Google Calendar API

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Sync Google Calendar Events Seamlessly

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While mission-critical for most software companies, creating effective and secure scheduling and calendar-syncing features into an application is no easy feat. In fact, building such a feature for just one calendar provider can take 12 months or more. Developers need to build unique connections with each calendar provider, and the infrastructure varies between each unique calendar software provider.

With the Nylas Calendar API, developers can build applications with seamless connectivity with ease.

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Add Calendar Features in 4 Lines of Code

Integrating with The Nylas Calendar API lets you build scheduling and calendar functionality across any platform (Google Calendar, Exchange, Office365, and iCloud) in minutes.

In fact, building scheduling features with the Nylas Google Calendar API just requires 4 lines of code across NodeJS, Python, and Ruby.



const Nylas = require('nylas');   Nylas.config({ appId: APP_ID, appSecret: APP_SECRET, });   var nylas = Nylas.with(ACCESS_TOKEN);{in:'inbox'}).then(count => { console.log('There are ${count} events in your inbox.'); });


from nylas import APIClient   nylas_client = APIClient(APP_ID, APP_SECRET, token) for event in, limit=5): print(event.title)


require 'nylas',app_secret:APP_SECRET, access_token:ACCESS_TOKEN)"Hello!").each do |event| puts event.title end

Security & Privacy for all Calendar Events


While Google’s Calendar API can allow you to access a wide range of calendar and scheduling data, this can be problematic without security protocols in place. For instance, since Google Calendar’s default is to access all scheduling data or no scheduling data, it can leave you open to security vulnerabilities or a non-functioning calendar feature.

With the Nylas Calendar API, we allow developers a great deal of flexibility and control over create, update, read and delete capabilities.

Nylas is also SOC-2 certified, Privacy Shield Certified, GDPR-compliant, and HIPAA and FINRA-ready. Your data is 100% encrypted your data with enterprise-grade security standards.


Calendar Features Your Team Will Love


Booking and cancellation

From single events on team calendars to custom recurring events, the Nylas Calendar API handles it all


Appointment reminders

Never miss a meeting with automated appointment reminders


Productivity analytics

Analyze cross-team availability and get productivity analytics


Task scheduling & editing

Schedule tasks, making deadline management a breeze

Ready to start building?


How do I get started integrating with the Google Calendar API via Nylas?

You can create a developer account with Nylas and sync up to 10 Google calendars from different users for free for 30 days.

Where do I access the Nylas Calendar API key?

You can access the Nylas Calendar API key directly from your Nylas dashboard. One key unlocks access to any calendar provider in the world! Exciting, we know.

How do my users activate calendar sync?

Users can elect to sync their calendars by authenticating. Once they've entered their credentials, they will be redirected back to your application.

What kinds of companies use the Google Calendar API through Nylas?

Learn how customers in the CRM, ATS, automotive, finance and legal industries use the Nylas Google Calendar API on our case studies page.

What language is the Nylas Calendar API built on?

Python! We love Python at Nylas; it’s reliable and robust, just like our Google Calendar API integration. You can check out our docs here.

How is the Nylas Calendar API secured?

The Nylas API Calendar API encrypts 100% of your Google Calendar data with enterprise-grade security standards. In addition, Nylas is GDPR compliant, SOC 2 compliant, and HIPAA and FINRA ready.

What are the pricing options for the Nylas Calendar API?

You can sync up to 10 user’s calendars for free for 30 days. After that, pricing is based on the number of accounts you have synced; you can view our pricing page for more details.