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:
- Log in to your account, Select Calendar
- Click the gear icon and choose Offline from the dropdown menu
- You’ll be prompted to install the Google Calendar web application from the Chrome Web Store. Click Install from Web Store.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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 www.google.com/calendar into your browser to access your offline calendar, or click the Google Calendar web application shortcut icon in a new Chrome tab.