In this article, we will show you how to use a Google Calendar as a planner. Simply follow the process below.
Follow the simple steps below to use a Google Calendar as a planner.
Begin by creating a new event. Simply click on the date in Google Calendar, then use the 'Create' or '+ Create' button. Enter the event details like name, location, and time.
Enhance your event by adding more information. Use the event creation window to include descriptions, guest invites, or set the event as recurring.
Ensure you don't miss events by setting reminders. Click on an event and select 'More options.'
Choose your preferred reminder method and timing.
Share your calendar for better coordination. Click the three dots next to your calendar.
Choose 'Settings and sharing', and set your sharing preferences.
Share with specific people by selecting 'Add people and groups' or make it public for broader access by ticking the checkbox next to 'Make available to public'.
Organize various aspects of your life by creating multiple calendars. Click '+' next to 'Other calendars.'
Select 'Create new calendar.'
Customize your new calendar by adding a name, description and modifying time zone settings.
Quickly identify different events by color-coding. Click on an event, select 'Edit.'
Choose a color that represents the type of event or its priority.
Add locations to your events for efficient planning. When creating or editing an event, use the 'Location' field to help with travel planning and directions.
Expand Calendar's functionality by syncing with other apps. Select the gear icon and click 'Settings.'
Click 'Add Calendar', and select options like 'From URL' for integration.
Choose the best view for your needs, such as 'Agenda' or 'Week'. Find these view options at the top right of the calendar for a customized scheduling perspective.
To change an event, click it and select 'Edit'.
After making updates, save them.
To delete an event, click on it and select the trash bin icon.
A confirmation prompt will appear.
We hope that you now have a better understanding of how to use a Google Calendar as a planner. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on how to sync Outlook and Google Calendar or our article on how to transfer Google Calendar to another account.