Add a WorkFlowy bullet (or any webpage) to Google Calendar in two clicks.
IMPORTANT NOTE! This version is not compatible with the new Google Calendar format. If you have upgraded, you can revert by clicking the Gear icon and selecting "Back to classic Calendar". Sorry. Hope to have a fix soon.
• Creates events using the WorkFlowy bullet title.
• Uses Google Calendar's "Quick Add" to parse what, when, and where.
• Works on any webpage, not just WorkFlowy.
• Activate via toolbar icon, keyboard shortcut or right click menu.
• Selecting text overrides the title to limit what gets parsed.
• Adds the page link to the event note.
• Great way to create reminder/notifications for WorkFlowy items!
• No persistent memory footprint.
• Zoom/focus on the WorkFlowy bullet or load a webpage.
• Optionally select text (to override the page title).
• Click the icon, right click menu, or use a keyboard shortcut.
(an add event form opens in a new tab).
• Click Save, or edit details if desired.
• Date and location parsing are not available in some languages.
• Does not support time zone parsing.
• Does not support Google Calendar for your domain.
QUICK ADD TIPS:
• What: The event title, any text not parsed as a date.
• Where: Location info following 'at' or 'in.'
• When: Nearly any date and/or time expression. Using 'at' and 'on' helps.
• No date or time: adds to the next time slot.
• Date only: schedules all day event.
• Text in quotations isn't parsed as location or date.
• Select text to limit what gets parsed by Quick Add
QUICK ADD EXAMPLES:
• Volleyball today at 5pm
• Ballgame at Yankee Stadium Fri noon
• Lunch "Ruby Tuesdays" next Mon 1p
• Staff meeting 2015-07-25 13:00
• Run w/ Pat 2:15 tomorrow for 45 min
• Run w/ Pat 2:15 - 3 pm tomorrow
• National Conference 9/23 - 9/26 in Atlanta
• Product Launch Mtg Wed 1400-1500
v2.1: Added to right click menu.
v2.0: Works on any webpage.
Assign a keyboard shortcut
Edit Calendar without saving first
v1.2: updated to new Google Calendar URL
v1.1: enabled Quick Add's location parsing
v1.0: initial release