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Google Calendar With CoSchedule

Connecting CoSchedule to Google Calendar means that any content you create in CoSchedule will appear on your Google Calendar, reflecting the date it is scheduled. CoSchedule will sync posts up to two months in advance to your Google Calendar. This includes WordPress posts, and messages to social networks like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. You can also print a hard copy of your calendar with this integration.


Connect CoSchedule to Google Calendar

1. Go to Settings > Integrations. Click Add Integrations. Locate Google Calendar then click Enable.

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2. Follow the steps to connect Google Calendar to your content and social profiles.

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Content is read-only.

You cannot create or control content from Google Calendar; that must be done in CoSchedule. However, you can see when your content will run using the different views that Google offers you, such as day, week, month, or agenda view (shown below).

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CoSchedule data isn't showing up instantly in my calendar.

Data will not show up in the Google Calendar immediately, as it is not a real-time connection and is at the mercy of Google Calendar's updating process. Imported calendars in the "Other Calendar" section of your Google Calendar will, according to Google, update "every few hours." Google Calendar will continue to refresh and will show two weeks of content in the past and two months in the future.

CoSchedule isn't appearing in my mobile app.

You may need to wait anywhere from a few hours to a 24-hour period before your mobile app picks up the changes. Be sure to go into the Google Calendar app settings and see that your CoSchedule calendar(s) are set to sync and that they will also display.

If you do not see these calendars listed after you have connected them with CoSchedule on your computer, check back on your mobile app periodically. They will be available once the system syncs and Google update the calendar.

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