In this article, we will show you how to make Google Calendar aesthetic. Simply follow the process below.
Follow these simple steps to customize your calendar's appearance and functionality to better suit your personal or professional needs.
Go to "Settings and Sharing" in your Google Calendar. Look for the color theme options. Here, you can browse through a variety of colors. Select one that you prefer and it will instantly update the color scheme of your entire calendar interface, giving it a fresh look.
To make your calendar more organized and visually appealing, click on any event you've created and select 'Edit.'
In the editing menu, you'll find options to change the event's color. Choose a color that represents the type of event, such as blue for work meetings or yellow for personal activities.
Switch to a more streamlined calendar view by selecting 'Schedule' (also known as Agenda View). This can be done from the view options usually located at the top right of the calendar. In this view, events are listed in chronological order without the traditional grid, making it easier to read your schedule for the day or week.
Enhance your Google Calendar by integrating additional calendars. Click on the '+' sign next to 'Other calendars.'
Select 'Browse calendars of interest.'
Here, you can add calendars like public holidays, sports events, or even moon phases. This adds more functionality and interest to your calendar.
Personalize how you receive reminders for each event. When you edit or create an event, look for the 'Reminders' section. Here, you can choose whether you want an email or a pop-up notification as a reminder and set the exact time for it (e.g., 30 minutes before the event).
To keep your calendar useful and tidy, periodically review and update it. Delete past events that are no longer relevant and adjust the details of upcoming events as needed.
We hope that you now have a better understanding of how to make Google Calendar aesthetic. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on how to transfer a Google Calendar to another account or our article on how to connect Google Calendar to Slack.