Click the icon to log into your Google account and access the Google Calendar web app.
Now you can edit your calendars like you would in your browser. Do you use any other Thunderbird add-ons for Google Calendar?
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However, you will need the calendar’s i Cal address Let’s say you just want to view one of your Google Calendars.
Open the Google Calendar web interface, expand My calendars, click the arrowhead next to one of the calendars, and select Calendar settings.
Now look for the Calendar Address and click the ICAL button. the link ending in i Calendar (ICS), enter the Location, i.e. Finalize calendar settings, like name, color, reminders, and associated email address, click Next again, and finally click Finish, if all worked out.
And there you go, you have successfully integrated your Google Calendar Sync your Google Calendar with the Windows Calendar app wasn't always possible. Editing the calendar works both ways, meaning you can add and edit events via the website or in Thunderbird and they will automatically sync in either direction.
The web interface is great, but if you want to be efficient, you’ll unite your Google Calendar with a tool you’re using anyway.
Meanwhile, Thunderbird comes pre-installed with the Lightning Calendar.When you use IMAP, you can read your Gmail messages on multiple devices, and messages are synced in real time. Note: To avoid locking yourself out of your account, make sure you don't exceed 2500 MB per day for IMAP downloads and 500 MB per day for IMAP uploads.If you're setting up a single IMAP account on multiple computers, try taking a break between each setup. If you have many email clients getting messages from Gmail at the same time, you may see the "Too many simultaneous connections" error.Essentially, you’re adding a browser window running Google Calendar.Download — Google Calendar Tab Once installed, the familiar Google Calendar icon will appear at the top right.You can still add public Google Calendars using the i Calendar (ICS) format, which offers read only access (see below).