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One-way sync with Google calendar

Synchronize SingularityApp with your Google calendar, even if you have several ones. Keep an eye on your upcoming meetings and events right from the planner. Data is synced every minute, so all changes appear immediately in SingularityApp

Set up sync

  1. Open Settings.

    To do this, press  Cmd +  , or in the system menu, select SingularityApp > Settings.

  2. In the settings, select: Calendars > Google.
  3. Choose a Google account.
  4. Give SingularityApp access to your calendars.

    Click on «Allow».

    Then go back to the app.

  5. Choose which calendars to display in SIngularityApp.

    To do this, click on «Ок».

    SingularityApp will display all calendars from your Google account. By default, they will have a “Hide” status. Change the status to “Show events” for those calendars that you want to see in your planner.

View events

  1. Open the Today folder to see what events are scheduled for today in your Google calendar.

    On a darker background, tasks are displayed above all other tasks in the same order as they have in Google Calendar.

    They are marked with colored round labels. Color of a label matches the color of its cell in a Google calendar.

    Task names can have diffferent colors and styles. It depends on a status of a task:

    • If an event is overdue, the task name is gray.
    • If it is an ongoing event, the task name is in bold.
    • If it is an upcoming event, the task name is general.
  2. Open the Upcoming folder to see what events are scheduled for the next 2 months in your Google calendar.

    On a darker background, tasks are displayed above all other tasks in the same order as they have in Google Calendar.

You may set up the synchronization both on a single device and several ones. In the second case, you need to set up the sync separately on each.

It is one-way synchronization, so you may only view events from your Google calendars on the planner.

SingularityApp will soon have a new release with two-way sync available. This means you will be able to edit and check events from your Google calendar like regular tasks in SingularityApp, and they will sync across all devices.

Keep in touch!