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Track assignments and events on a class calendar

This article is for teachers. Students go here.

You can track your students' questions and assignments in a class calendar. Whenever you create a class in Classroom, your students automatically see a calendar both in Classroom and in Google Calendar. 

  • On the Classroom calendar, students see their assignments with due dates. 
  • On Google Calendar, students see events you add, such as exam dates and field trips.

If you don't see any calendars for your classes, your administrator has probably turned off calendar for your account.

View assignment due dates in Classroom

When you create assignments and questions with due dates, they’re automatically added to your class calendar. You and your students can view these assignments in Classroom or Google Calendar.

  1. Sign in to Classroom with your Google Account.

    For example, you@yourschool.edu or you@gmail.comLearn more.

  2. At the top, click Menu Menu.

    Click Menu

  3. Click Calendar.

    Click Calendar

  4. Select an assignment or question to open it.

  5. (Optional) To view past or future work, next to the date, click Next Next.

    Click the arrow

  6. (Optional) To see assignments for all your classes, click All classes.
    To see assignments for only one class, click All classes and select the class.

    Click All classes

Add class events in Google Calendar

To track events, such as field trips or exams, add them as events in Google Calendar. Students need to open Calendar to view the events.

If you don't see any calendars for your classes, your administrator has probably turned off Calendar for your account.

  1. Sign in to Classroom with your Google Account.

    For example, you@yourschool.edu or you@gmail.comLearn more.

  2. Click the class.
  3. Click About.

    Click About

  4. Next to Calendar, click Open in Google Calendar.

    Open in Google Calendar

For details about adding events in Google Calendar, see create an event.

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