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Events can represent anything from an appointment or meeting, to a friend's birthday or a deadline you don't want to miss; adding and keeping track of events is the heart of Google Calendar.

There are several ways to add a new event to your calendar.

One is to click the calendar on the day and time that you want your event to happen, so you can make sure you're available then.

Another is to click the down arrow next to the "Create" button, which brings up the Quick Add window.

Type a sentence describing the event including who, what, and where, and Google will automatically create an event at the right time.

If you include someone's email address, you may choose to send them an invitation.

To create an all-day event, from the day or week view, click into the space at the top of any day.

From the month view, clicking into a day will create an all-day event by default.

In the pop-up that appears, enter a name for your event, and choose the calendar in which you want to save the event, then click "Create event." If you want make changes to the event time, add additional details, invite guests or adjust other settings, click the "Edit event" link.

Click "Save" when you are done.

Your event will now appear in your calendar, displaying the color of the calendar it is assigned to.

You can view the event details by clicking anywhere in the event.

Event1. An alert or triggered notification; 2. a Web page created on Facebook that contains time and location details for an occasion; 3. a Web-based overview of an offline happening.Google CalendarGcal; Google's cloud-based calendar application connected to Gmail.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.WindowA visual area containing a user interface.EmailElectronic mail; a system where a message is composed and sent via the Internet to be read by another person in a different location.Email addressThe combination of a username and a domain which designates the location of a person's unique email inbox.SettingsA user's specified parameters for a browser, social network, or other application; browser settings include homepage and security, whereas account settings on web applications or social networks include email notifications, various aesthetic options and privacy options.Basecamp4442How do I Add Events to my Calendars?
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