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I found out how to incorporate the schedules of my favorite sports teams into my Google Calendar on my laptop. However, I’ve since downloaded the Google Calendar app for my Galaxy J7 phone and, although every other appointment shows up, my sports schedules do not. How can I enter those team schedules into my J7 Google Calendar, either by syncing with my laptop or entering them manually? Thanks.

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Has that calendar been selected as viewable on your phone?

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I’m afraid you’re going to have to dumb it way down. I’m not sure what you mean. I don’t know what, “selected as viewable” means. 

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In the Calendar app, tap on the hamburger menu (three horizontal lines) in the upper left, and there should be check boxes for the various calendars you want, or don’t want, to be visible. You might also have to go into the Settings sub-menu (towards the bottom of the list) to add those extra calendars to your Calendar app first.

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Done. Thank you. I did have to go into the sub menu. Funny thing is that my sports teams were already listed but I had to manually sync each one. Thanks again. 

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Hopefully you won’t have to manually sync your calendars again and that was just the one-off set up thing. They should just auto-update on their own. Check in your Settings >> Accounts >> Google menu that syncing is enabled under the Calendars listing.

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I believe I’m all set. The calendar isn’t specifically called out as synced when I go to accounts but Google is. As I said previously, as soon as I downloaded the app, all of my paydays and appointments were already there the first time I opened it. The “switch” denoting whether or not to sync each sports team’s schedule was clicked to the “on” position. Thanks again. 

I discovered something interesting today that might be useful to others in CFB. Google Calendar has built-in calendars for each college football team that you can subscribe to. (Note: I have only done this on desktop.)

To subscribe to the calendars:

Open Google Calendars

Click the drop-down arrow beside "Other calendars" (on the left side of the screen)

Click "Browse Interesting Calendars"

On the new page, select the "Sports" tab at the top.

Click "NCAA Football – NCAAF"

Find the team(s) you want to follow and click "Subscribe"

Congratulations, you are now subscribed to this team calendar! Google Calendar will update the game each week with the time, tv channel, and the game score.

If you are like me and want your Google calendar colors to match the team colors, you can do that:

Open Google Calendar

Hove over the team name and click the drop down arrow that appears

Click "Edit color" at the bottom

Enter the code for your team color. You can find codes here

Thanks to /u/A-Stu-Ute and /u/Shuffle_Alliance for the table link

As if I didn't need to make my wife think my obsession with CFB was any worse than it is.

Thanks for the tip, though. SUBSCRIBED!

I have schedules for UofL football and basketball, Cincinnati Reds and Bengals, Green Bay Packers, and I subscribe to one that the supporters for LouCity FC update.

I love being able to check my calendar and not have to google search Louisville Football schedule every time. (Although if you do that, it populates within the search results and doesn't require visiting a different site)

It's great! I found it because my friend asked if I was free tomorrow afternoon and I told him I'd have to check the SEC football schedule. I was looking for a way to add all the games to my calendar each week without having to manually input them, and after a lot of searching I discovered this feature

Dumb question. Is it possible to delete events you don't want to see? I just went through and subscribed to every SEC team. I didn't think about it, but now I have duplicates of lots of games each weekend (for example, I have one entry from Alabama's calendar and another one from Ole Miss's calendar for the Bama/Ole Miss game this weekend). I'm not seeing an obvious way to get rid of it. Since it's not my calendar, I can't delete. Anyone here who uses Google Calendar on a more regular basis?

How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

At Google, we are passionate about helping people get access to information. And as a lifelong basketball fan, I know this is especially important in sports fandom. That’s why I’m personally excited to share that the Google Pixel is the Official Fan Phone of the NBA, NBA G League and NBA 2K League. And Google is each league’s Official Search Engine and Search Trends and Fan Insights Partner. Additionally, Pixel will be the first-ever presenting partner of the NBA Playoffs, joining YouTube TV, NBA Finals presenting sponsor, in the postseason. We'll combine the best of Google’s Search trends, information, technology, devices and services to help fans go deeper and get closer to the culture, teams and players they love.

Through this multi-year partnership, we’ll work with the NBA to create exciting immersive experiences for fans using our 3D and AR technology, as well as leverage new features that will be announced at our Pixel Fall Launch event. And we’ll continue to provide experiences and information in all the places fans turn to every day, whether that’s Pixel to take pictures of your favorite team in action, Search to check scores and schedules, Google Shopping to find your favorite player’s jersey, or Maps to get to the arena using the most sustainable route.

