Published under Guides on Jan 26, 2022
Syncing your personal calendar events to your work calendar can be a great idea to help avoid being double booked. There's two common issues with this, though:
This is where Calenderio comes in. Calenderio allows you to setup a connection between your two calendars to automatically sync your personal events to your work calendar. Our system also includes the ability to mark the events as private, and to override both the event title and description so that the details of your events remain private to you.
For this article, we'll assume the following:
The first step we'll need to take is to authenticate our accounts. We'll need to go through this step twice, as we have two accounts to sync (personal and work).
We have an article dedicated to authenticating your accounts, which you can read here: How to Authenticate a Calendar Account with Calenderio. In summary, you need to:
Once you've authenticated both of your accounts, we can move on to creating the connection.
After authenticating our accounts, we'll need to create the connection. A connection is what is used to sync events from one calendar to another.
We have an article dedicated for creating a new connection in Calenderio, which we recommend you check out if you're getting started with Calenderio: How to create a new connection in Calenderio.
The process is only a few steps:
If everything went according to plan, you'll see an event pop up in your work calendar labelled as "Busy":
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