Rocket Matter Knowledge BaseGoogle Integration: CalendarThings to know before syncing your Google Calendar.

Things to know before syncing your Google Calendar.

Google Calendar Integration.

You can sync your Rocket Matter Calendar with Google Calendar so that your Rocket Matter events are pushed into Google Calendar, and your Google Calendar events come back into Rocket Matter. This automatic two-way sync can be used as a bridge to enable other two-way syncs, such as a Rocket Matter/iCal two-way sync. This is a robust sync, but please be aware of the following constraints:

1. Your Rocket Matter calendar syncs with Google Calendar's PRIMARY calendar. Secondary calendar events and events from other calendar subscriptions will not be included in the sync. The primary Google Calendar is the first calendar listed on your Google Calendar.

2. Calendar events that originate from your Google Calendar are synced over to Rocket Matter.  If a calendar invitation is sent to a Rocket Matter user from someone that is not a Rocket Matter user (a third-party calendar event invitation), once you've accepted the calendar event it will appear on your Google Calendar.

If you accepted a third-party calendar event invitation, you may not be able to edit the event details, as you are not the event owner. The event owner will determine the 'Guest Permissions' in the Google Calendar event and has the option to allow attendees to 'Modify Event' details. If this is selected, you can modify the event details in Google, and in Rocket Matter and the calendar event will update in both.

3. Calendar syncing is on a user-by-user basis. Each Rocket Matter user needs to sync their calendar individually. So, if you have multiple Rocket Matter users, you will need to set up a sync for each user.

4. Once the events are synced over, they can not be un-synced.