Calendar lets you keep track of important events, share your schedule, and create multiple calendars.
|If you previously used...||Then...|
|Microsoft Outlook||See G Suite Migration for Microsoft Outlook (GSMMO)|
|HCL Notes (formerly IBM Notes)||Set import options in Calendar. For details, see Import events to Google Calendar.|
|Other calendar applications or Google accounts||Set import options in Calendar. For details, see Import events to Google Calendar.|
What scheduling provider did you use before G Suite?
|If you previously used...||Read this guide...|
|HCL Notes (formerly IBM Notes)|
|Other online scheduling providers, or are new to cloud storage||
What you'll learn:
Need a quick reference for the Calendar basics you've learned? Download this cheat sheet.
Get shortcuts for G Suite products such as Chrome Browser, Gmail, Calendar, and Drive.
Learn how to prepare for, hold, and follow up after team meetings using G Suite tools such as Calendar and Drive.
Learn how to work with stakeholders on a project and resolve issues using G Suite tools such as Calendar, Google Meet, and Drive.
Whether you're someone's assistant or you're just stepping in for your manager for a week, you might need to schedule and edit events in Calendar on someone else's behalf.
Keep track of your daily to-do list, organize multiple lists, and track important deadlines with Google Tasks. Create and update your tasks from Calendar, Gmail or the Tasks mobile apps; they sync so your lists and tasks go with you, wherever you are.
Whether you need a name for a new product or a different place for lunch, G Suite makes it easy to share ideas, get feedback fast, and collaborate with your team.
Reduce printing expenses and share more easily by moving your organization's tasks and processes online.
Get ideas for solving common business challenges with Google Apps Script.
Use G Suite solutions to collaborate with teams.
Visit the Calendar Help Center.