How to create a new google calendar | Scribe

    How to create a new google calendar

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    Navigate to [https://calendar.google.com/calendar/u/0/r/week](https://calendar.google.com/calendar/u/0/r/week)
    Click on the '+' symbol next to "other calendars"
    Click "Create new calendar"
    Click the "Name" field and enter the name for your calendar
    Click "Create calendar"

    How to configure your new calendar

    Click "Configure"
    Click "Add people and groups"
    Share your calendar with other people by entering their email addresses

    What is Google Calendar?

    What is Google Calendar? Google Calendar is an online time-management and scheduling tool developed by Google. It is designed to help users organize and track their events, appointments, and tasks in a convenient and accessible manner. Google Calendar allows individuals and businesses to create multiple calendars, set reminders, share calendars with others, and synchronize events across various devices. With Google Calendar, users can create and manage different types of events, such as meetings, appointments, birthdays, and reminders. The calendar interface provides a clear overview of scheduled events, making it easy to visualize daily, weekly, or monthly plans. Users can customize their calendars with colors, add detailed event descriptions, set recurring events, and invite others to collaborate or attend specific events. Moreover, Google Calendar integrates seamlessly with other Google services, such as Gmail, allowing users to receive event notifications, RSVP to invitations, and add events directly from their email conversations. It also supports integration with third-party applications and services, enabling users to sync their calendars with popular productivity tools. Overall, Google Calendar serves as a practical and user-friendly tool for managing schedules, coordinating activities, and improving time management efficiency.
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