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Authorization Process With Google Calendar

Note: Google Calendar is only available on the pro version.

To integrate with google-calendar follow, the below steps.

Process of Authorization and Integration

  1. Search & Select Google Calendar from the actions pages.

  2. Integration Name: Set the proper integration name. Default it's taken “Google Sheet”.

  3. Client ID & Secret: For client ID & secret you have to visit the Google API console. If you already have any Client ID & secret before then copy this to the field. If you don’t have any then you have to create a new client ID & secret.

If you don’t have any then you have to create a new client ID & secret.

  1. Client ID & Secret: For client ID & secret, you have to visit the Google API console. If you already have any Client ID & secret before then, copy this to the field. If you don't have any, then you have to create a new client ID & secret

  2. To create Google OAuth-2, you have to visit the Google API console. If you don't have any Projects in Google Console, you have to create projects in Console.

  3. To create a Project, click on My First Project -> Then Click New Project.

  4. In the Project name field, put the Project name of your choices. If you have any Organization for the Location field, you can put your Organization or leave it as default.

  5. Now click on the "Create" button to create a Project.

  6. Now go to the Google API Console Dashboard, and you have to enable Google sheets API and Google Calendar API.

  7. To enable Google Sheets API and Google Calendar API to go to Dashboard and select ENABLE APIS AND SERVICE.

  8. Search Google Calendar API in this search bar. Now Select Google Calendar API and enable API by clicking on the "Enable" button.

  9. If you have already created an application under OAuth Consent Screen, or you have to create an application. And select the Scopes tab, and you have to add Google Sheets API and Google Calendar API scopes.

  10. To add Google Sheets API and Google Calendar API scopes. Click on the "ADD OR REMOVE SCOPES" button. Then search and add Google Sheets API and Google Calendar API scopes and click on the "Update" button.

  11. After complete these steps, to get new Client Id & Client secret information go to Google API CONSOL=> Credentials=>Create Credentials=> OAuth Client ID => Select Application Type=> Give a Client Name => Add home page URL => Add authorized URL.

  12. Register all the information and get your client ID & Secret information from google sheet.

  13. Now give Client ID & Secret to the fields & click Authorize & you are ready to import all your data from Bit Form to your Google Sheet.

  14. Now select the Calendar Lists and Time Zone from drop-down list of your choice

  15. You can now map the Bit form fields with the necessary Google fields. You can send custom values on Google Sheet. After mapping the desired fields, click on Next.

Actions

1.All Day Event: By enabling this action, Events will create without time range. The Event will create for a full day.

2.Skip If Slot Not Free: By enabling this action, Event create will skip if the slot is not free. Suppose you have three slots in a day at the specific time range. If these three slot time ranges coincide with the current event created then the event will not be created it will skip. The event will skip if the slot time range matches the event deadline.

3. Set Reminders: By enabling this option you can set a reminder with an Email and Calendar Notification. Also, you can set a time, how long ago you want to get the reminder.
Note: You have to set a reminder to get reminder from drop-down list.

Save and Finish

  1. To save the integration process click on Finish & Save.
  1. We have an option in every integration "Timeline," where you can check integration success or error status.
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