And for the basketball superfans like me, we’ll also integrate Google’s Search trends throughout the season, showing how fans are searching before, during and after games with real-time data. For instance, did you know that the NBA has been the top-searched sports league in the world since 2004? Or that people who search for the NBA are more likely to search for social justice compared to any other professional sports league?

As the Official Trends and Fan Insights Partner of the WNBA, we showcased these types of Search trends and insights throughout the season and during the WNBA Playoffs and WNBA Finals, including in live broadcasts of games, within arenas, and across Google and WNBA digital and social channels.

I’m proud that our work with the WNBA doesn’t end there. When Google became a WNBA Changemaker earlier this year, we worked with the WNBA and ESPN to increase visibility of women’s sports. We helped deliver 25 games on ABC and ESPN for the league’s 25th season and added a dedicated segment for women’s sports on ESPN’s SportsCenter. We’re equally proud to partner with the NBA, as its commitment to its fans and dedication to social responsibility are values that we share and deeply believe in.

Join us to hear more about the new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro at the Pixel Fall Launch event Tuesday, October 19 at 10 am Pacific. You can also check out some exciting new Pixel camera features in action later that evening during a special Opening Night NBA on TNT Tip-Off pregame show. The NBA’s 75th anniversary season will then tip off with a doubleheader on TNT as defending NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks host the Brooklyn Nets at 4:30 pm Pacific and the Golden State Warriors visit the Los Angeles Lakers at 7 pm Pacific.

You executive assistants have so many responsibilities, it’s mind-blowing. Of course, you don’t need us to tell you that—you’re very aware! But what we can help with are tips for how to manage it all, specifically managing your executives’ schedules. Calendar management tips are even more important because of new platforms like Google’s G Suite. Now we know there’s SO MUCH MORE to your EA genius than just calendaring, but it does take up a significant amount of time, so why not make it as simple and streamlined as possible? With Google becoming popular as a professional platform, we’re dishing on our favorite tips to manage your executives’ calendars, specifically using the Google platform’s G Suite.

Why Google’s G Suite? Companies Are Shifting to Google for Mail and Calendar Management.

For years, Microsoft Outlook was the primary platform for businesses. But recently, many companies are moving away from Microsoft and shifting to Google. Why, oh why? It’s already complicated enough managing multiple calendars in Outlook, and now executive assistants are having to relearn on a new service. We’ve had to make the switch recently ourselves, so we know the struggle is all too real. Outlook comes as part of the Microsoft Office Suite, which means companies are paying for the tool. Whereas Google Calendar is free as a part of Gmail. So, it’s a cost-savings opportunity for business.

Here are the main differences between Microsoft Office and Google G Suite:

  • Running online vs. offline: Outlook can run without internet connection. Google calendar runs through your browser. Offline access is available in the Chrome browser when the Google Calendar extension is installed, but it does have limited features.
  • Event options: They are pretty much the same. One perk of Google G Suite is that it allows you to add an option for video calls automatically (which is super convenient)
  • Calendar view options: Outlook has five different views, and Google Calendar is very similar. It’s a simple click of a button to change the view with either provider.
  • Calendar Sharing: Google Calendar Sharing is much easier for this one. You can create collaborative calendars, public calendars and add various permissions to any calendar. Outlook requires you to share and publish, making it a bit more complicated.

The important thing to remember is that it’s truly a matter of getting used to the Google Calendar. If you’ve been using Outlook for so long, it’s almost second nature when we are managing our executives’ calendars. It’s really a matter of getting used to the new GSuite ‘jargon’ and practicing. It will eventually become second nature. Googling solutions also helps if you get stuck (no pun intended)!

Tricks on Using Google G Suite for Calendar Management

When one of your primary responsibilities is managing your executive’s schedule, finding short cuts is key to being more productive. Google G Suite has some awesome features with this in mind. Let’s take a look at a few of our favorite calendar management tips:

Using Find a Time or Suggested Times

This makes the life of an EA so much better! It can be so frustrating trying to get availability for multiple stakeholders, and of course all of which have crazy full schedules. Google Calendar has the feature “suggested times” or “find a time” to help make this simpler. All you need to do is create a meeting, add the attendees and select the “suggested times” link below your guests’ names. A drop down window will show you a list of times when all attendees are available.

