I’m not a calendar guy, really! I’d mostly pass days swiftly and would just look at a calendar WHEN I have the need to do so. Like for special days like anniversaries, birthdays, bills deadline, etc. You can say my schedule is a bit square as I’d know what happens weeks in advance anyway. This may soon end with Google Calendar!
Google Calendar, previously code-named “CL2″, is a contact- and time-management web application offered by Google. It allows users to synchronize their Gmail contacts with a web-based calendar. It became available on April 13, 2006
Let’s move on to show you how easy it is to create your first event:
STEP 1: Log on to www.google.com/calendar . Enter by encoding your login name and password. If you currently do not have a google account, you should press the “create an account button”
STEP 2: Locate the CREATE EVENT or the QUICK ADD links at the upper right area of the webpage.
Both CREATE EVENT and the QUICK ADD links brings you to the same event adding screen. The only difference is QUICK ADD lets you input the event title right away before bringing you to the event details page. CREATE event brings you to the event details page directly.
STEP 3: Type in the event details
STEP 4: Press save!!!
… and your done posting your single event details online at Google Calendar.