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Create Google Calendar events for new WordPress posts

  1. When this happensStep 1: New Post

  2. Then do thisStep 2: Create Detailed Event

An editorial calendar for planning is one thing, but it's also important to know when posts actually happen. This WordPress-Google Calendar integration can capture everything the moment it goes live. It will trigger whenever you create a new WordPress post, adding a new event to your Google Calendar so you can keep track of each one you publish.

*Note: this Zap can also be used to keep track of the time you have to prepare a post—create it as a draft, use the current time as the start date to the event, and then add as much time as you need to publish the post for the end-date to create a multi-day event. Learn more about modifying dates with Zapier here.

How It Works

  1. A new WordPress post is created
  2. Zapier automation adds a new event on Google Calendar

What You Need

  • WordPress account
  • Google Calendar account
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All Triggers & Actions

New Calendar

Triggers when a calendar is created.

Event Ended

Triggers when an event ends.

InstantNew or Updated Event

Triggers when an event is created or updated (except when it's cancelled).

New Event Matching Search

Triggers when an event is created that matches a search.

New Media

Triggers when a new media is uploaded.

Event Cancelled

Triggers when an event is cancelled or deleted.

Event Start

Triggers a specified time before an event starts.

InstantNew Event

Triggers when an event is created.

New Comment

Triggers when a new comment is added.

New Post

Triggers when a new post is created.