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Adding a Google Event to a Project
Adding a Google Event to a Project
Learn how to link an event created within a Google calendar to a 17hats Project.
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Written by Amanda Rae
Updated over a week ago

If you've opted to connect a Google Calendar, you've probably already found how useful this feature can be! The great thing about Google is that events you add within Google will automatically appear in 17hats and vice-versa. 

If you've added an event from Google and it needs to be applied to a project within 17hats, you can do so using the "project" drop-down in the calendar event pop-up. 

To access this pop-up, first, open the Google Calendar created event within your calendars page of your 17hats account. You'll see a "project" drop down where you can then link the event to a specific project. To find a project easier, type in the project or contact name.

Please note, if you have not already created a contact and a project, you will need to do so before you can add the event to the project. 

Once you've selected a project, you can decide to use the event for the project date. If you do not use the event as the project date, it will appear in the projects "event" tab as shown below.

For more information on the other fields displayed in a calendar event please click the button below. 


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