Windows 11 and Windows 10 are popular operating systems offering versatile features. Windows has its own Calendar app that helps you stay on top of meetings, plans, holidays, and other important reminders. The calendar app essentially helps to organize your work easily by saving time and aids in getting most of it every day. However, our daily life often requires us to maintain multiple calendars that can serve multiple tasks. Most of us like to maintain separate calendars for personal and business use.
With plenty of calendar apps available today, most of us use multiple calendars that serve different purposes. There are plenty of Calendar apps that you can use to track all your events, business tasks, appointments, and other commitments.
If you are a fan favorite of Google Calendar, you may already be using it to keep your day organized. Maintaining multiple calendars is a daunting task and requires you to shuffle between the Google Calendar and Calendar app in order to keep track of the daily reminders. None of us would want to miss out on important reminders from both the calendars and the apt thing to do in this case is to import your Google Calendar into Windows Calendar app. In this article, we explain how to create events on your imported Google Calendar in the Windows Calendar app.
Create an event on Google Calendar in Calendar app
To create an event, one must manually select the calendar to add the events.
Go to Start menu and click on the Calendar app.
Navigate to Settings and select Manage Accounts.
Click Add account and select Google.
Enter your email address and password.
Tap the Sign in button and click Allow to import the Google calendar.
Now launch the Calendar app and select the date you want to add as an event.
Give the name of the event.
Select the option All day if you want the event to appear throughout the day in your Calendar.
Enter the desired start and end time.
Enter your location in the Location field.
Besides the Calendar, click on the drop-down menu.
Select Google Calendar to create an event in Google Calendar and click Done.
Depending on the sync settings, the events on Google Calendar will be synced to your Calendar app.
Now read: How to sync Google Calendar with Windows Mail App.