Harvest
When this happens...
Google CalendarEvent Start
Then do this...
HarvestCreates Timesheet Entry

Starting your Harvest timer can sometimes slip your mind before you run off to a meeting. Use this Zapier integration to automatically create a timesheet entry in Harvest when a Google Calendar event starts.

How It Works

  1. An event starts in Google Calendar
  2. Zapier creates a timesheet entry in Harvest

What You Need

  • Google Calendar account
  • Harvest account

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Harvest gives you simple time tracking, fast online invoicing, and powerful reporting software. Simplify employee timesheets and billing.

Google Calendar lets you organize your schedule and share events with co-workers and friends. With Google's free online calendar, it's easy to keep track of your daily schedule.

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