October 22nd, 2021 | Updated on June 29th, 2022
If you just use one email account, keeping track of your calendar is easy enough. But what about when you use multiple email accounts for different purposes? Can you merge calendars so all your events are visible in one place?
Fortunately, yes, you can! There are a variety of ways you can combine calendars from different accounts to stay organized on your devices.
Keep reading to find out how to sync multiple calendars so you can access them from all your computers, smartphones, tablets, and other devices.
4 Ways To Merge Account Calendars
1. Use Spike App To Merge Google Calendars
With Spike, merging calendars has never been easier. The Spike app lets you sign in with all your different Google accounts to merge their separate calendars into one handy location.
Plus, if you add an event to the Spike calendar, you can choose which of your calendars it gets synced to. That way, your work calendar stays professional, and your personal calendar stays personal.
The Spike app is available for Mac, PC, Chromebook, Android, and iOS devices, so you can stay on top of your schedule no matter what device you’re using.
Keep in mind that calendar syncing isn’t all Spike does. It turns your email into a consolidated workspace to boost you and your team’s productivity. Here are a few of the other features:
- Conversational email
- Collaborative notes
- Collaborative tasks
- Group chat
- Advanced email search
- In-line RSVPing
- Video/audio meetings
- Seamless cloud integration
2. Sync Calendars Right In Google
Another option you have for merging calendars is to share your different Google calendars across accounts. To do so, follow the steps below:
- Sign in to your Google Calendar account
- Click on the gear icon at the top of the screen to pull up the setting menu
- Select the “Calendar” tab
- Select “Sharing”
- Enter all the email addresses you want to share the calendar with
So, if you have 2 Google accounts, do this process 2 times and share the calendar from each account to the other. You’ll now be able to see the events from both calendars no matter which account you’re logged into.
Pro Tip: You can also follow this same process if you want to share your calendar with friends, family, or co-workers for easy scheduling.
3. Merge Outlook Calendars In Outlook App
For the readers who use Outlook instead of Google, here’s how you can merge Outlook calendars across your devices. To get started, all you need to do is download the Outlook mobile app across all the devices you want to view your calendars on.
Then, log into all the different email accounts you want to see calendars for in the app. Once you’re logged into them all, just tap on the menu icon in the top left-hand corner and select the account you want to see the calendar for.
If you want to see all the calendar events at once, just click on the “Home” icon and go to the calendar. The events from all your synced accounts will appear together here.
4. Sync Different Account Calendars On An iOS Device
If you use an iPhone or iPad, you can sync all your calendars from different accounts to the native calendar.
To do so, go to Settings>Calendar>Add Account, then choose from the account options that appear on the screen. If the account you want to add doesn’t appear, click on “Other” at the bottom of the screen.
Once you’ve made your selection, enter your login details to sync the calendar from the account to your iOS device. Repeat this for all the accounts you want to add until your calendars are all merged on your smartphone or tablet.
You can also create separate calendars on your Apple device to separate work, personal, and other events for better organization and less clutter on your calendar.
No matter how many email accounts with different calendars you have, it’s possible to merge calendars across devices, and it’s easier than you might have thought!
Follow the tips in this article to sync all your calendars so you can access them from your different devices and start living a more organized life today! You’ll never be late again (hopefully).