The interface has changed a bit over the years. In this video, Jess Stratton shows how to navigate the new Google Calendar interface.
- [Instructor] After pointing your browser … to calendar.google.com, … here's a quick tour of the interface. … Right now, I'm in week view, … and you can toggle through the next week … and the previous week with the arrow buttons. … At any time, you can click today … to get back to a view that contains the current day. … Over on the right, the magnifying glass contains … the search feature to search for a particular event. … The gear icon will let you get into the settings … and you can also find the trash folder … if you remove any calendar entries. … The down arrow next to week … will let you choose different views. … You can navigate through a day view, week, month, year, … even a special two week view. … You can also show whether or not you want to show weekends … and I'll be talking about that a bit more. … The grid icon will let you get back into other Google apps … like Gmail. … Your avatar icon on the far right … will allow you to add another Google account, … switch back and forth between it, …
- 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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