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This article explains how to import calendar events to your iPhone from Gmail or a Google Calendar account using CopyTrans Contacts. The steps below work with any iPhone and iPad, including the new iPhone X.

  1. Log in to Gmail or your Google account and navigate to Google Calendar: Navigate to Google calendar.

  2. Click on the cogwheel at the top-right corner and go to “Settings”:Navigate to Settings.

  3. Navigate to “Import and Export” and choose “Export”: Navigate to Export Calendars.

  4. Download your calendars by clicking “Export”: Export your calendar.

  5. Now navigate to the location on your PC where you want your Gmail Calendar events exported. The events will be saved to a *.zip file. Calendar .zip file on your PC.

  6. Next, extract the calendar *.ics file which is found within the *.zip file. iCalendar file on your PC.

  7. Now you will need to import the Google Calendar events you just saved on your PC to your iPhone. You can do that directly via CopyTrans Contacts.
    Download CopyTrans Contacts

  8. Install the program. If you need help installing CopyTrans Contacts, please refer to this article.

  9. Run CopyTrans Contacts and connect your iPhone. Click on the Calendar icon on the left of CopyTrans Contacts’ main window. If you have already set up calendar events on your iPhone, they will now be displayed within the main program window: Calendars in CopyTrans Contacts.

  10. Now, click on the “Import calendars” button and navigate to the location where you saved your Google calendars. Then click “Open”: Open calendar exported from Google.

  11. Select a calendar to import to: Choose a calendar to import to:

  12. Your Google Calendar events will now be imported to your iPhone:The calendar is imported to CopyTrans Contacts.

This is an easy way to import Google Calendar events to your iPhone calendars.Google Calendar event on your iPhone.

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