Google CalendarMicrosoft Outlook
Workflow Template

Copy all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar

This Playbook will copy all Google Calendar events from a timeframe to your Microsoft Outlook Calendar
The #1 free AI Automation extension for Chrome
No items found.
No items found.

How does this automation work?

Run this Google Calendar automation with Bardeen in minutes.

How to run the workflow

Feeling overwhelmed trying to keep track of events scattered across different calendar platforms? Say hello to our trusty automation! It's your ticket to seamless calendar integration by effortlessly copying all your Google Calendar events from a specified timeframe straight to your Microsoft Outlook Calendar.

Bid farewell to the headache of manually syncing events between calendars – no more double bookings or missed appointments. Plus, with our automation, you can say goodbye to the frustration of having to check multiple calendars to stay organized.

Now, let's talk about real-world scenarios where this Playbook shines. Whether you're a busy professional juggling multiple schedules or a team leader aiming to keep everyone on the same page, this automation has got you covered. Simplify your workflow and stay ahead of the game with seamless calendar synchronization.


Let’s set it up!

Step 1: Set up the automation

You will be redirected to install the browser extension when you run it for the first time. Bardeen will also prompt you to integrate Microsoft Outlook and Google Calendar.

Click the “Pin it” button at the top of this page to get this automation saved to your Playbooks.

Activate Bardeen (or hit Option + B on Mac or ALT + B on a Windows machine on your keyboard) and click on the playbook card. The setup flow will start. 


Bardeen will ask you to specify the starting date and the ending date of the events you want to to copy to Microsoft Outlook Calendar.


Click on “Save Input” and checkmark Microsoft Outlook Calendar. You can edit Inputs later by hovering over the playbook. 


Step 3: Run the Playbook to copy all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar

Whenever you want to save copy all events during a time frame to Misrosoft Outlook Calendar, activate Bardeen (or hit Option + B on Mac or ALT + B on a Windows machine on your keyboard) and run this playbook. It will copy all Google Calendar events from a timeframe to your Microsoft Outlook Calendar.

Run this Google Calendar automation with Bardeen in minutes.

Available actions & triggers

Apps:
Copy all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar
Copy all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar
Copy all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar
Types:
Both
Actions
Triggers
Get event description
Get event description
Action
Find events
Find events
Action
Get all events
Get all events
Action
Find emails
Find emails
Action
Create simple event from text
Create simple event from text
Action
Create event
Create event
Action
Add participant to event
Add participant to event
Action
When next event starts
When next event starts
Trigger
Add Google Meet link to event
Add Google Meet link to event
Action
Find events in time period
Find events in time period
Action
how does bardeen work?

Your proactive teammate — doing the busywork to save you time

Integrate your apps and websites

Use data and events in one app to automate another. Bardeen supports an increasing library of powerful integrations.

Perform tasks & actions

Bardeen completes tasks in apps and websites you use for work, so you don't have to - filling forms, sending messages, or even crafting detailed reports.

Combine it all to create workflows

Workflows are a series of actions triggered by you or a change in a connected app. They automate repetitive tasks you normally perform manually - saving you time.

get bardeen

Don't just connect your apps, automate them.

200,000+ users and counting use Bardeen to eliminate repetitive tasks

Effortless setup
AI powered workflows
Free to use

FAQs

Bardeen - Playbook / Autobooks: Is it possible to create a Playbook that scrapes data from a website and sends it as an email attachment?

You can create a Bardeen Playbook to scrape data from a website and then send that data as an email attachment.

Youtube: Can I download a Youtube video to my computer using Bardeen?

Unfortunately, Bardeen is not able to download videos to your computer.

Google Sheets: What is the best way to export data to Google Sheets?

Exporting data (ex: scraped data or app data) from Bardeen to Google Sheets is possible with our action to “Add Rows to Google Sheets”.

Meetings: Is there a playbook to record and summarize meetings?

There isn't a specific AI use case available for automatically recording and summarizing meetings at the moment

Playbooks/Autobooks: How do I edit an action in a Playbook or Autobook?

Please follow the following steps to edit an action in a Playbook or Autobook.

Scraper: How can I get data from multiple sections of a profile (Eg: getting the experience section on a linkedin profile)?

Cases like this require you to scrape the links to the sections and use the background scraper to get details from every section.

Google Calendar
Google Calendar
Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Outlook
This is some text inside of a div block.
Autobook Icon
Google Calendar
Copy all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar
Microsoft Outlook
Copy all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar
Copy all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar

Copy all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar

This Playbook will copy all Google Calendar events from a timeframe to your Microsoft Outlook Calendar

Bardeen automates your repetitive tasks without code.
Install the Chrome extension for free.

Feeling overwhelmed trying to keep track of events scattered across different calendar platforms? Say hello to our trusty automation! It's your ticket to seamless calendar integration by effortlessly copying all your Google Calendar events from a specified timeframe straight to your Microsoft Outlook Calendar.

Bid farewell to the headache of manually syncing events between calendars – no more double bookings or missed appointments. Plus, with our automation, you can say goodbye to the frustration of having to check multiple calendars to stay organized.

Now, let's talk about real-world scenarios where this Playbook shines. Whether you're a busy professional juggling multiple schedules or a team leader aiming to keep everyone on the same page, this automation has got you covered. Simplify your workflow and stay ahead of the game with seamless calendar synchronization.


Let’s set it up!

Step 1: Set up the automation

You will be redirected to install the browser extension when you run it for the first time. Bardeen will also prompt you to integrate Microsoft Outlook and Google Calendar.

Click the “Pin it” button at the top of this page to get this automation saved to your Playbooks.

Activate Bardeen (or hit Option + B on Mac or ALT + B on a Windows machine on your keyboard) and click on the playbook card. The setup flow will start. 


Bardeen will ask you to specify the starting date and the ending date of the events you want to to copy to Microsoft Outlook Calendar.


Click on “Save Input” and checkmark Microsoft Outlook Calendar. You can edit Inputs later by hovering over the playbook. 


Step 3: Run the Playbook to copy all Google Calendar events to Microsoft Outlook Calendar

Whenever you want to save copy all events during a time frame to Misrosoft Outlook Calendar, activate Bardeen (or hit Option + B on Mac or ALT + B on a Windows machine on your keyboard) and run this playbook. It will copy all Google Calendar events from a timeframe to your Microsoft Outlook Calendar.

Action Flow

Input

When running a Play- or Autobook you'll be asked for following information:

You can also edit the playbook and add your next action to further customize the automation.

Discover more website data scraping possibilities with ready to use instant data scrapers, or learn how to scrape website data.

Creator Avatar
Creator
This is some text inside of a div block.
Last update:
February 2, 2024
By clicking “Accept”, you agree to the storing of cookies. View our Privacy Policy for more information.
No items found.