Google Calendar can add reminders of upcoming events to Chrome through desktop notifications. Once set up, simply create appointments in the calendar and keep the service website open in the browser, in a background tab, to receive alerts.
In the following tutorial, check out how to turn on Google Calendar notifications in Chrome and add events to your calendar. The procedure was performed on the browser version for macOS, but the tips also apply to users of Windows PCs.
Google Calendar: 10 Experimental Labs Features to Test
Learn how to turn on Google Calendar notifications in Chrome Photo: Play / Google
Want to buy a cell phone, TV and other discounted products? Meet the Compare TechTudo
Step 1. Visit the Google Calendar website and sign in to your account. The site requests permission to display notifications on the desktop. Press the "Allow" button to authorize;
Let the site display notifications Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
Step 2. If the feature is not offered, select the lock icon, left of the address bar, and choose the "Allow" option under "Notifications";
Turning on Google Calendar notifications Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
Step 3. Now access Google Calendar settings by clicking on the gear icon in the upper right corner of the page;
Access Google Calendar settings Photo: Play / Helito Beggiora
Step 4. In the left column, open "Event Settings" and make sure desktop notifications are enabled;
Check if notifications are on Photo: Play / Helito Beggiora
Step 5. To add an event, go back to the main Google Calendar page and press the "Create" button;
Adding new event to calendar Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
Step 6. Add a title for your event and select the start and end date and time. If you wish, you can add guests, location and description. Finally, press "Save".
Enter reminder details Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
Ready! This will give you event notifications in Google Calendar.
Does Facebook notify event to guests? Ask questions on the TechTudo forum.
How to view Instagram Stories anonymously with Chrome plugin