See the Channel Catalog to see which Plans have access to this channel.
Google Calendar is a free time-management web application offered by Google.
How to Connect
- On the My pipelines page, click Create Pipelines.
- Search for the first step for your new pipeline. You can always add more steps later.
- To use the legacy builder, click the Pipeline Designer toggle to use the legacy version of the pipeline builder.
For more information about connections, see How to connect to a channel.
Connect to Google Calendar
- Expand Google Calendar in the list of channels and click Connect to Google Calendar.
- Review the permissions that Pipelines will receive once connected. Your permissions are based on your existing Google account. You can select specific permissions or allow all the options. Google Calendar permissions are required. When finished click Connect to Google Calendar.
- Sign in with your Google credentials and click Authorize.
- Agree to allow Pipelines access to your Google account by clicking Allow.
Note: Your functionality and integration may be different depending on your permissions.
How to reconnect
You may need to reconnect your account to a channel. Reasons may be (but not limited to):
- If you need to connect a different account.
- Authorization updates, such as a changed password.
- Editing the access rights that Pipelines has to the channel.
- Select a pipeline that already has this channel in it.
- Open a step that contains this channel.
- Under account, select Connect (or reconnect) and follow the process above, How to connect.
The steps you can use with Google Calendar fall under two categories: Calendars and Events
Note: You cannot use jinja expressions in trigger conditions unless explicitly specified as possible.
|Add a Calendar
|Adds a calendar.
|Updates a specific calendar.
|Deletes a specific calendar.
|Finds all matching calendars to your search term and returns a list.
|Fetch a Linked Calendar
|Fetches a linked calendar from a resource you specify.
|Look Up a Calendar
|Looks up a calendar from a resource you specify.
|Triggers when an event is added to a calendar event.
|Triggers when an event is updated.
|Triggers when an event is deleted.
|Add an Event
|Adds a calendar event.
|Deletes a calendar event.
|Moves a calendar event.
|Quick Add an Event
|Adds a calendar event using Quick Add.
|Finds all the matches to your search term and returns a list.
|Fetch a Linked User
|Fetches a linked user from a resource you specify.
|Look Up an Event
|Looks up an event from a resource you specify.
Here are some use case examples to help you understand how to use the Google Calendar channel.
In this case we are using Google Calendar to send a Slack message when a specific event has been created.
- Add a Google Calendar Event Created trigger step to trigger when a new event has been created in the Birthday calendar.
- Add a Slack Send a Message action letting a specific channel know that a birthday event has been created.