Microsoft and Google are the biggest competitors fighting for the leadership and market share, and all's fair in love and war… Anyway, apart from Google's Calendar Sync, there exist a number of ways and free tools to sync Outlook and Google calendars and hopefully this article will help you choose the best approach.Using this method you can set up one way syncing from Google Calendar to Outlook.But since all that stuff is of no use any longer, we have removed it.
But now that the former top player (Google Calendar Sync) is out of the game, it probably makes sense to review some paid tools as well, and see how they compare to each other.
Below you will find a quick overview of the syncing tool that I tried personally.
I'm sure by now all of you are aware that the old good Google Calendar Sync is not supported any longer.
And you don't need to have the third eye to understand at least one reason why they discontinued it.
To start configuring, you can click on the on the corresponding tab.
The Mac version of Companion Link is also available that supports 2-way syncing between Mac and Google.
Calendar Sync is free software to sync Outlook appointments with Google events.
It supports one-way syncing either from Outlook or Google as well as 2-way syncing by last changed appointments/events.
If you want to send the changes back to Google Calendar, you need to export your Outlook Calendar.
Google officially announced "Google Sync End of Life", including the Google Calendar Sync, last year.
In this section, we are going to look into some free tools and services and see what benefits they provide.