Keep track of your time offline. With Offline Calendar for Chrome 10+ Beta, you can access your events through your browser without an Internet connection.

To enable Offline Access:

  1. Log in to your account, Select Calendar 
  2. Click the gear icon and choose Offline from the dropdown menu
  3. You’ll be prompted to install the Google Calendar web application from the Chrome Web Store. Click Install from Web Store.
  4. You’ll be taken to the Chrome web store page for the Google Calendar web application. Click the Install button. or click on> Offline calendar
    • The Google Calendar Web App download page opens in a separate window. If you accidentally closed it or it was prevented by a popup blocker you can try to open the download page again by clicking the Install from Web Store button in the popup again.
  5. Once installation is complete, a new Chrome tab will open and the Google Calendar web app icon will appear. Click on the icon to be taken to Google Calendar.
  6. Click the gear icon again. Next to Offline, you should see a green icon with a checkmark. This means your calendar is synchronized and ready to be used offline. If your calendar is still syncing, you’ll see a green spinning icon until it’s completed.

Your offline calendar will update every time you go online. Note: Offline will not work if you are using Chrome in an incognito window.

How to access offline calendar :

To access your calendar when you’re not connected to the internet, you’ll first need to enable offline access using the steps above. If you have the feature enabled already, type into your browser to access your offline calendar, or click the Google Calendar web application shortcut icon in a new Chrome tab.