Google Calendar for Chrome
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Google Calendar for Chrome

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Easily check Google Calendar and add new events from websites you visit.

Get a button on your browser toolbar that you can easily click to see upcoming events from Google Calendar, without ever leaving your page. And if you’re on sites that have special events encoded, you can click the button to instantly add events to your calendar. The button shows an orange plus sign whenever there are events on the page you’re viewing that can be added to your calendar.


  • Displays a preview of your calendar while you’re navigating. (works on any page.)
  • If you’re on certain sites where it detects the presence of events, the icon changes to an orange “+”. Clicking that icon lets you add the event to your Google Calendar, and shows you a map (if there’s a location it could detect.)
  • Any site that uses the hCalendar microformat or derivative microformats such as hResume are supported.
  • This extension shows events from whatever calendars you are logged in within Chrome.
  • If you want to use a Google Apps calendar, you should login to that account first, then open the extension.

Looking for Collaborators!

If you’re an Intermediate to Advanced JavaScript developer, we want to welcome you to contributing to this repository. There are several new feature requests for you to work on, and we’ll mentor you in the process. Once your pull requests are merged in, your contributions will be available to millions of users.

Go through the list of feature requests or bugs, and pick one you’d like to tackle. We don’t want to burden you with fixing bugs; so filter the list to show only Feature Requests.

If you have questions, feel free to comment on the specific issue, and we’ll jump in to help. When you’re done, send a pull request.

What’s in it for you?

  • Publicly-visible open-source contributions that you can highlight on your résumé.
  • Mentoring from Google engineers.
  • A better understanding of JavaScript, Chrome extensions.
  • The satisfaction of seeing your code being used by millions of users world-wide.