You can add additional calendars. In this video, Jess Stratton shows how to subscribe to iCal format calendars and browse other interesting calendars by Google.
- [Presenter] In addition … to adding another Google account Calendar as an overlay … to yours, you can also subscribe … to a non Google account Calendar. … It needs to be an iCal format … which ends with the file extension .ics. … This file format is a generic internet calendar. … So if somebody else uses a different calendar program … than Google then it allows them to share … out their calendar in this ics format, … you can subscribe to it and see to adhere on yours. … To add these calendars, … click the plus sign next to other calendars … and then click from URL. … Is going to allow you to paste in the URL. … Now something needs to share that for you … or if you find it on the internet, … it needs to end in that .ics format. … You can paste it in and then click the Add Calendar button. … After that, it's going to show up. … For now though, I'm going to click the back button … on settings and let's do this one more time … with a public Google Calendar. … I'll click the plus sign again. …
- 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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