Setting up Calendar Syncing

On this Page Introduction Follow this section to configure syncing between calendars you have connected to your CalendarBridge account. (If you don’t have any calendars yet connected, see Connecting Calendar Accounts) About Sync Connections Sync connections are how you instruct CalendarBridge to copy events from one calendar to another. Events from the source calendar will […]

Creating a Scheduler

On this page 1. About Schedulers. Schedulers are personalized web pages that others can use to automatically schedule meetings with you only at times you are available. Simply send someone a link to your scheduler and they can book a meeting at a time they know will work for you. Follow these steps to create […]

Editing a Sync Connection

Note: Editing a sync connection requires removing existing copies on your calendars.  This causes a lot of activity on your calendar and can lead to Google and/or Microsoft temporarily rate limiting your account. So it is best to avoid frequent edits, if possible. Learn more here. 1. Go to your syncs dashboard 2. Begin editing […]

Deleting a Sync Connection

Important Notes About Deleting a Sync Connection Deleting a sync connection will remove existing event copies that were created via that sync connection. If you are having trouble deleting a sync connection, it is most likely because we no longer have access to the calendar (which means we cannot remove the event copies we created). […]

Syncing Resource Calendars

Google Resource Calendars Option 1: Use a Super Admin account If you are a super admin of your Google Workspace tenant, then resource calendars should show up in your list of calendars (if it doesn’t, go to your Google Calendar settings and move it to “My Calendars.”) and you can create sync connections involving the […]

Reauthorizing Calendar Access

Occasionally CalendarBridge may lose permission to access your Microsoft/Google calendar. The most common reason for this is when your Microsoft/Google password has changed, but there can be other reasons (e.g., you or an administrator used Microsoft’s “sign out everywhere” feature). When this happens, use the following steps to re-authorize CalendarBridge’s access to your calendar. Re-Authorizing […]

Revoke Access to your Calendar

Revoke Access to a Microsoft 365 Calendar These steps will show you how to remove CalendarBridge’s access to your Microsoft 365 or Office 365 account. For removing access to your personal Microsoft account (Outlook.com, hotmail.com, live.com, or msn.com account) see the section on personal Microsoft calendars, below. 1. Go to https://myapplications.microsoft.com. Note: If you have […]

Connecting and Disconnecting a Zoom Account

Connecting a Zoom Account 1. Go to you schedulers overview page at https://calendarbridge.com/dashboard/schedules 2. Click “Add Zoom Account” This will redirect you to the Zoom login page. 3. Login to zoom. 4. Approve and Authorize CalendarBridge. After logging into Zoom, you will see one of three things based on whether CalendarBridge is approved on your […]

Creating a Group Invite

Go to your group booking dashboard by clicking “Group Booking” in the left menu, or just go to https://calendarbridge.com/dashboard/group     Click “New invitation”   Step 1: Set event subject and description.Enter a subject and description for the meeting then click “Continue to availability.”   Step 2:  Select availability and meeting durationSelect which scheduler/availability to […]

Configuring Custom ID for Scheduling Links

About CalendarBridge Custom URLs The default format of a CalendarBridge scheduling links is: https://calendarbridge.com/book/<random id> where <random id> is generated automatically when a scheduling link is created. Users with paid subscriptions can optionally customize their scheduling link(s) according to the format: calendarbridge.com/book/<unique custom id>/<(optional) additional field>. For example, Jane may set her unique custom id […]

Refining Your Scheduler Availability

The create/edit scheduler interface lets you set one availability window each day: If you need more flexibility, here is a technique that will allow you to Block time on your scheduler without blocking that time for internal scheduling Setup multiple availability windows in a single day Set your availability on-the-fly directly from your calendar Create […]

Scheduling a Meeting while Logged In to CalendarBridge

This page walks through scheduling a meeting through a CalendarBridge scheduling link when you are  logged in to CalendarBridge. The URL of a scheduling page is of one of the following formats: https://calendarbridge.com/book/<unique id> https://calendarbridge.com/book/<custom id> https://calendarbridge.com/book/<custom id>/<additional field> If you are logged in to CalendarBridge, the scheduling page will look similar to this (note […]

Scheduling a Meeting when NOT Logged In to CalendarBridge

This page walks through scheduling a meeting through a CalendarBridge scheduling link when you are NOT logged in to CalendarBridge. (If you are logged in, CalendarBridge can automatically filter the available time slots based on your availability. To take advantage of that, follow the instructions for scheduling when logged-in to CalendarBridge.) The URL of a […]

Edit a Scheduling Link

1. Go to your schedulers overview page. While logged into the CalendarBridge dashboard, click the “Schedulers” link on the left navigation bar. Or just enter https://calendarbridge.com/dashboard/scheduling into your browser. 2. Find the scheduler you would like to edit, click the three dots in the upper right corner, and click “edit”. 3. Make the desired changes. Note: […]