You can use Google Calendar to keep track of all your events.
Google Calendar works with current and major previous versions of these browsers:
You can transfer your events from a different calendar application or Google Account to Google Calendar.
First, export your events as a file that you can import into Google. Choose one of these options:
After you've exported your events, you can import them into Google Calendar.
If you're using a ZIP file, find it on your computer and open it. You'll see ICS files for each of your calendars. Take the individual files out of the ZIP file, and import each ICS file individually.
Note: Repeating events might not show up that way if you import them from a CSV file, but they'll be on your calendar as a series of one-time events.
Get help fixing problems with importing.
You can change your settings for Google Calendar, including how your calendar is setup, notifications, and time zones.
You can share your calendar with family and friends.
Here are a couple examples of what you can do with sharing:
Share your main calendar with someone so they can see your schedule.
When you add someone to your calendar, you can decide how they see your events and whether they can also make changes like adding or editing events.
In Google Calendar, you can have multiple calendars that you add events to. Each calendar can have different sharing settings.
If the other person is having trouble seeing your calendar, try these steps:
When you sync your calendar on your mobile device, the same events will show up when you use Google Calendar on your computer.
Choose your device:
If events you created or updated aren't showing in the Google Calendar app, learn how to fix sync problems.