May 25, 2011

Tips and Tricks For Your Device [Google Calendar]

Tips and Tricks For Your Device may teach you something new, or remind you of a neat function you've forgotten about on your cool device!


When you need to print out or view your calendar in a larger size, you use Outlook which is the default display calendar. Of course, some of you use your own subscribed calendars including Mobile Me. Still, if you want flexibility to see your calendar wherever you are, you can't beat the convenience of Google Calendar. So how can you set this up on your iPhone or iPad device?

Syncing with Google Calendar really used to be a problem, but with recent iOS updates, it has become a cinch to set up. Just go to Settings / Mail, Contacts, Calendars / Other. Tap on Add CalDAV Account. Now type in your GMail account info using the Server. Go ahead and Exit Settings and go to your Calendar. Magically, all your calendar created events will appear! They will continue to sync wirelessly each time you enter an event also. If your calendar appears too messy with several calendars incorporated, simply choose just the ones you want to view the most (which includes your gmail account). From here on out, enjoy viewing your personal calendar on the web when out, or on your device with the ease and convenience of Google.


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