Updated March 2017 with additional steps for un-syncing calendars. If you accepted an invitation from someone to share a Google calendar but aren't seeing it on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac; it could be due to your Google Sync settings. Google turns sync off by default for new calendars, particularly shared ones. It's frustrating, and it's why you can't immediately see them on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac even when you can see them online. Luckily it's also simple to fix — once you know how!
How to get shared Google Calendars to show up on iPhone, iPad, and Mac • Launch Safari or any other web browser on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. • Sign in if you aren't already. • Under Shared Calendars, tick the boxes for the calendars you want to see on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. It can take a few minutes for the calendars to appear. If they don't appear right away, close the Calendar app and reopen it. How to stop a calendar from syncing across your devices If you have a shared Google calendar that you only need access to every once in a while, so you don't want it on your iPhone, you can un-sync it.
I share a practice space calendar with about a dozen people, which takes up pretty much all the space on my calendar app. Un-syncing it from Google's calendars makes my schedule look a lot less daunting. • Launch Safari or any other web browser on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. • Sign in if you aren't already. • Untick the box for any calendar you don't want to sync with your iPhone or iPad's Calendar app. • Click Save to save the settings. From now on, those calendars won't even appear as an option for you to add to the built-in Calendar app (or even any third-party app that supports Google Calendar).
Any questions? Do you have any questions about syncing shared Google Calendars with the built-in iPhone and iPad Calendar app? Put them in the comments and we'll help you out. Allyson Kazmucha contributed to an earlier version of this article.
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article looking at what was the best calendar app for iPhone.While considering all the various options, I started coming across a lot of macOS alternatives. Updated March 2017 with additional steps for un-syncing calendars. If you accepted an invitation from someone to share a Google calendar but aren't seeing it on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac; it could be due to your Google Sync settings.
You can see Google Calendar events on your Apple calendar on your Mac, iPhone, or iPad. See Google Calendar events on Apple calendars Note: Make sure you have the latest version of Apple Calendar and the latest Apple operating system on your computer. Learn how to. • On your computer, open Apple Calendar. • In the top left corner of your screen, click Calendar Preferences. • Click the Accounts tab.
• On the left side of the Accounts tab, click Add. • Select Google Continue. • To add your Google account information, follow the steps on the screen.
• On the Accounts tab, use 'Refresh Calendars' to choose how often you want Apple Calendar and Google Calendar to sync. Change which calendars get synced Which calendars are automatically synced • Any calendars that you see under 'My Calendars' in Google Calendar on your computer • Birthdays Sync other calendars • On your computer, visit the page.
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• Check or uncheck the names of any calendars. • In the bottom right corner, click Save. • When you're done, refresh your calendar.
Delegation tool If you used to sync using the 'Delegation' tool in Apple Calendar, you need to turn that off for Calendar sync to work. • On your computer, open Apple Calendar. • In the top left corner, click Calendar Preferences. • Click Accounts Delegation.
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• Uncheck all calendars. Google Calendar features that don't work on Apple Calendar • Email notifications for events • Create new Google calendars • Room Scheduler.