Respond to event invitations

When people invite you to an event using Google Calendar, the event automatically shows on your calendar. You can RSVP to calendar invitations to let people know if you're going to an event. You can also add a note or suggest a different time for an event.

How to RSVP

  1. Open the invitation email, or the event that was added to your calendar.
  2. In the "Going?" section, tap Yes, No, or Maybe.

Change your response

  1. Tap the event on your calendar.
  2. In the "Going?" section, click Yes, No, or Maybe.

Propose a new time

As an attendee:

  1. Tap the event on your calendar.
  2. Next to "Maybe," tapDown arrow and thenPropose a new time.
  3. Optional: Add a message.
  4. Tap SendSend .
  5. Confirm your RSVP.

Note: A "Time proposal sent to organizer" banner will show up. Your organizer may or may not accept your suggestion.

As an organizer:

  1. Tap an event on your calendar with a clock icon.
  2. Under "Guests," tap the proposal you want to review.
  3. To change the event to the proposed time, tap Done Done .
  4. Tap Save.

Details about proposing a new time

  • Proposals are turned off for large events with more than 200 guests and all-day events. Learn more about large events.
  • All guests can propose a new time. Organizers can’t propose a new time.
  • Organizers will only receive email notifications for proposals if they turn on "event responses" in Google Calendar settings on a computer.

Forward calendar invites

Important: If you forward an invitation, the recipient might be able to see updated meeting details and could change your RSVP response at any time.

If you have permission to add guests to an event, you can forward the invite to new guests by email. When new guests respond to the invite, they’ll be added to the guest list. They’ll also be able to invite others.

If you don’t want guests to be able to invite others, edit your event, tap the guests, and turn off “Guests can add others.”

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