How to Transfer Calendar to Google Calendar

Last updated on June 7th, 2019

This tutorial contains detailed instructions on how to transfer calendar events to Google Calendar. In fact, you will learn how to export Microsoft Account (Windows Live, Hotmail, Outlook) calendar events and import them to your Google Account (Google Calendar). The instructions can be useful especially if you want to transfer your calendar from your Windows Phone (MS account calendar) to Android Phone (Google account calendar) .

How to Transfer Outlook Live Calendar to Google Calendar.

Step 1. Export Calendar.

1. Sign-In to your Microsoft account from a desktop computer.

2. From Outlook Appsimage shortcut, click Calendar.

Export Calendar

3. In Outlook calendar, click the Settings iconimageand select Options. *

Export Calendar

* Note: If you don't see the above settings menu, then Turn off the Outlook beta.


4. Expand the calendar menu and select Calendar publishing.


5. Under Show availability, titles and Locations click Create.

Export Calendar

6. Then click the ICS link to save the calendar file (calendar.ics) on your computer.

Export Outlook live Calendar

Step 2. Import Calendar to Google Calendar.

1. Sign-In to your Gmail account using a desktop computer.

2. From Google Apps shortcut iconimage, select Calendar.


3. Click the Settings iconimage and click Settings.

Transfer Calendar to Google Calendar

4. Click Import & Export at the left pane.

import calendar to google

5. Then click Select file from your computer.

import outlook calendar to google calendar

6. Now choose the exported "calendar.ics" file and click Open.

import windows phone calendar to google calendar

7. Finally click IMPORT to import the Outlook live calendar events to your Google account calendar. *

* Note: By default, the Outlook Live calendar events, will be imported into your primary Google calendar.

import calendar

That's it! Let me know if this guide has helped you by leaving your comment about your experience. Please like and share this guide to help others.

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