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This article assumes you’re already using Google Calendar to the fullest . So now you have more than one Google Calendar, e.g., your schedule for school, your schedule for work, and your schedule for private occasions with your significant other. Everything is color-coded, and you can access them all easily via google.com/calendar .
Google Calendar is definitely one of the coolest online calendars and task-management applications. It has everything an average user may wish for: speed, non-cluttered design and lots of useful and never failing features, i.e. calendar sharing, quick event entry, follow-up reminders (SMS/email), RSS feeds, etc. [ More on Google Calendar... ]. In addition to it’s standard feature set, there are hundreds of a user-created browser addons ( mainly firefox ) and problem-specific tips making it even better and more flexible productivity tool. Below, I have listed some of the better ones, if you’re Google Calendar user (or thinking of becoming one) than check them out. FIREFOX (Addons and Greasemonkey Scripts) (1) Better GCal – extremely handy extension that integrates bunch of must-have features into your Google Calendar.
Now that I've moved from iCal to Google Calendar (see Import iCal to Google Calendar ) I now need to figure out the second step: how do I mark this calendar shareable so that the rest of the people in my office can view it and add events, as needed? Dave's Answer: Glad that first article helped you out!