Find a time is another calendar management tip that makes it easy to identify what time works for all attendees. When you create a new meeting, choose the tab next to event details – “find a time” – and you will get a view of everyone’s schedules (it’s side-by-side, too, which makes it ridiculously easy). When you identify a time that works for everyone, click that line on the calendar and press save at the top of the calendar. It’s that easy!

Hiding Your Event Details

Sometimes your executive needs to know the purpose of a meeting, but attendees don’t, due to confidentiality. Google Calendar has a feature that allows you to hide event details, which maximizes privacy for sensitive meetings.

All you have to do is click on the event in the calendar, and select the pencil icon to edit details. There is a drop down that automatically shows up as “busy” – but you can change it to public or private.

Google Hangouts for Video Conferencing

How many times have you had to beg your coworkers to give up the conference room that has video conferencing capabilities, even though your executive is the only one that is physically in the office? Well, you are in luck – no more begging! Google Hangouts provides video capabilities. This is especially convenient when you have stakeholders located across the country, and in many cases all over the world. When you are setting up the meeting, under event details, just click “add video call” and it will automatically set up a secure video conference line. Just make sure your executive has a camera.

The World Clock Function

This is one of our favorite calendar management tips… Time zones are tricky – we all know this. Especially when there are some states, like most of Arizona, that don’t acknowledge daylight savings. Google Calendar has a feature called “World Clock” that you can enable that will take care of all of your time-zone-related stress. You have a meeting attendee in London? No worries, this feature will ensure that you don’t book a meeting in the middle of the night.

To use this feature, click on the gear icon on the top right side of your calendar view and navigate to the “world clock” section. Check the first blue box and then select the time zones you want to see from your calendar view. Once you add this feature, when you are scheduling a meeting, below the calendar, you will see what time it is in each zone you have selected (no more Googling “what time is it in Tokyo?”).

The Final Analysis For Calendar Management in Google Calendar

Changing from Outlook to Google Calendar seems like a massive learning curve, but with some time and playing around, you’ll become very comfortable with all of the bells and whistles of Google Calendar. There are a ton of great features that can help you be more productive and save time. What Google Calendar tricks do you use? Be sure to share your tips with us!

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                            Thursday, March 29, 2007

                            MLB 2007 Schedules for Google Calendar

                            I wrote a Chickenfoot script to generate the 2007 Major League Baseball schedules from mlb.com. Instead of putting the schedules directly into Google Calendar, I posted them on wikicalendars.com. Just visit the site, click on your favorite team (let’s go Mets!), and click on the “Google Calendar” button above the calendar preview to add the schedule to your Calendar account (or click the iCal icon to add it to Apple iCal).

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            But wait, “What is wikicalendars.com?” you wonder. I realized that I forgot to post about it before, so I should explain. Last fall, I wrote about how I created mitcalendars.com with Mike Lambert to make it easy to add MIT course schedules to Google Calendar. After getting feedback from students, we realized that there were two major issues with our site:

                            • Students could not update or correct the calendars we had auto-generated.
                            • We had to guess which permutations of calendars for a course we should generate: if there are 2 lecture choices , 8 recitation choices, and 3 lab choices, should we generate 48 calendars for the course? How do we present all 48 options a to user?

                            To address the first issue, we decided to store the calendar data in a wiki so that anyone on the web could update it. This way, if a class were rescheduled, or if a final exam were added, anyone from the class could adjust the course’s calendar accordingly. Obviously spam would be a concern, so we decided to go with the ever-popular MediaWiki, since we assumed that Wikipedia has more experience with spam than anyone, so they likely have the best tools to combat it. Also, because it was open-source, it was easy for Mike and I to hack it up as we needed.

                            To address the second issue, we added a feature called “calendar splice” that enables you to combine multiple calendars from wikicalendars.com to dynamically create a new calendar. This way, we could create a calendar for each lecture and recitation offering for a course, but leave it up to the students to combine a lecture and recitation into one calendar. Unfortunately, this is not obvious from the wikicalendars.com user interface yet, but the feature is there. (Incidentally, we offer a number of output formats for calendar data, facilitating the use of wikicalendar data in mashups, etc.)

