Calendly, March 27, 2020
Most professionals don’t manage their schedule from a single calendar. Between work and personal needs, you have different calendars that make up your full schedule. Now, you can connect additional calendars to your Calendly account to check for conflicts and ensure you’re never double-booked.
On our premium plan you can connect two calendars to your account. If you need more flexibility because you have more calendars that you manage, you can connect up to six calendars on our pro plan!
When you connect additional calendars to your account, all of your scheduled Calendly meetings will push to one connected calendar of your choosing. You can connect any combination of Google, Office 365, Outlook or iCloud calendars—they do not have to be on the same calendar platform.
Upgrade today to add additional calendars!
If you’re managing both a work and a personal calendar OR an internal company calendar and multiple external client calendars, as many of our users are, you’ll love this new update. You can now freely share your Calendly links, knowing you won’t be double-booked over personal appointments or professional meetings ever again. That means no more time spent on workarounds or manually copying appointments from one calendar to another. Plus, the actual content of your personal events never needs to be shared with your work calendar.
Just connect your additional calendars and you’re good to go! Calendly will check your availability across all connected calendars before letting an invitee schedule.
Navigate to your Calendar Connection page from the drop-down menu in the top right corner of your Calendly account. From there, you can connect your calendar accounts from any of our integrated platforms in just a few clicks!
Need more help connecting your additional calendars? Check out our help center article on how to use multiple calendars.
For more on user access and team scheduling plans, visit our Calendly pricing page.
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