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Google Calendar and SharePoint integration

Easily show your live Google Calendar data inside SharePoint

Easily embed our Google Calendar web part onto your SharePoint online pages and customize their design

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Google Calendar

Upcoming events (primary calendar)

Your Google Calendar data is now securely showing in SharePoint

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Get all your Google Calendar data directly in SharePoint with adenin! With this practical integration, you can embed your Google Calendar events, reminders, and schedules directly into a SharePoint web part. It's a game-changer for all you SharePoint and Google Calendar users out there!

Here are some of the major benefits you can look forward to:

  • Calendar in Context: See all your Google Calendar data exactly where you need it most - right in your SharePoint environment.
  • Search Made Simple: No need to switch between apps to find your meetings or events. Search your entire Google Calendar right from SharePoint.
  • Microsoft 365 Synergy: With adenin’s integration, you can build a unified experience across all your Microsoft 365 tools.


  • Embed Google Calendar data into SharePoint web parts
  • Search Google Calendar data directly from SharePoint
  • Seamless integration with Microsoft 365

And it's super straightforward to use, even for non-techies! Plus, developers can get into the nitty-gritty with adenin’s developer-friendly APIs.

Ready to transform the way you work? Start your free adenin account today and make information overload a thing of the past!

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About adenin’s SharePoint channel

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Frequently asked questions about SharePoint Google Calendar integration (FAQ)

What data sources are available for Google Calendar?

Google Calendar provides the following 3 data sources:

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Upcoming events (primary calendar)
View upcoming events on your primary Google calendar
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Upcoming events from any calendar (preview)
View upcoming events on your primary Google calendar
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List Calendars

Is the SharePoint integration free?

Yes, SharePoint is one of the channels built-in into adenin, a platform that integrates all kinds of work apps into a personal dashboard as well as your other work applications, such as intranets or chatbots. Bear in mind that, even though channels such as SharePoint are free, the use of adenin (including using data from Google Calendar) incurs usage charges according to your plan. See the pricing page for details →

Who is the SharePoint integration for?

adenin’s SharePoint connector is a popular choice for Human Resources, Internal Comms and IT teams at small to large organizations. The data sources that are built into Google Calendar (see above) are incredibly simple to integrate into SharePoint and don't require any technical know-how. The adenin platform completely handles authenticating with Google Calendar and then loads your data into an Adaptive Card layout that, in turn, will be embedded into SharePoint.

Do I have to be a developer to use the SharePoint integration with Google Calendar?

No, the integration is designed to help busy managers stay on top of their various workplace applications, where Google Calendar is just one of many examples (see others). As such, we designed many tools that reduce the amount of coding expected of users: Starting with the Google Calendar integration, which you can set up yourself in just a few, completely code-free, steps (see instructions).

Then with the built-in Card designer we automatically generate a layout from your Google Calendar data. You could tweak this further in the low-code designer, either yourself if you have some HTML-related skills, or with a little help from us – just reach out to one of the team.

Lastly, there will be the SharePoint integration which is self-explanatory to install. Just check the installation instructions section for more details.

How does adenin ensure my Google Calendar data is safely delivered to SharePoint?

We use the secure OAuth standard which means you authorize adenin accessing your Google Calendar data and in turn authorize us to share this data with SharePoint. Both of these authorizations can be revoked by you at any point through the Linked accounts menu (requires user account). No data is ever stored on adenin servers, instead it is directly sent to the client (in this case SharePoint) who will treat it in accordance with their privacy policy. Please also check out our Privacy Policy for more details.

Install Google Calendar integration for SharePoint

With adenin you can easily integrate any business app into SharePoint

  1. Click the Add button below

    adenin logoAdd Google Calendar to adenin
  2. Either log in or create your free adenin account. Then you will be directed to your personal dashboard where the installation of your Google Calendar integration will start.

  3. Follow the steps in the modal by clicking Next including selecting your data source, authorizing your Google Calendar account and more attributes (if they are required).

    At the end click Finish and our built-in smart technology generates a Card with the live data it received from the Google Calendar API.

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    Google Calendar

  4. Your Card will now appear on your adenin dashboard.

  5. Modify or embed your Google Calendar Adaptive Card from the ··· button in the top right-hand corner of your card:

    Click Edit in Designer to open the Card’s layout in the low-code Adaptive Card designer.

    By clicking Share you can see options for embedding your Card into intranet and chatbot channels. For example, your Google Calendar works as a SharePoint web part, or with chatbots such as Microsoft Teams.

To begin, add the adenin’s SharePoint integration to your SharePoint account.

How to add an Adaptive Card as a SharePoint WebPart

  1. Add the Card maker web part to a SharePoint page
  2. Then open the configuration panel and click on Generate a Card Share URL. This will open a blank Adaptive Card in the Designer.
  3. Simply design your Card by dragging-and-dropping in elements and connect it to your 3rd party app by clicking Connect to data source. Click on the Share button once you're ready to embed the Adaptive Card into SharePoint.
  4. Then just copy the URL across to your web part and your Adaptive Card will start to appear instantly on your SharePoint page
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