Sync your Google and Outlook calendars
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If you like Google Calendar but the only supported calendar at work is the Microsoft Outlook one, this tool is going to make your life much easier.
Google Calendar Sync is a software app developed by the Google team with which you can sync events between your Google Calendar and the Microsoft Outlook calendar. Synchronization works in several ways: either one-way from Google to Outlook, one-way from Outlook to Google or two-way between both apps.
When installing Google Calendar Sync you'll need to close Microsoft Outlook and also provide your username and password for your Google account. Once you've done that you're pretty much ready to go. Google Calendar Sync shows an icon on the system tray (which is really not that informative) and can be set to synchronize events according to a customized period of time. Also, events are fully editable inside Google Calendar's web interface.
On the downside, all the events I had in shared calendars were not successfully synced so I guess it only works with your own personal calendars.
Despite not working with shared calendars, Google Calendar Sync is still a very handy tool to keep both Microsoft Outlook and Google Calendar fully synced.
- Three ways to keep calendar synced
- Events are fully editable in Google Calendar
- Doesn't seem to work with shared calendars
- File size:
- 1.1 MB
- July 13, 2011
- Google | More programs (195)
- Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
- Other email tools > Outlook tools
User rating: 84 User reviews
Right now this is still the hands-down best way to sync your Google Calendar with Outlook 2010 or lower. I've been using Google Calendar Sync for a couple years and never had an issue with it crashing Outlook 2010. With Outlook open I have no problems synching manually or automatically.
This application has resolved the issue of spouse wishing to only use Outlook for her needs and at the same time see my Google calendar from her Outlook obsessive viewpoint. Thank you Google team for your support.