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How to Sync Multiple Calendars Using Google Calendar

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Best answer by Liz_Roberts 29 April 2020, 18:12

Hi @marilette ,

Checking in to make sure you were able to get your Zap up and running! If you are running into any issues, just let us know :slight_smile:

I see you were working with Support on this and am posting their response below in an effort to assist other users who may have a similar workflow:

Currently Zapier does not support two-way syncing between apps. Think of Zaps like one-way workflows. This help doc has some more info:

https://zapier.com/help/create/basics/does-zapier-support-two-way-syncing

Instead, Zaps have one trigger (when this thing happens) and one or more actions (then do this other thing). So it's possible to have a trigger with one app and then send data into another app, a one-way flow of data.

In order to do a two-way flow of data, you would need a separate Zap. This may accidentally create Zap loops, so proceed with caution here!

https://zapier.com/help/troubleshoot/behavior/zap-is-stuck-in-a-loop

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Hi @marilette thanks for you question! Could you share a bit more information about what you are trying to do with Google Calendar? For example, do you want a change in one calendar to affect many other calendars or do you want all the calendars to sync with each other?

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Hi @marilette ,

Checking in to make sure you were able to get your Zap up and running! If you are running into any issues, just let us know :slight_smile:

I see you were working with Support on this and am posting their response below in an effort to assist other users who may have a similar workflow:

Currently Zapier does not support two-way syncing between apps. Think of Zaps like one-way workflows. This help doc has some more info:

https://zapier.com/help/create/basics/does-zapier-support-two-way-syncing

Instead, Zaps have one trigger (when this thing happens) and one or more actions (then do this other thing). So it's possible to have a trigger with one app and then send data into another app, a one-way flow of data.

In order to do a two-way flow of data, you would need a separate Zap. This may accidentally create Zap loops, so proceed with caution here!

https://zapier.com/help/troubleshoot/behavior/zap-is-stuck-in-a-loop