                            Because we wanted to make it as easy as possible to edit calendar data, we decided that we needed to create our own wiki-language for the site. Here’s a snippet from the NY Mets 2007 calendar:

                            Unfortunately, unlike WikiMedia’s wiki-language, our format strongly favors English speakers — especially those who use American date and time formats. Though we were not thrilled with this decision, we felt it was acceptable for our first version of the site. We tried to focus on simplicity, and I think many will agree that 4/1/2007 8:05pm is much simpler for the average person to work with than 200704012005/200704012305. The calendar syntax is documented in detail on the web site.

                            So given all of this, what makes a good wikicalendar? Arguably, any calendar whose events come from a community of people rather than from one well-defined leader. For example, I started a calendar for release dates of Wii games which would ideally take contributions from those who troll gaming rumor boards and web sites. (I would love to see people start contributing!) I also created a calendar to track when NYC Marathon qualifier races are, as there are many of us who aren’t interested in the non-qualifier races. I try to keep the calendar fairly up-to-date myself, but if I fall behind, hopefully another calendar subscriber will notice and pick up the slack!

                            At Google, we are passionate about helping people get access to information. And as a lifelong basketball fan, I know this is especially important in sports fandom. That’s why I’m personally excited to share that the Google Pixel is the Official Fan Phone of the NBA, NBA G League and NBA 2K League. And Google is each league’s Official Search Engine and Search Trends and Fan Insights Partner. Additionally, Pixel will be the first-ever presenting partner of the NBA Playoffs, joining YouTube TV, NBA Finals presenting sponsor, in the postseason. We’ll combine the best of Google’s Search trends, information, technology, devices and services to help fans go deeper and get closer to the culture, teams and players they love.

                            Through this multi-year partnership, we’ll work with the NBA to create exciting immersive experiences for fans using our 3D and AR technology, as well as leverage new features that will be announced at our Pixel Fall Launch event. And we’ll continue to provide experiences and information in all the places fans turn to every day, whether that’s Pixel to take pictures of your favorite team in action, Search to check scores and schedules, Google Shopping to find your favorite player’s jersey, or Maps to get to the arena using the most sustainable route.

                            And for the basketball superfans like me, we’ll also integrate Google’s Search trends throughout the season, showing how fans are searching before, during and after games with real-time data. For instance, did you know that the NBA has been the top-searched sports league in the world since 2004? Or that people who search for the NBA are more likely to search for social justice compared to any other professional sports league?

                            As the Official Trends and Fan Insights Partner of the WNBA, we showcased these types of Search trends and insights throughout the season and during the WNBA Playoffs and WNBA Finals, including in live broadcasts of games, within arenas, and across Google and WNBA digital and social channels.

                            I’m proud that our work with the WNBA doesn’t end there. When Google became a WNBA Changemaker earlier this year, we worked with the WNBA and ESPN to increase visibility of women’s sports. We helped deliver 25 games on ABC and ESPN for the league’s 25th season and added a dedicated segment for women’s sports on ESPN’s SportsCenter. We’re equally proud to partner with the NBA, as its commitment to its fans and dedication to social responsibility are values that we share and deeply believe in.

                            Join us to hear more about the new Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro at the Pixel Fall Launch event Tuesday, October 19 at 10 am Pacific. You can also check out some exciting new Pixel camera features in action later that evening during a special Opening Night NBA on TNT Tip-Off pregame show. The NBA’s 75th anniversary season will then tip off with a doubleheader on TNT as defending NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks host the Brooklyn Nets at 4:30 pm Pacific and the Golden State Warriors visit the Los Angeles Lakers at 7 pm Pacific.

                            Get the official Google Calendar app for your Android phone and tablet to save time and make the most of every day.

                            • Different ways to view your calendar – Quickly switch between month, week and day view.
                            • Events from Gmail – Flight, hotel, concert, restaurant reservations and more are added to your calendar automatically.

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            • Tasks – Create, manage, and view your tasks alongside your events in Calendar
                            • All your calendars in one place – Google Calendar works with all calendars on your phone, including Exchange.

                            Fill in your calendar, quickly and easily

                            With Assists, Calendar helps you create events in just a few taps with smart suggestions for event titles, people and places.

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                            Schedule View brings your schedule to life and makes it easy to see what’s ahead with images and maps.

