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.
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New in 1.4.2:
• 24-hour time support.
New in 1.4:
• Selected Calendars: A way to select which among your many calendars to show in the dropdown.
• Cards! A new visual design, inspired by Google Now cards.
• Maps: Links to open event locations in Maps.
• Moar Responsive: the popup updates with newly-added events while it's open.
New in 1.3:
• Quick Add: When adding events, you no longer need to specify a time separately. Type events such as:
— “Dinner with Sam at 8pm Sunday”, or
— “Vacation from Dec 25 to Dec 31”
• 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.
Featured on the Chrome Blog as a “By Google” extension:
Pre-release versions of this extension are available at: