I will show you a useful tool for sync your Outlook and Google calendars securely, including meeting attendees, reminders, full description and more. See the description below.
Supports all versions of Outlook from 2003 to 2016 64-bit!
Installable and portable options – even runs from a USB thumb drive
Synchronizes items in any calendar folder, including those shared with you, from
Outlook => Google
Outlook <= Google
Outlook <=> Google (two-way/bidirectional sync)
Includes the following event attributes:
Attendees (including whether required or optional)
Differential comparison updates only attribute that has changed
Customizable date range to synchronize, past and future
The frequency of automatic syncs, including push-sync from Outlook
Configurable proxy settings, or use Internet Explorer’s
Merge new events into existing on destination calendar
Prompt on deletion of items
Ability to obfuscate custom words for privacy/security
Option to force items in the target calendar
Syncs recurring items properly as a series
Can run unobtrusively in the system tray, with bubble notifications on sync
The application can start on login, with delay if required
How to use it?
First, go and download the installation source https://github.com/phw198/OutlookGoogleCalendarSync/releases/download/v2.7.0-beta/Setup.exe
Just run the execute file then you will see the windows of Outlook Google Calendar Sync.
Go to the Settings tab, navigate to Outlook on the left panel, select the google mail you wish to sync calendar.
Navigate to Google on the left panel, click Retrieve Calendars.
Sign in to your google account.
You will be asked for allowing access from Outlook Google Calendar Sync to your Google Account, click Allow to accept.
You will see the google account present in the list of the select calendar.
Navigate to Sync Options, you can choose the method of sync in Direction, set the sync time also.
Go to Outlook, create a test calendar.
Back to Outlook Google Calendar Sync tool, go to the Sync tab and click Start Sync. You will see the sync process.
After syncing, go to your google account check the calendar status, you will see your calendar should be created.
Hope it helps. Thanks.