Jack Wallen describes the various monday.com Google Calendar combinations and reveals you how to make it work.
Image: Postmodern Studio/Adobe Stock monday.com is an impressive task management platform. With it, you can create multiple workspaces that can include dashboards, tables, charts, kanban, Gantt, cards, forms, file galleries and far more. monday.com also provides automations and integrations. One such integration is
Google Calendar. If, like me, you depend on Google Calendar to keep your busy life organized, you may discover yourself wishing to incorporate these two platforms. With this integration, you can sync all of your items and jobs to the external calendar so you can see whatever in one practical location. SEE: Hiring kit: Job supervisor (TechRepublic Premium)What’s hot at TechRepublic The Google Calendar monday.com combination uses three various recipes for combination: When an item is created or upgraded, monday.com will create an event in Google Calendar and sync future
changes to the board. When an individual is
assigned to someone, produce an occasion in Google Calendar and sync future changes from this board. When an
- occasion is produced in Google Calendar, create a product and sync future changes from Google Calendar. Which recipe you pick will depend upon your workflow with both services. Simply remember, if you have an extremely busy monday.com board(or an extremely busy
- Google Calendar )if you pick the incorrect option you could end up with a mess on your hands. So, ensure you understand what you require from this
integration before progressing. What you’ll need to incorporate The only things you’ll require for this combination are both a monday.com account and a Google Calendar with which to sync. That’s it … let’s integrate. How to incorporate monday.com and Google Calendar First, make certain you’re logged into your Google Account associated with the calendar to be integrated. Once you’ve logged in
, head over to your monday.com account and log in to that as well. From your monday.com account, click the Integrate button near the top right of the window(Figure A
). Figure A The monday.com combinations are accessed from here. In the resulting window (Figure B), locate and click the Google Calendar entry. Figure B The Google Calendar combination is in the bottom row, third from the right. In the next pop-up(Figure C), ensure to click the recipe you want to utilize as your sync option. Figure C Select among these 3 sync alternatives for your integration. Select your dish and click Contribute to Board. You will then be triggered to link to your Google Calendar (Figure D).
Figure D Connecting monday.com to Google Calendar. You will then be triggered to select the Google account for the integration(Figure E). Figure E If you have more than one Google account, ensure to pick the right one for this integration. Stroll through the consents wizard for your Google account and finally, when triggered, click Event to configure how the combination will work (Figure F). Figure F< img src="https://d1rytvr7gmk1sx.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/mondaygooglef-770x383.jpg"alt=""width="770"height="383"/ > You need to first configure how the event will appear in Google Calendar. This will open yet another pop-up(Figure G), where you should configure how fields will occupy from the
present board. Figure G
Configuring the fields for Google Calendar entries. As soon as you’ve added the needed fields, click Done and then click Contribute to Board. Which’s it. You have actually successfully incorporated monday.com with Google Calendar. If at any time, you want to disable the integration, you can return and click the ON/OFF slider (Figure H) to the OFF position to stop briefly the sync. Figure H Our combination is presently enabled. Enjoy this new syncing in between your monday.com boards and your Google Calendar
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