You may need a recurring event. In this video, Jess Stratton shows how to create events that happen more than once and an event that spans the entire day.
- [Instructor] It's very common to have an event … that happens more than once. … Let's take our swimming lessons example … that we created in the last video. … I color-coded all the ones that I created … so that we can find them easily. … A swimming lesson isn't something … that's only going to happen once, … it's going to be on a regular basis, … such as weekly or daily. … We don't have to create events every day for them. … We can create a recurring event. … To do that, we first need to edit it. … I can either click once and then open the pencil icon, … or I can also double-click the event. … It's going to open it up in that larger dialog box. … Click the down arrow next to does not repeat. … It gives me some sample times to choose from. … For example, does it occur daily, … weekly every Thursday, … monthly on the first Thursday, even annually. … I'm going to choose custom. … The first thing I need to decide is … whether it happens once a week, … or I could bump it up to two, three, or four. …
- Navigating Google Calendar
- Creating events, including all-day and repeating events
- Inviting guests
- Adding rooms and resources
- Responding to invitations
- Creating secondary calendars
- Sharing calendars
- Searching for events
- Working with the Google Calendar mobile app
Skill Level Beginner
1. Get Started with Google Calendar
Explore the interface3m 35s
2. Create and Edit Events
3. Respond to Invitations
4. Create Additional Calendars
5. Share Calendars with Others
Subscribe to an ICS calendar2m 15s
6. Mobile App and Desktop Access
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