See your calendar offline
If you're using Chrome on your computer, you can see your calendar and respond to event invitations while you're offline .
What you can do when you're offline
- See your calendar.
- Respond to existing event invitations. When you're back online, the event organizer will see your response.
Note: Only the last 2 months of events are available offline.
Turn on offline access
- Using Chrome on your computer while you're online, open Google Calendar.
- In the top right corner, click Settings > Offline.
- Click Install from Web Store.
- In the box that pops up, click Add to Chrome > Add.
- To check that offline access is working, open Google Calendar and click Settings in the top right. If you see a green circle with a check mark, all of your events are synced and you can start using your calendar offline.
To see your calendar when you're offline, open Google Calendar.
Choose which calendars to sync offline
- Using Chrome while you're online, open Google Calendar.
- In the top right corner, click Settings > Settings.
- At the top of the page, click the Offline tab.
- Choose which calendars you want to be able to access offline.
- At the bottom of the page, click Save.
Use Google Calendar offline on mobile
There's no offline access for the Google Calendar app. If you don't have any Internet access, you can open the app and see the events that loaded when you were last online.
While you're offline, you can view events and make changes. However, any changes you made won't sync with your computer or other people's calendars until you're online again.
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