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
- A new WordPress post is created
- Zapier automation adds a new event on Google Calendar
What You Need
- WordPress 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 you add a new comment.
Create a new post, including the status allowing the creation of drafts.
Triggered when you add a new post.
Deletes an event.