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Exporting your Schedulista calendar to Google Calendar
Exporting your Schedulista calendar to Google Calendar

Sharing your Schedulista appointments with a Google Calendar account

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Written by Matt Tucker
Updated over a week ago

Schedulista offers a number of integrations with other software and services to aid with your business. To help manage your availability, you can enable two-way synchronization with your Google Calendar account to export your Schedulista appointments.

What's included in the export

  • Title of the appointment/event in Google will be the client's name and the service booked

  • Location of the appointment based on the location set for the service in your Schedulista settings

  • Client's phone number and email address

  • Zoom meeting join link, if using the Zoom integration

  • Link to edit the appointment on your Schedulista calendar

Once the sync is enabled, you can export your Schedulista calendar to your Google Calendar account.

(1) Go to the Calendar

(2) Click on the gear icon on the top right

(3) Select Sync with Google from the menu that appears

(4) On the Sync Calendar page, under the Exported calendar to Google section, click the Export calendar button

It may take a few minutes for the exported calendar to sync, depending on how many appointments are on the calendar.

What you'll see in Google Calendar

All exported Schedulista appointments will appear on a new calendar created under the My calendars menu on your Google Calendar account labeled "Schedulista - [your user account name]".

Any events you set on this calendar through Google Calendar will not be imported to Schedulista.

Note: Any changes to Schedulista appointments must be made in 
Schedulista, including cancelling or rescheduling an appointment.
Any changes made to Schedulista appointments on Google Calendar
will not update the appointments in Schedulista and will revert
the next time the exported calendar syncs.

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