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Getting started

1. Sign up

Please navigate to and log in using a Google or Microsoft account. A ChronoLink account is created automatically and your browser displays the ChronoLink settings page.

If you want to synchronize calendars between several accounts, you need to add them, as well. To do this, click the Link Google account or Link Microsoft work or school account buttons in the Linked Accounts section of the ChronoLink settings page.

3. Add Calendar Access

Now you need to authorize ChronoLink to access your calendars:

In the Linked Accounts section of the settings page, locate the row for the respective account and click the button in the Calendar Access column. You will be redirected and the respective system asks for confirmation.

After you have granted access, you should be back on the ChronoLink settings page and the button should be gone. (The new buttons are not relevant yet.)

4. Create Connections

For each connection, choose a Source and a Target, then check the Manual and/or Scheduled trigger. During the beta, scheduled connections run roughly every 4 minutes.

For simple use cases, you don't need to enter Conditions or Transformers (which default to []), but these two fields are the core of ChronoLink's flexibility and power. Therefore, it is recommended that you read the Examples to get an idea of what ChronoLink can do for you. Then, if you want to dive deeper, read the Reference.

Multiple connections

Do not configure two or more connections that write to the same Microsoft calendar. Each time one of those connections runs, it would delete all events written by the other connection(s).

Work on lifting this limitation is currently underway; for Google calendars, that work was already completed.

5. Get Support

Please don't hesitate to contact if you need explanations or advice, or have questions or comments.

Feedback welcome

We are eagerly awaiting your feedback, good or bad, and will do what we can to help you make use of ChronoLink!