It’s always good to have a Calendar next to you, especially if you spend lots of your time at a desk or really in an office.
You’re on this page most likely because you are a Notioneer and because you want to add integrate calendars in Notion, right?
Within this post, we are going to teach you all there is to know about integrating Google Calendars to Notion pages and websites.
Don’t worry, the process is really easy. Let’s see what it’s all about!
To integrate Google Calendars in Notion, you have to copy a calendars URL and paste it in a Notion embed block.
Therefore, in this guide, we’ll cover:
As usual, we‘ll start with the beginning.
Let’s visit the Google Calendar website and copy the shareable URL.
The image's credit from above goes to Google. Within the picture, you can see how you have to open the settings of your calendar.
Then, you want to make the "Make available to public" tick blue.
Once you've clicked "OK", click "Get sharable link" and copy that link.
For the next step, we should start making room for the Embed block in Notion.
To do that, you have to go to your favourite Notion page and type “/embed”, and then select the “Embed” block. Then, hit enter.
Next up, you want to drop the link copied at the first step or the guide right inside the Embed block. Once you’ve done that, hit the blue “Embed link” button.
You should then wait a few seconds for the embed to load, and see the embed working.
That’s it! Not so hard connecting Google Calendar to Notion, right?
For those of you who look for the short solution, here it is:
We can't say "Pick us!", but though, we recommend using our guide to integrate Google Calendar in Notion because we're explaining everything in-depth and with helpful images so you could see how everything works.
Thank you for reading this tutorial!