Afterwards, the Android calendar synchronization system will upload the changes to your calendar server (Google Calendar, or Exchange).
Next, make sure the Google Calendar app is up to date by checking on Google Play (Android) or i Tunes (i Phone). If they didn't work, read through these instructions on your computer while you try the steps on your device.
There are many different issues that can cause sync problems, so you'll see a lot of tips to try.
When you post in the forum, mention the troubleshooting steps you tried from this page.
A few months back Google changed the way users can synchronize Gmail data with Microsoft Outlook.
Android Important: These steps may cause you to lose some unsynced data.
Any event information you can't see on Google Calendar on your computer will be lost. When you have an app open and tap the Home button, the app is closed but it doesn't actually quit.
To check if your calendar sync is working correctly, please follow the next steps: 1. Scroll down to Accounts and select your calendar account (Google Calendar, or Exchange Corporate) 3.
Here you will get an overview of the sync status of your accounts. Tap on your specific account and see if "Calendar" is selected for sync and when it was the last time your Android device has synchronized with your calendar server *If your device has a global auto-sync toggle, please also check whether this is turned on. Check if other calendar apps can create new events on the calendar you've selected.
This could come in handy if you want to periodically export an existing Outlook calendar to Gmail or you are more comfortable working with your schedule via the Outlook interface.
By importing a snapshot of your Google calendar into Outlook, you can see it alongside other calendars in the Outlook Calendar View.
whether you see all the events there before clearing the calendar storage, as what you see there will be what you see on your phone afterwards) are the exception, as we've now added 2-way color syncing for Google Calendar users, this means that color changes you make via the Digi Cal app will also change the Google Calendar color settings on the server, rather than only being stored on your phone.