- As of now, officially there is no two-way sync functionality available for Notion to integrate with Google Calendar. You can only embed a Google Calendar in Notion which you cannot edit within your Notion app. For any modification or event creation, you need to log on to your google calendar.
- However, given a large number of Notion users and its community. Notion users always bring some solution to get past the official limitation.
- One such Notion user has created a python script available at GitHub using which you can perform unlimited 2-way Notion sync with Google Calendar. In the past you need to rely on third-party software like Zapier or automate.io but not anymore.
You can still use the third-party software if you don’t have the time to integrate using python script.
Notion Sync with Google Calendar ( How integrate Google Calender with Notion )
Method 1: Using Python script.
You can use the following step by step Guide to configure unlimited 2-way Sync between Notion and Google Calendar
Notion and Google Calendar 2 Way Sync Guide ( It will take around 30 minutes to set up)
With the arrival of Notion API, several third-party software tools have arrived which makes it very easy to integrate Notion with Google Calendar. Two such tools are automate.io and Zapier.
Method 2: Using automate.io
Method 3: Use third-party software Zapier for integration.
If you only want to embed a google calendar in Notion follow the below steps.
How to Embed Google Calendar in Notion
- Logon to your Google Calender
- Go to My Calender and select the calender which you want to embed.
- Click on the three dots ” ⋮ ” infront of the Calender.
- Go to Settings and Sharing.
- Under Calender Settings ,below Acess permissions check the box “Make available to Public“
- Under Integrate Calender,Copy the url Labelled under “Public url to this Calendar” .
- Open Notion type /embed and select Embed.Now paste the copied url on the Embed link window
For a detailed step by step guide you can follow the following article :
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