Google Calendar is a free, useful calendar tool which is used by most Gmail users. The good news is that the open API for Google Calendar allows us to connect other services with it to share information.

On this page, we’ll highlight the various application connecting services which will enable you to connect Google Calendar to other services.

Google Calendar API Integrators

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Choosing the Best Connector for Google Calendar

For Google Calendar, you’ll want to consider the following to pick the right connector.

  • Compatibility: First, you’ll need to choose a connector which integrates with both Google Calendar and the other service which you’d like to connect. For example, if you want to send MailChimp campaigns to Google Calendar (adding an event in the calendar), simply choose a connector which connects with both.
  • Pricing: Connecting to Google Calendar is pretty common so just about any cost-effective connector will do.
  • Volume: Keep in mind the volume of connection actions (how many times each month you’ll need the connector to fire) will affect the price. In this example, if you have 10 Mailchimp campaigns per month, you’ll need an account which can support at least 10 actions (sending your data from one source to another) per month.

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Typical Connections

Google Calendar is commonly connected to other software and services including.

  • Google Sheets
  • Trello
  • Evernote
  • Gmail
  • Slack
  • Todoist
  • Asana
  • Airtable
  • Many others…