Managing Calendar for G Suite
Your G Suite team can use Google Calendar to schedule meetings, share schedules, and collaborate on team calendars. Learn more about Google Calendar features.
As a G Suite administrator, you can:
Make settings in your Google Admin console to specify how users can share their primary calendar inside and outside your domain. Specify whether to show event details or keep them private, whether people outside your domain can change calendars, and more.
Turn on Calendar Labs
Calendar Labs let users try experimental new Calendar features. If you turn on Labs, users can add or remove available Lab features in their own calendar. Labs don't affect basic calendar content or functionality or change settings applied by the administrator.
You can create resources that users can add to their event such a meeting room, projector, company car or any other resource that the people in your organization might schedule a time to use. Once a resource is created and shared with your users, people can add it to events much the same way as you invite guests to events.
Migrate and sync your calendars
If your organization is switching to G Suite from Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Notes, you can migrate your user's data to G Suite. Or if people in your organization want to continue to use their old calendar, they can use one of our synchronization tools to sync their calendar data.
Hangouts for G Suite provides a secure video conferencing system for use within your organization. If you turn on Hangouts for your domain, you can automatically create a video call every time a user creates a new Google Calendar event. Users can remove the video call from individual events, or change its name.