Have an Android device? Or maybe you’re managing all your meetings through your email client? Either way, you’re probably already using Google Calendar without realizing it. It’s one of the most popular ways to keep track of your meetings, reminders, and even tasks.
But, like many other tools, Google Calendar can keep you locked away from what the rest of your team is working on. If a good chunk of your day is spent answering emails and hopping from meeting to meeting, you don’t necessarily have time to duck into a bunch of other tools. That means you’re losing visibility on what everyone else is working on. Unless you have the right integration.
With Unito, you get access to the deepest two-way integrations for the most popular tools on the market. Starting today, that includes Google Calendar.
Sync Google Calendar events with a ton of other tools
Your tools are designed to get a job done. That job doesn’t usually involve playing nice with other tools, and that can really slow down your workflows. Everyone loses time checking multiple tools, manually copying updates over, and even then it’s all too easy for something to fall through the cracks. Many tools do offer built-in integrations, but they usually support very specific use cases and rarely sync data in both directions.
With Unito’s integration for Google Calendar, you can sync events from your calendar to other tools in your stack, like Trello, Asana, Wrike, Airtable, and more. Keep track of all your meetings wherever you get work done, build a database of Google Calendar events, and make sure you never miss a meeting again. All with Unito.
Here’s a demo showing how to sync ClickUp to Google Calendar
Because Unito syncs data back and forth by default, you’ll always have access to the most up-to-date information without switching tools.
You can find a list of all supported fields and other features in our Help Center.
NOTE: Make sure your guests exist as contacts in Google and monday.com with matching email addresses in each. Unito uses email addresses to identify contacts in order to sync them between tools.
You can get started right away with our selection of walkthroughs:
- How to Sync Trello with Google Calendar to Align Dates and Milestones
- How to Sync ClickUp with Google Calendar to Build a Shared Company Roadmap
- How to Sync Asana with Google Calendar for a More Visible GTM roadmap
- How to Sync Notion With Google Calendar to Build a More Visible Roadmap
- How to Sync monday.com with Google Calendar to Enhance Marketing Campaign Visibility
- How to sync MeisterTask with Google Calendar to keep an eye on project deadlines
- How to sync Airtable with Google Calendar
- Here’s how to sync Google Calendar to Wrike
- How to sync ClickUp to Google Calendar
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Essential features for Unito’s Google Calendar integration
Field mapping customization
Unito flows use field mappings to translate data from one tool to another. Similar fields are automatically mapped to each other, but you can also tailor your flows to your use case by customizing field mappings.
Here are just a few ways you can do that:
- Deleting mappings: Be deleting a mapping, you can keep some information from getting synced or re-map a field that’s already been mapped.
- Changing flow direction: Most fields will have changes synced back and forth by default. But in some cases, you’ll want some fields — like comments — to only go from one tool to another.
- Creating new mappings: Missing a field mapping? Or maybe you’re building a flow with a tool that’s full of custom fields? You can add new mappings in just a few clicks. One common use case for this is populating the description footer of a task in one tool with information from another.
While field mappings tell your data where it needs to go, rules allow you to automate certain actions. Unito rules are often used to filter out information and control exactly how much is synced between tools. Here’s how Unito users like you are using rules in their workflows:
- Giving visibility to customers: SMG Bahamas, a construction and millwork company, uses rules to pull high-level information from multiple Trello boards and sync it to customer boards. That way, customers can see a summary of how a job is going without all the nitty-gritty details going on behind the scenes. The rules come into play when project managers add a specific tag to their Trello cards.
- Dispatching development work: The Taproom, an agency that builds Shopify solutions, uses Basecamp to manage agency work and Trello for development work. With rules, Basecamp to-dos specific to developers can get synced to the software team’s Trello boards so they can see their work without the noise.
- Keeping multiple departments in the know: ALPCO Recycling, which manages residential, commercial, and industrial recycling jobs, uses Trello to handle every part of that work. They use Trello’s labels to categorize jobs and to identify the ones that reach the follow-up stage. Unito’s rules make sure that adding one of these labels sends each Trello card to the right board.
Here’s an example of Unito’s Google Calendar integration syncing with Trello cards
Top tool combinations
Google Calendar and a work hub
Some teams can go through a whole workday without leaving their calendar, but that’s not the case for all teams. Sync Google Calendar events to your work hub to drive collaboration, improve dispatching, and more. Here are some of the top work hub integrations you can pair with Google Calendar:
Google Calendar and a database tool
Build a single, enriched database where you keep track of all meetings past, present, and future. Log agendas, meeting notes, and more. Here are some of the top database integrations you can pair with Google Calendar:
Google Calendar and other tools
Does your team need to collaborate with developers? Maybe you want to populate a Google Calendar meeting with information from a customer support tool? Whatever your use case, Unito has an integration for you:
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