Todoist Adds Real-Time 2-Way Sync With Google Calendar

Todoist has announced today that they have added real-time 2-way sync with Google Calendar, meaning that users who have both Todoist and Google Calendar will be able to see any updates they make with Google Calendar additions show up in Todoist on their to-do lists. Adversely, they'll also see any changes made in to-do lists show up in Google Calendar as well, as after all this is a 2-way sync feature. For those who relish in having things as organized as possible without having to put in more effort than needed, this is likely going to be a huge benefit.

As part of the sync, users will be able to see all of their Todoist tasks in a few different views. Whether you like to see things from a day, week, or month perspective, you'll be able to do so with the new update. The sync with Calendar will happen with Todoist tasks that have dates or times associated with the task according to the Todoist blog post, so it seems that if any to-do list tasks don't have times added to them they won't be synced with Google Calendar. That being said, if this is the case then if you want to ensure something is synced then you'll want to make sure that you add a time to whatever it is you want to transfer over.

The feature is not automatically enabled so users will need to set it up, though doing so isn't very difficult and should only take a minute to get going. All users will have to do is open the Todoist app, head to the integrations tab which is located in the app's settings menu, and there will be a new option to enable connect your Google Calendar account with Todoist. That's it. After you connect the account that will make sure that real-time 2-way sync happens between both services from then on, so you won't have to worry about sharing things between either app for the most part as everything should happen on its own. The app update for Todoist that adds this feature should already be live in the Play Store.

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