Import your Google and Microsoft Calendar events right into your timesheet. Using this integration, you can automatically include all of your work-related events in TrackingTime, such as meetings, calls and presentations.
How to connect your Calendar with TrackingTime.
Go to your calendar settings and turn on your favorite Calendar.
TrackingTime will request permission to connect to your Microsoft or Google account. Hit 'Accept' to proceed.
All your calendars will be displayed for you to choose which one to import the events from. Select the calendars you want to sync. We suggest you add your work related calendar.
Get events since: select the date from which we should import your events.
Auto log events: if enabled all your events will be logged, this means that the hours will be automatically added to your timesheets. If disabled all your events will be imported as "scheduled events" and you will have to save them when they are done so they are added to your timesheets.
💡 Note: Synchronization may take a few minutes, please be patient 😊
The Microsoft and Google Calendar event's name will be added as a note to the TrackingTime event in your Hours tab. If you want to edit the events please keep the following Calendar Rules in mind.
The following rules apply to both Microsoft Calendar and Google Calendar integration.
The events you update in TrackingTime will not be overwritten by subsequent changes you make to your Calendar.
Events deleted in TrackingTime will no longer be synced with your Calendar.
When you update an event in your Calendar, TrackingTime will automatically update as well.
Events deleted in your Calendar will be also deleted in TrackingTime in the subsequent sync.
This is not a two-way sync: events created in TrackingTime will not import into your Microsoft or Google Calendar.
How to disconnect your Google and Microsoft Calendar.
In your calendar settings turn off your calendar.
You will then be asked whether you want to keep the calendar events or delete them all from TrackingTime. Select your preference.