                            Events from Gmail are added to your Calendar

                            When you get an email about an event like a flight, hotel, concert or restaurant reservation, it will be added to yourcalendar automatically.
                            Birthdays, holidays, and other calendars

                            Birthdays and holidays are automatically added to your calendar so you’ll never miss an opportunity to celebrate. You can also add other calendars, including Phases of the moon, or sports team schedules.

                            Important: Starting in March 2019, you won’t be able to find birthdays of people in your Google+ Circles on your calendar due to the upcoming sunset of Google+. You’ll still be able to find birthdays of people in your contacts

                            Jika Anda seperti saya, pada dasarnya Anda menjadwalkan hidup Anda di sekitar tim olahraga favorit Anda (Go Bulls!). Walaupun saya biasanya mencoba mengingat malam apa yang dimainkan tim saya, terkadang itu tidak mungkin – terutama di liga seperti NBA di mana ada 82 pertandingan musim reguler. Untungnya, ada cara super sederhana untuk menambahkan jadwal tim favorit Anda ke Google Kalender, sehingga Anda tidak pernah melewatkan pertandingan.

                            Perlu dicatat bahwa Anda harus melakukan ini dari Kalender Google di web – pada saat ini tidak ada cara untuk melakukannya dari seluler. Google konyol.

                            Oke, begitulah yang dikatakan, hal pertama yang perlu Anda lakukan adalah melompati webapp Kalender Google, memastikan bahwa Anda masuk ke akun Google yang ingin Anda tambahkan jadwal tim.

                            Dari sana, klik pada panah kecil tepat di sebelah kanan bagian "Kalender lainnya", yang dapat ditemukan di kolom kiri.

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            Dalam dropdown itu, pilih "Jelajahi Kalender yang Menarik."

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            Ini akan membuka menu dengan segala macam barang baru, termasuk berbagai liburan keagamaan dan budaya yang berbeda. Tab yang kami cari, ada di sebelah kanan tab "Liburan": "Olahraga." Klik itu.

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            Di sini, Anda dapat memilih dari semua olahraga paling populer: baseball, bola basket, kriket, sepak bola (Amerika), hoki, rugby, dan sepak bola. Saya akan menggunakan bola basket untuk tutorial ini, tetapi langkah-langkahnya akan sama untuk setiap olahraga.

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            Setelah mengeklik olahraga, Anda akan diberikan opsi liga. Misalnya, opsi bola basket mencantumkan segala sesuatu mulai dari NBA dan WNBA hingga FIBA, NBA D-League, NCAA, dan banyak lagi. Saya pergi dengan NBA di sini, tetapi sekali lagi, Anda dapat mengambil racun Anda sendiri.

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            Pada layar berikutnya, Anda dapat memilih tim Anda atau tim dengan mengklik tombol "Berlangganan" di sebelah nama tim. Untuk referensi di masa mendatang, ini juga tempat Anda dapat berhenti berlangganan dari tim-tim tersebut, jika Anda memilih untuk berhenti menonton mereka.

                            Setelah Anda memilih semua tim Anda, Anda dapat melompat kembali ke kalender Anda dengan mengklik tautan "Kembali ke kalender" di bagian atas halaman.

                            Anda juga dapat mengaktifkan setiap kalender tim tanpa benar-benar berhenti berlangganan – cukup klik kotak berwarna di sebelah kiri nama tim di bagian “Kalender lain”. Ini juga tempat Anda dapat menyesuaikan warna yang terkait dengan tim, untuk berjaga-jaga jika Google salah. Harus menunjukkan kebanggaan tim itu!

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            Kalender tim akan menyinkronkan semua perangkat seluler Anda pada saat ini dan, seperti pada desktop, Anda dapat mengontrol mana yang terlihat di aplikasi kalender favorit Anda (tanpa harus berhenti berlangganan).

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            Sekarang lebih mudah bagi Anda untuk membiarkan obsesi olahraga Anda mengendalikan hidup Anda! Yay untuk kenyamanan!

