Google Calendar and WordPress are two powerful platforms that can supercharge your productivity when combined. Google Calendar, a popular scheduling and time-management tool, allows you to organize your schedule and share events with co-workers and friends. On the other hand, WordPress is an open-source content management system (CMS) used to create websites and blogs. It offers a wide variety of themes, plugins, and customization options for your website. Together, they can create a seamless workflow. For example, using this Bardeen playbook, you can extract a search result list from the currently opened WordPress page and schedule tasks or reminders on Google Calendar.

These platforms become even more powerful when automated with Bardeen. You can create automation workflows that connect Google Calendar and WordPress, saving you time on repetitive tasks. For instance, creating a Trello card to follow up on a meeting scheduled on Google Calendar, or sending a list of the upcoming week's meetings to Slack every Monday. These automations can streamline your tasks and boost your productivity.

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Create
a Trello card about following up on a meeting
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Send
an email reminder from Outlook to all participants of a given Google calendar event
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Copy
Microsoft Outlook Calendar events to Google Calendar
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Copy
all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar
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Get
social profiles and information of all participants of a meeting and save to HubSpot
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Get
a search result list from the currently opened WordPress search page
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Create
ClickUp tasks from a list of the upcoming week's meetings every Monday
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Create
Asana tasks from a list of the upcoming week's meetings every Monday
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Send
a list of the upcoming week's meetings as an SMS every Monday
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Send
a list of the upcoming week's meetings to Slack every Monday
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Copy
all Google Calendar events during a time frame to Airtable
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Copy
all Google Calendar events during a time frame to Coda
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Add
meeting participant’s information before all Google Calendar events
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Join
next meeting, before it starts
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Join
meeting and open Coda doc before an event starts
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Create
a Google Doc for an event
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Add
meeting participant’s information to the next Google Calendar event
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Get
a browser notification 1 min before the event
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Send
an email reminder about a meeting to everyone 5 min before it begins
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Send
an SMS about the upcoming meeting 5 min before it starts
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Find
email threads with event participants
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Save
meeting participants enriched information in Coda
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Join
meeting and open Notion page before an event starts
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Join
meeting and open links from the description, before the event starts
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Join
next meeting, 1 min before it starts
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Create
a Google Calendar meeting with a Zoom link with recipients of an email
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Copy
all Google Calendar events during a time frame to Notion
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Send
an SMS with the current meeting link
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Send
a Slack message to all participants reminding about an event
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Send
a Slack message to the current event participants
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Share
a Google Drive file with event participants via email
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Share
a Google Drive file with event participants via email

How to integrate Google Calendar + WordPress

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Install Bardeen extension from Chrome Web Store.
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Find a pre-built automation.
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Run your automation.
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Available actions & triggers

Create event
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Find next meeting with participant
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Get all events
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Find events
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Find Slack users from Event
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Find event participant email addresses
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Delete calendar event
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Add description to event
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Add Google Meet link to event
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Add participant to event
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Get event duration
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When next event starts
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Find events in time period
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Get event description
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Find events within one week
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Create simple event from text
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Create reminder in Google Calendar
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Get last event
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Find current event
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Get event title
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Find next event
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Bardeen provides two types of automations called Playbooks and Autobooks.

Playbooks are automations that you launch manually. And Autobooks are the automations that get triggered automatically when something happens or on a specific date / time.

All automations are just a series of actions connected to each other.
Triggers tell the automation when it has to start the series of actions.
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