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Google Calendar Integration

Table 82. Availability






All users except collaborators on accounts linked with G Suite (previously Google Apps), or individual users with a Google account, can use the Google Calendar integration.


This is an experimental feature from Wrike Labs and, as a result, may have bugs, is subject to change, or be discontinued at any time. Please feel free to use the feedback links on Wrike Labs to share your feedback about this feature.

Use the Google Calendar integration to create Google Calendar events directly from Wrike tasks and plan out when you need to work on a particular item.

Use task scheduling with Google Calendar to:

  • Create and schedule Google Calendar events from Wrike tasks.

  • Schedule task-related meetings or create events as task reminders.

  • Edit events created from Wrike tasks (to reschedule for a different day, or change the time).

Enable the Google Calendar integration

To enable the Google Calendar integration you must be on an account linked with G Suite (previously Google Apps), or have a Google account. Read more on how to link Wrike with G Suite.

  • For Wrike accounts linked with G Suite, users who joined after December 17, 2016 have the Google Calendar integration turned on by default (users can disable the integration from Wrike Labs).

  • Users who joined before December 7, 2016 can enable the Google Calendar integration from Wrike Labs. To do this:

    1. Go to Wrike Labs.

    2. Scroll to the Google Calendar Integration section.

    3. Click Enable.

    4. Refresh the workspace.

Schedule a task

An event is added to the calendar you specified at the designated date and time.


When you update a Google Calendar event from a Wrike task, changes are immediately posted to Google Calendar. You can't currently schedule multi-day events.

  1. Open a task.

  2. Click the three-dot menu in the upper-right corner of the Task view.

  3. Select Google Calendar from the drop-down.

  4. Choose the calendar in which to create an event.

  5. Choose the day for which to schedule the event.


    You can schedule Google Calendar dates that are different from the task start and end dates.

  6. Designate a start and end time for the task (or schedule the task for all day).

  7. Add a Google notification. Notifications appear in the Google Calendar per the designated number of minutes before the meeting. You can also choose not to create a notification.

  8. Click Create event.

Edit an event

Your event is updated in Google Calendar almost instantly.

  1. Open the relevant task.

  2. Click the three-dot menu button.

  3. Select Google Calendar.

  4. Edit the date or time the task should be rescheduled for.

  5. Click Save.

Delete an event

The event is deleted from Google Calendar immediately. Please note that you can also delete an event directly from your Google Calendar.

  1. Open the relevant task.

  2. Click the three-dot menu button.

  3. Select Google Calendar.

  4. Click the trash can icon.

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