Use your Google calendar offline

With offline calendars, you can access your calendar offline. This is especially useful when you have a weak internet connection. 

Even without an internet connection, you can:

  • Open Google Calendar in a Chrome browser.
  • View your calendar and events from the last 4 weeks or any time in the future.
  • View events by week, day, or month. 

Use Calendar offline on desktop  

  1. Open Google Calendar.
  2. In the top right, click Settings Settings and then Settings.
  3. On the left, under “General,” click Offline and then Turn on offline calendar.
  4. Click Reload now
    • Your calendar will start to sync for offline use. At the top right of your calendar you’ll find Sync .
    • When the sync is complete, your calendar’s status shows Ready for offline
    • When you’re offline, your calendar’s status shows as Offline .
      • A notice appears: “It looks like you’re offline. Some actions might not work.”   

Important:

  • “My calendars” and your calendar’s data will sync from the last time your computer was online.
  • When you're offline, you can’t:
    • Create or edit events
    • Email guests
    • Access Tasks or Reminders
  • If you clear your computer’s cached images and files, it will also clear offline support for Google Calendar. Turn on Google Calendar offline again to use Calendar offline. 
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