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Integration RSS + Google Calendar

Connect RSS and Google Calendar via web interface in 5 minutes, without programmers and special knowledge.
RSS integration
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Automation capabilities of
RSS and Google Calendar

Configure the rules once, according to which the systems will work.
Transmit data at specified intervals from RSS to Google Calendar.
Integration of RSS and Google Calendar
Data source: RSS, available actions:
  • Get NOTE (all)
  • Get NOTE (new)
Data receiver: Google Calendar, available actions:
  • Create EVENT
  • Create EVENT
  • Create EVENT (fast)

F.A.Q. on integration of RSS and Google Calendar

How is integration of RSS and Google Calendar carried out?

  • First, you need to register in ApiX-Drive
  • Choose what data to transfer from RSS to Google Calendar
  • Turn on auto-update
  • Now the data will be automatically transferred from RSS to Google Calendar

How long does the integration take?

Depending on the system you want to integrate, the setup time may vary from 5 to 30 minutes. On average, it takes 10-15 minutes.

How much does it cost to integrate RSS with Google Calendar?

You don't need to pay for the integration, as all the functionality is available at all plans. You pay only for the amount of data transferred from one of your systems to another through our service. If you have a small amount of data per month, you can use a free plan and switch to a paid one, if necessary. More information about plans .

How many integrations are available in Apix-Drive?

At the moment, we have 194+ integrations beside RSS and Google Calendar
Information about RSS

RSS (Really Simply Syndication) is a format for broadcasting text content of sites (news, articles, etc.) on the Internet. It allows sites to maintain an RSS feed (feed) of their updates in the form of a news feed that their users can subscribe to for free. When a news or article is published on the site, all feed subscribers automatically receive an announcement with a link to the full version in their RSS reader. Readers are available as a built-in function in web browsers or standalone applications: desktop, mobile or online services, as well as e-mail newsletters. The RSS format was developed in 1997, and today the latest version is 2.0. More

Information about Google Calendar

The completely free Google Calendar service is designed for planning business meetings and personal events. The user has the opportunity to use several calendars at once, adding to them a variety of events, one-time and recurring. It is also possible to share events with other users and keep calendars together. Google Calendar provides the ability to integrate with third-party services and applications. More

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