Plan Comparison

CalendarBridge offers three user plans: Basic, Premium, and Pro. The only difference between the three plan types is the number of sync connections included in the plan.  Basic includes 2 sync connections, premium includes 16 sync connections, and pro includes 36 sync connections. Each sync connection is the same regardless of which plan type it […]

Syncing Overview

CalendarBridge syncs events (and updates to those events) from one calendar to another calendar according to a user-defined set of rules, which we call a “sync connection.” Sync frequency depends on the type of source calendar For Google and Microsoft source calendars, syncing is real-time. CalendarBridge continuously listens for activity on the source calendar and […]

Group Account License Types

On this page If you are not familiar with how CalendarBridge syncing works, read Syncing Overview before reading this article. For group plans, CalendarBridge offers two types of licenses: (1) Managed User licenses and (2) Managed Sync licenses. About Managed Users Licenses Managed users licenses behave similarly to user licenses in Microsoft 365, Google Workplace, […]

Overview of the Group Admin Portal

Table of Contents Accessing the Group Admin Portal To gain access to the organization administration portal, you must first create a group account. If you have been granted access to the organization admin portal, you will see a “Manage your Organization” button on the home screen of your CalendarBridge dashboard (If it doesn’t show up […]

About Syncing

To setup syncing between two calendars, users create one or more “sync connections.” Each sync connection has a source calendar and a destination calendar. When an event is created, edited, or canceled on the source calendar, CalendarBridge creates, edits, or cancels a corresponding event copy on the destination calendar. (Edits to event copies on the […]

About Schedulers

A CalendarBridge scheduler is a webpage that enables people to schedule a meeting with you only during times which you: (a) designate as available for meetings; and (b) are actually available according to your calendar(s). Simply share the link to your scheduler and they can book a time that fits your schedule and theirs – […]

Creating a Group Account

1. Login/Signup with the email address of the account administrator.   2. Click “Create Organization Group Account.” This will take you to the Create Organization page:   3. Select your organization id. From the dropdown, select which of the domains of your connected accounts to use as your organization id. Which domain you pick will […]