Google Calendar is one of the finest solutions to sync your daily activities on multiple devices. The way of its scheduling, reminder features offered by Google and the cross-platform support are its biggest asset. The Google Calendar integration is an easy task for platforms like Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS.
Usually, Google Calendar is easily accessible from its web interface, but it needs to open the web browser whenever you want to access the Google Calendar on Linux. But when it comes to Linux, the Google not made its integration easy like other platforms.
If you are like me to integrate Google Calendar on your Linux desktop, here are the detailed steps to follow.
Google Calendar Integration on Linux Calendar
These steps are suitable for Ubuntu distro.
- Open calendar app on your Linux.
- Now at the Activities toolbar click on Calendar drop down.
- In the drop-down menu click on the Calendar option.
- The above action now opens the Calendar settings.
- Here, in the online accounts click on Google and enter Google account details.
- Once, you log in to the Google account, it will sync all your Calender entries on your Linux Calendar app.
Other ways to access Google Calendar on Linux
If you are using other versions of Linux distros like Debian, Arch Linux, Fedora, you can use Thunderbird to sync Google calendar. Many of the Linux distributions come with Moziall Thunderbird installed by default. In any case, if the Thunderbird is missing on your Linux here are the steps to install Mozilla Thunderbird on your Linux.
sudo apt install thunderbird
sudo apt-get install thunderbird
sudo pacman -S thunderbird
sudo dnf install thunderbird
sudo zypper install thunderbird
That’s all for now. If you have any suggestions or feedback, please use the comment box below.