What is a sync connection?

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.” For more information on sync connections, see About Syncing

How many sync connections do I need?

The number of sync connections you need is driven by how many calendars you want to sync and in which direction(s) you want to sync them. To illustrate, here are two common configurations involving 3 calendars X, Y, and Z (these calendars may reside on 1, 2, or 3 Google/Microsoft/iCloud accounts): Thus… If you only […]

How often do calendars sync?

It depends on the type of source calendar: Sync connections where the source calendar is a Google or Outlook calendar are “real-time” and work based on push notifications (rather than syncing at periodic intervals). This means that changes on a source calendar typically propagate to the destination calendar within a minute (but can take longer […]