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Add your Facebook events to your Google Calendar

Facebook offers some of the best Android apps out there for tasks like video calling and messaging. The OG Facebook platform is full of useful features for social purposes. For instance, you can add Facebook events to your Google Calendar, making it easier to track your schedule all from one place. Here's how you can add events from Facebook to your trusty Calendar on Android phones and desktops.

How to add Facebook events to your Google Calendar on your Android phone

  1. Open the Facebook app on your Android phone.
  2. Tap on the three horizontal lines in the top right corner.
  3. Tap on Events.
  4. Select the event you want to add to Google Calendar.

  5. Tap on Manage.
  6. Select Add to Calendar.
  7. Tap Allow to give Facebook access to your calendar.

  8. Select the email address associated with your Google Calendar.

The process of adding Facebook events to your Google Calendar is much easier and faster on your good ol' Android phone. But if you like, you can follow the next set of instructions to add an event from Facebook to your Google Calendar on desktop computers.

How to add Facebook events to your Google Calendar on desktop

  1. Go to facebook.com on your computer.
  2. Click on Events in the tab on the left.

  3. Find your event and click on the three horizontal dots.

  4. Select Add to Calendar.

  5. Select Send to email.
  6. Choose your email ID and click on Export.

  7. Go to your email ID's inbox and find the email Facebook sent you.
  8. Open the Facebook event email and click Add to calendar.

Once you've clicked on the Add to calendar option within the email, you will automatically be taken to your Google Calendar. All the event details are already imported and filled out from Facebook, so the only remaining task is to double-check your preferences and hit save.

Our top equipment picks

There are a ton of excellent calendar apps out there for Android users. If you like the stock feel that comes with Google and enjoy comprehensive integration with Google's other platforms, stick with Google Calendar as your primary calendar app. Exporting events from Facebook to Calender is super easy, and this applies to a host of other platforms as well.

Stay organized with Google

Google Calendar

Free at Google Play

Superior integration

Google Calendar comes as the stock calendar app on most phones, and for good reason. You get the ultimate integrated experience with a multitude of Google's own services as well as third-party features, and none of it costs you a dime.

Additional Equipment

Managing your personal and work schedule from your phone is convenient, but you can make it easier on your eyes. Replace a traditional paper calendar with the Facebook Portal+ smart display for more screen real estate. It can serve as a hub to track all your meet and greets and also bring more features such as video calling and Alexa to the table.

Facebook Portal+

$299 at Amazon

Stay on top of all your events and plans in your calendar on this smart display from Facebook. It makes video calls and texts, and you get Alexa onboard to make it a seamless hands-free experience.



Source: androidcentral

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