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Sync Google Calendar with Apple's iCal Apple iCal 3.x and up (on Mac OS X v10.5+) support CalDAV sync. Instructions for iCal 3.x - 4.x To set up CalDAV support for Google Calendar in Apple's iCal, follow these steps: Open Apple iCal, go to Preferences and then the Accounts tab.
Keeping up with multiple calendars can be hard. Many people have one for work, with details on important meetings, phone calls, and to-do's, and another for the family, with the kids' activities, personal errands, and family whereabouts. Online calendars have made it easier to access all your different calendars on the web from anywhere you have an internet connection, but frequent travelers and business users still needed an offline version, like enterprise-friendly Microsoft Outlook. And while software like Outlook now includes a feature that allows you to subscribe to internet calendars, you may not be utilizing that option since your personal calendar contains some items you wouldn't wanted synced to your work computer. But finally, a new service from FuseCal can help with this problem. FuseCal lets you sync any calendar to any calendar, while also providing filters that let you limit the types of events that are included in the sync.