Google Calendar has the option for offline access. This allows you to access and use Google Calendar even without an internet connection.
The offline viewing functionality includes Drive, Gmail, and Docs/Slides/Sheets as well. However, this new feature is available only for Google Workspace accounts.
By enabling this function, you can view your calendar and events from four weeks prior. This feature comes in handy when you have no or unreliable internet connection. However, it should be noted that ‘My Calendars’ will be stored for offline access, but tasks and reminders will be excluded. Also, you won’t be able to edit or create any new events.
If you want to know how to access your Google Calendar when offline, we can help you with the steps. In this guide, we have provided the steps following which you can easily access your Google Calendar offline. So without wasting any time, let’s take a look at the details.
Steps to access your Google Calendar when offline:
- Go to Google Calendar:
- Next, navigate to the gear box > Settings:
- Next, under the settings page navigate to Offline tab:
- Now, on the offline page you will see the Turn on offline calendar checkbox, just enable it:
- Now, the calendar will ask you to reload the calendar, click on the reload now button: