paste in the private address, I get a second calendar showing alongside the first. But I really want a) the calendars to integrate since I have two different google ones I want to show, and b) to be sure my work can see my whole calendar; otherwise I'd simply stick with google. Any ideas. Thanks.