How to import ics/ical/csv files into Google Calendar?

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When migrating from other email providers to Google, you might need to import your Calendar events to Google Calendar. You can use the GAMMO migration tool which can migrate your Email, Contacts and Calendar events to Google Apps, but also you can do it manually if you’re using the Free Gmail account.

Here’s how to import events to Google Calendar, just follow these steps:

1. Click the down-arrow next to Other calendars
2. Select Import calendar

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3. Click Choose file and find the file that contains your events, then click Open.
4. Select the Google Calendar where you’d like to import events, then click Import.
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Please note that recurring events may not be recognized when importing events from CSV files. In this case, individual items will be created for recurring events that fall between the dates you’ve selected.Learn how to export files from popular calendar applications. Visit the iCalendar and CSV help articles to find out more about these file formats.

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