Google Calendar is an online calendar developed by Google. It allows users to create, share, and sync calendars across devices and integrate with other apps such as Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Keep.


Google Calendar was created in 2006 and gained its users (after leaving beta) in 2009. Since then, it has been used (especially) in conjunction with Gmail by individuals and small and large businesses. Currently, the application offers several features to its users:

Event creation – Google Calendar allows the creation of one-time and recurring events. The event description, date and time range, and location of the meeting can be added.

Event invitations – With the app, you can invite others to an event and track their confirmation/decline to attend.

Calendar sharing – You can share your calendar with other contacts to facilitate team collaboration (e.g., when scheduling joint meetings).

Notifications – With notifications set up, you will remember upcoming meetings.

Integration with other apps – Your user experience will be even better with other Google integrations.

Search – Google Calendar has a quick search feature that lets you find specific events based on keywords, dates, and other criteria.

Personalization – Do you like colors? You can also change the color of your calendar to red, add an image to events, or customize the calendar view to your preference.


A preview of the Google Calendar