How to See Apple Calendar Events on Google Calendar

Introduction

Apple’s iCloud calendar on your iPhone and iPad makes it easy to keep track of everything you have going on in your busy life. And while Apple makes it easy to share your iCloud calendar with another iCloud user, it makes you jump through a few more hoops if you want to share your Apple calendar with a Google Calendar user. The only caveat is that your iPhone or iPad calendar will only appear as read-only to whoever you share it with, and other users won’t have the ability to edit it. Examples of all instructions in the steps can be seen in the YouTube video below.

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Steps to See Apple Calendar Events on Google Calendar

  1. Launch the Calendar app on your iPhone or iPad, and then tap “Calendars” on the screen. The Show Calendars screen is displayed.
  2. Tap the Apple calendar you want to share in the iCloud section at the top of the screen. You’ll land on the Edit Calendar screen.
  3. Scroll down the screen until you see Public Calendar, and then tap the toggle to the right of Public Calendar to turn it on. You’ll see a Share Link button now appear beneath Public Calendar.
  4. Tap “Share Link.” A window pops up asking how you want to share the link to your public calendar. You can choose to share it via email, a messaging service, or other available options. In this example, I’ll choose to email the link.
  5. Open a web browser and navigate to calendar.google.com. To be clear, you can’t do this through the Google Calendar mobile app, so you have to do it through a web browser. Click the “+” sign next to Other Calendars in the list of options on the left side of the screen to open a menu.
  6. Click “From URL” in the menu. You’ll land on the From URL part of the Settings options.
  7. Paste the link that was emailed from your shared iPhone or iPad iCloud calendar in the URL of Calendar field, and then click “Add Calendar.” A read-only version of your iCloud calendar will now appear in that person’s Other Calendars section for them to view your iPhone or iPad iCloud Calendar in their Google Calendar.

About Max

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