With several different calendars there is the risk of missing an appointment.
With Onpipeline you can connect to your Gmail or Microsoft Calendar in a 2-way replication. It means that you can add events to Onpipeline and find them on the connected Calendar and vice-versa.
You can connect with your external calendar in Settings / Calendar Sync
Choose the calendar
Once connected you will select the calendar(s) that you wish to sync, for example you may exclude private calendars from the sync.
When events are created in that linked calendar, and event will be created in Onpipeline. When you create an Event in Onpipeline an Event will be created in the linked Calendar. Updates made to either of these events will update the other calendar (last updated wins).
Event Type – 3rd party calendars do not support the event types we use in Onpipeline, that’s why events imported from external calendars will be created as “Tasks”. When you create the event on Onpipeline the event type will be preserved if updated later on the linked calendar.
Avoid double invitations – If you add events in Onpipeline, please know the receiving calendar reads the guests in your event and sends its own invitation, like the event were added on their application. In order to avoid a double notification, when you create the event in Onpipeline add your guest and leave “Email Guests outside your organization” unchecked. This way the invitation will be sent only by the other calendar when it syncs your event from Onpipeline. If you add the event from the external calendar, please know that Onpipeline will not send any notification (the user will receive the notification only from the source calendar).