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Advanced Google Calendar Add-on

You can integrate Bookly with Google Calendar and choose one of three modes of synchronization.

The default configuration of Bookly includes the following synchronization modes:

  • One-way sync
  • Two-way front-end only

Advanced Google Calendar add-on enables you to get a full two-way synchronization between two calendars to keep all your Bookly calendar data and any further schedule updates in sync with Google Calendar. All bookings created or updated in Bookly Calendar will be automatically reflected in the Google Calendar, and vice versa.


1. Purchase, download and activate the Advanced Google Calendar add-on in Plugins.

2. First, follow the instructions in this guide or in Settings > Google Calendar (admin area of your Bookly) to set up the connection between your Google Account and Bookly Calendar.

3. Before you select the synchronization type and click Save, you should implement "incremental synchronization", verify and register your domain. Please read carefully the instructions in this document.

Important: for two-way sync, your website must use HTTPS. Google Calendar API will be able to send notifications to HTTPS address only if there is a valid SSL certificate installed on your web server.

4. From the Synchronization mode drop-down, select Two-way sync. Click Save.


Bookly Advanced Google Calendar add-on is available for purchase here.

Try this demo to see Advanced Google Calendar in action.


See these articles for troubleshooting the most common issues with Google Calendar sync:

I am unable to connect a staff member to Google Calendar

There are discrepancies between my website and Google Calendar. What can I do?

Google Calendar sync has stopped working properly after an update. How do I fix it?

My google calendar synchronization is not working. I see this error in Staff Members tab: “Could not json decode the token.”





Google Calendar Sync – learn more about three modes of syncing your Bookly Calendar with Google Calendar.

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