Share Apple Calendar between iCloud, Google, Office 365 and devices you use
Share Gmail Calendar with your friends, colleagues or family even if they use different platforms. Gmail Calendar events will be continuously synchronised between connected accounts.
Share Apple Calendar by clicking “Sign Up to Share” button.
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Share Apple Calendar with SyncGene
SyncGene is a Free sharing service* and a web app. It helps to share your Calendar, Contacts and Tasks between Office 365, iCloud or Google. SyncGene connects devices and phones you use and keep them up to date.
*Shared Contacts list solution for companies, organizations, or multiple users are available only in the Enterprise Plan.
Features related to share Apple Calendar
Share Calendar, Contacts and Tasks between Google, Office 365, iCloud, Gmail and other apps you use.
Share Apple Calendar
SyncGene allows you to Share Apple Calendar. Share your calendar between different platforms (Google, Office 365, iCloud). Changes made to the calendar on one device will be updated on all connected sources.
Share Family Calendar from Gmail
Create shared Gmail Calendar and share it with Friends, Colleagues or Family. Send invitation link for others to accept it. Calendar can be added on any device. Others will be able see most recent updates on their own Calendar.
Manage permissions of Gmail shared Calendar
With SyncGene share only selected Gmail Calendar folders. Set different permissions for separate users. Give "Edit" or "Owner" rights, or simply set "Free/busy" or "View only" permissions.
Share Gmail Calendar from your mobile device
Use Syncgene wherever you are. You can use mobile app or web service to share Apple Calendar. Share your Calendar from any mobile device you use. Setup SyncGene once and your Calendar events will be up-to-date on all connected devices.
How to share Apple Calendar?
Easily share your Calendar between apps and devices you use
Just follow the steps below:
- 1. Go to SyncGene and sign up;
- 2. Find the “Share Calendar” tab and click "Share Calendar" button;
- 3. Click on “Add Account” and log in to Gmail account you want to share calendar from;
- 4. Choose a calendar you want to share;
- 5. Enter e-mail addresses of people you want to share the calendar with and select sharing permissions;
- 6. Once you have made a list of people you want to share the calendar with press “Share”.
- Recipients will receive an invitation to accept the Calendar. Shared Calendar will be to any device or e-mail account.
If you need more information about Share Apple Calendar, check SyncGene guidelines.
About Gmail Calendar
You can easily share Apple Calendar with SyncGene service.
Gmail Calendar or Google calendar is a time-management and scheduling calendar service on your Android devices or Google account accessible via Web. Gmail Calendar allows users to create and edit events.
Calendar can be accessed via Gmail interface and selecting Calendar or visiting google.com/calendar. Calendar can be used for day to day business for private users and as part of G Suite packet for bussiness solutions. Google allows users to share Calendar events and collaborate with others. But it lacks the ability to synchronize easily with other Calendar platforms. SyncGene makes it an easy process to have the same Gmail Calendar on iCloud or Office 365 platform and update several Calendars with one Calendar entry.
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4Team Corporation is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and independent software vendor. Since 1999 we are developing software for Microsoft Windows and Add-ins for Microsoft Outlook. One of our products is SyncGene - web app to share Calendars events, Contacts and Tasks. It helps to create shared libraries and collaborate between different platforms. We are serving hundreds of thousands of customers around the world. We are very proud to be highly recommended by our customers and offer award-winning support.
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