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 destination calendar are not synced back to the source calendar — this is to ensure your original events are never corrupted in any way).
Each sync connection also has a number of user-controlled settings that dictate which information is synced from the source calendar to the destination calendar. A sync connection can sync no information about the event (in which case the event copy will simply be an event titled “busy” or “free”), or can sync one or more of subject, description, location, web conference information, and attendees.
Each sync connection also has user-controlled settings to dictate the color and subject of event copies, to help the user distinguish their native events from event copies created by CalendarBridge.
Each sync connection is the same regardless of which plan type it is on. (i.e., if you only need 1 or 2 sync connections, there is no advantage to choosing a premium or pro account).
Highlights of CalendarBridge syncing
- Syncing is real-time — changes on the source calendar are reflected on the destination calendar typically within 2 minutes.
- Users can control which information is synced.
- Users can control how synced events appear on the destination calendar.