The iPhone Calendar app is one of the best places to download memory. Since it comes pre-installed on your phone, you can also do away with Google's own Calendar app. But what about all the events and schedules carefully recorded in Google Calendar? You can quickly sync Google Calendar with your iPhone and stop worrying about it.
As another benefit, the iPhone calendar also works seamlessly with other apps under iCloud. Fortunately, Google Calendar is not in shock, so you can take these steps to sync Google Calendar with your iPhone calendar.
How to sync Google Calendar with your iPhone
The process described below is the same for every iOS device. Call up your iPhone or iPad and follow the steps below:
Step 2: Scroll down the list and select Passwords & Accounts . Select Add Account at the bottom of the list.
Step 3: Your iPhone displays a list of supported accounts. Select Google and you'll be taken to the Google sign-in page.
Step 4: Enter the email address and password for your Google Account. When finished, press Next .
- If you have Face ID configured, log in seamlessly.
- If your Google Account uses two-factor authentication, you must sign in to your Google Account so that you can generate an app password to set up the account on iPhone. For more information, see Google App Password Help Page.
Step 5: You will now see four sliders for synchronizing Mail, Calendars, Contacts, and Notes . If you just want to sync your calendar, turn off the others and keep only Calendars enabled.
Step 6: Touch Save to start syncing between Google Calendar and iPhone Calendar.
Keep in mind that some important features of Google Calendar will not work on iPhone calendars:
- Event email notifications
- Creating new Google calendars
- Room scheduler
How to sync multiple calendars with the iPhone calendar
There is a good chance that you have separated work and personal tasks with different Google accounts, and thus different calendars as well. You can add as many Google calendars as you want to your iPhone. Go through the steps above for each Google Account you want to use.
Different calendars are a better option, rather than having all your events and appointments in one place. And why not, when they are so easy to set up?
You can set one of your calendars as the default calendar. Any event you add to a calendar using Siri or other apps goes to the default calendar. To change it:
- Go to Settings> Calendar> Default Calendar .
- Select the calendar you want to use as the default calendar.
Okay, now you've added more than a single calendar to the iPhone Calendar app. Let's see how you can handle them without losing yourself in the noise.
View a Google Calendar on your iPhone
Open the Calendar app on your iPhone. Touch Calendars at the bottom of the screen. You can see a list of all Google calendars that are synced to your iPhone. This includes all private, public, and shared calendars linked to your Google Account.
When you sync multiple calendars with the iPhone, they can make your schedule look too busy. For example, a shared Google Calendar may not be relevant to you.
There are three ways to manage multiple Google calendars with the iOS Calendar app.
1. Select Google Calendar you want to sync
In your Google Calendar account, all calendars included under My calendars (see them on the left sidebar) will be synced with Birthdays retrieved from your contact list. Shared calendars must be selected individually. To do so:
- Sign in to your Google Account and go to the Calendar Sync page.
- Uncheck the calendars you do not want to sync.
- In the lower right corner, click Save . Update your calendar.
- Open the iPhone Calendar app and let it sync with Google Calendar.
You must repeat the process each time a new Google Calendar is shared with you.
2. Hide a calendar you do not want now
Calendars are synced in the background. But you may not always want to see all your calendars. You can temporarily hide some two steps:
- Touch Calendars at the bottom of the iOS Calendar app.
- Select calendars to hide or view. Hits Hide all or Show all to adjust them at once.
You will still receive all notifications from your calendars if set up. But you can only see the calendar when you remove it.
3. Color code your synced Google calendars
You can assign different colors to each calendar, making it easier to notice. Remember that events shown in List and views of the day are color matched to the calendar they are from.
In the list Calendars touch the circle red in next to the calendar you want to change. Select a default color to associate with the calendar in the next screen. Then press Done at the top of the screen.
Sync your iPhone calendar with Google Calendar
Synchronization between the calendars works both ways. Add an event to your iPhone calendar and it is instantly reflected in the default Google Calendar. Any event added like this will remain in your Google Calendar, even if you disconnect the two calendars in the future.
In the screenshot below you can see that I added a task called Open Old House to the iPhone calendar. It syncs instantly with the Google Calendar iOS app and web app.
What if you want to add an event but sync it to another Google Calendar?
- Touch the event or appointment.
- In the Event Details screen (shown below), go to Calendar and press to select another Google Calendar.  Select Google Calendar for events on iPhone "width =" 340 "height =" 428 "/>
The event syncs with the Google Calendar you selected, even if you want to move the event from one calendar to another is connected to your iPhone.
Synchronizing Calendars on iPhone Is Easy
The explanation took up quite a lot, but you will find that it only takes a few clicks to sync your calendars in these two different ecosystems. harmonious conditions that can help you stay organized even if you use different devices.
Of course, there are sometimes ripples in this coexistence. If you find that Google Calendar doesn't sync with your iPhone, then that's when you should browse through Google Calendar syncing with iPhone fixes.