Google Calendar is a web-based scheduling and time-management tool developed by Google. Users can create, edit, and manage events, set reminders, and share calendars with others. It seamlessly integrates with other Google services, such as Gmail, making it easy to schedule events and receive notifications.
The platform offers various viewing options, including day, week, month, and agenda, for efficient navigation and organization. Users can create multiple calendars, color-code events, and invite others to collaborate. With its user-friendly interface and cross-platform accessibility, Google Calendar has become a popular choice for individuals and organizations to keep track of their schedules and coordinate activities effectively.
Google Calendar is a great way to keep track of your appointments, events, and tasks. But what if you want to keep track of someone else’s calendar? That’s where public Google Calendars come in.
Public Google Calendars are calendars that anyone can subscribe to. This means that you can see all of the events that are on the calendar, just like you would see your own events.
Below you’ll find a step-by-step process of subscribing to a public Google Calendar.