                            หากคุณเป็นอะไรที่เหมือนกับฉันคุณจะกำหนดเวลาชีวิตของคุณกับทีมกีฬาโปรดของคุณ (Go Bulls!) ในขณะที่ฉันพยายามจำสิ่งที่ทีมของฉันกำลังเล่นอยู่บางคืนมันก็เป็นไปไม่ได้โดยเฉพาะในลีกเช่น NBA ที่มีเกมปกติ 82 เกม โชคดีที่มีวิธีที่ง่ายที่สุดในการเพิ่มตารางทีมของคุณใน Google ปฏิทินดังนั้นคุณจึงไม่พลาดเกม

                            เป็นเรื่องน่าสังเกตว่าคุณต้องทำสิ่งนี้จาก Google Calendar บนเว็บ – ณ เวลาปัจจุบันไม่มีวิธีการทำจากมือถือ Google โง่

                            ตกลงดังนั้นสิ่งแรกที่คุณต้องทำคือข้ามไปที่เว็บ Google Calendar ตรวจสอบให้แน่ใจว่าคุณได้ลงชื่อเข้าใช้บัญชี Google ที่คุณต้องการเพิ่มตารางทีม

                            จากตรงนั้นให้คลิกที่ลูกศรเล็ก ๆ ทางด้านขวาของส่วน "ปฏิทินอื่น" ซึ่งสามารถพบได้ในคอลัมน์ด้านซ้าย

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            สิ่งนี้จะเปิดเมนูที่มีสิ่งใหม่ ๆ ทุกประเภทรวมถึงวันหยุดทางศาสนาและวัฒนธรรมที่แตกต่างกัน อย่างไรก็ตามแท็บที่เรากำลังค้นหานั้นอยู่ทางด้านขวาของแท็บ "วันหยุด": "กีฬา" คลิกที่

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            ที่นี่คุณสามารถเลือกกีฬาที่ได้รับความนิยมมากที่สุด: เบสบอล, บาสเกตบอล, คริกเก็ต, (อเมริกัน) ฟุตบอล, ฮอกกี้, รักบี้และฟุตบอล ฉันจะใช้บาสเก็ตบอลสำหรับบทช่วยสอนนี้ แต่ขั้นตอนจะเหมือนกันสำหรับกีฬาทุกประเภท

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            เมื่อคุณคลิกที่กีฬาคุณจะเห็นตัวเลือกลีก ตัวอย่างเช่นตัวเลือกบาสเก็ตแสดงรายการทุกอย่างตั้งแต่ NBA และ WNBA ถึง FIBA, NBA D-League, NCAA และอื่น ๆ ฉันจะไปกับ NBA ที่นี่ แต่อีกครั้งคุณสามารถเลือกพิษของคุณเอง

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            ในหน้าจอถัดไปคุณสามารถเลือกทีมหรือทีมของคุณโดยคลิกปุ่ม“ สมัครสมาชิก” ถัดจากชื่อทีม สำหรับการอ้างอิงในอนาคตนี่เป็นที่ที่คุณสามารถยกเลิกการเป็นสมาชิกของทีมเหล่านั้นได้หากคุณเลือกที่จะหยุดดูพวกเขา

                            เมื่อคุณเลือกทีมทั้งหมดของคุณแล้วคุณสามารถกลับไปที่ปฏิทินของคุณได้โดยคลิกที่ลิงค์ "กลับสู่ปฏิทิน" ที่ด้านบนของหน้า

                            นอกจากนี้คุณยังสามารถสลับปฏิทินแต่ละทีมโดยไม่ต้องยกเลิกการสมัครได้ – เพียงคลิกที่กล่องสีด้านซ้ายของชื่อทีมในส่วน "ปฏิทินอื่น" นี่คือที่ซึ่งคุณสามารถปรับแต่งสีที่เกี่ยวข้องกับทีมในกรณีที่ Google ทำผิด ต้องแสดงความภาคภูมิใจของทีมนั่น!

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            ปฏิทินของทีมจะซิงค์กับอุปกรณ์มือถือของคุณ ณ จุดนี้และเช่นเดียวกับบนเดสก์ท็อปคุณสามารถควบคุมว่าจะให้คนใดมองเห็นแอพปฏิทินที่คุณชื่นชอบ

                            How to subscribe to your favorite sports teams’ schedules in google calendar

                            ตอนนี้มันง่ายยิ่งกว่าที่คุณจะปล่อยให้ความหลงใหลในกีฬาควบคุมชีวิตของคุณ! Yay เพื่อความสะดวก!