All your data ends up on your database, but it has to go elsewhere too. Forget about exports and manual scheduling—this MySQL-Google Calendar integration was built to handle that for you.
After you set things up, every new row you add to your MySQL database will be sent to Google Calendar automatically, creating a new event on the calendar of your choice with all the details you need from the row.
How It Works
- A new row is added to a MySQL database
- Zapier automation adds a new detailed event to Google Calendar
What You Need
- MySQL account
- Google Calendar account
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Triggers when an event is created.
Create an event by defining each field.
Triggers when an event is created that matches a search.
Create an event from a piece of text. Google parses the text for date, time, and description info.
Triggers a specified time before an event starts.
Updates an event. Only filled fields are updated.
Triggered when a new row is added or modified.
Updates an existing row.
Triggered when new rows are returned from a custom query that you provide. Advanced Users Only
Adds a new row.