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Google Calendar + Evernote Reminders = A Perfect Match




Do you wish you could see your Evernote Reminders in your Google Calendar??  You can and I will show you how!


1.  Go to Cronofy -- Cronofy syncs with Evernote and Google Calendar with 2 way syncing.  You can change the title in your calendar and it will also change it in Evernote.  

This is what you will see when you get to Cronofy.

2.  Select your calendar service. (
I set mine up so they show up in a separate calendar in Google Calendar called TO DO.  If you want to set up a separate calendar do it before connecting your Google Calendar.  If you do not know how follow these instructions).


Supported calendar services.

3.  Connect with your Evernote account.  
4.  Select your settings.  
5.  Connection complete!

The screen you get when your connections are made.

It may take a few minutes to see your reminders in your calendar.


Google Calendar with my Evernote Reminders.

If you want more information on Evernote Reminders below are links to some other posts I have done :


Do you sync Evernote Reminders to your calendar?  Do you use a different method?  Tell me how you do it in the comments.  As always if you have any questions please let me know.

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