What is Google Calendar?
Google Calendar is a free service that offers calendar and scheduling features. It can be accessed from a web browser, as well as from apps across a range of different devices.
Aside from functioning as a personal calendar and scheduling tool, it also enables coordination and collaboration for numerous users across a business environment. Sharing and privacy settings allow a user to quickly organise meetings while keeping control over what kind of details they are sharing.
Loome Integrate Google Calendar Connection
Loome Integrate connects to Google Calendar as a source in order to extract calendar data for other implementations.
Many smaller businesses use Google Calendar as a coordination tool, but may run up against its limitations once they grow past a certain point. Project coordinators and managers may also require visibility that the product does not offer. When the calendar data is extracted it can be implemented in a number of new, more advanced ways that build upon the functionality of the original application.
Learn more about Loome Integrate and how it can streamline the way you utilise your scheduling data.
Google Calendar Connector Solution Scenarios
Below are some solution scenarios that are relevant to understanding how this scheduling connector can be used to as part of a larger business solution.
Publish Google Calendar to These Systems
Once connected to Google Calendar as a source, you can move your scheduling data to a visualisation and reporting tool. You can embed these reports and dashboards in Loome Publish to create an integrated analytics portal. Creating a comprehensive, centralised nexus of your scheduling assets is a great way to take control over your reporting environment.
These are some of the visualisation and report creation tools that can be used to publish data assets and create an analytics portal environment.