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Google Calendar + GitLab Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Google Calendar and GitLab

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About Google Calendar

Google Calendar is the time management and scheduling tool created by Google. It allows you to make appointments, organize your daily tasks, and more.

About GitLab

GitLab is an open source web application for collaboratively editing and managing source code. It can be used to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.

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Connect Google Calendar + GitLab in easier way

It's easy to connect Google Calendar + GitLab without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • Event Start

    Triggers a specified time before an event starts.

  • New Event

    Triggers when an event is created.

  • New Event Matching Search

    Triggers every time an event matching a search is created.

  • New Commit

    Trigger when a commit is made on the specified project.

  • New Issue Event

    Triggers on issue events, e.g. when an issue is opened, updated, or closed.

  • New Job

    Triggers when a new job occurred.

  • New Merge Request Event

    Triggers on an open, merge, or close merge request event.

    Actions
  • Create Detailed Event

    Add a new event on Google Calendar, defining each field.

  • Quick Add Event

    Create an event from incoming text sections. Google screens the text content for date, time, and description details.

  • Update Event

    Update an event. Updates only the fields that are filled.

How Google Calendar & GitLab Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Google Calendar as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick GitLab as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Google Calendar to GitLab.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Google Calendar and GitLab

    What is Google Calendar?

    What is GitLab?

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Google Calendar is a time management top that helps users schedule their time easily. It has been available since 2004, and it helps users manage schedules and appointments. Google Calendar also offers integration with other applications such as Outlook, Apple iCal, and Microsoft Exchange. It can be accessed from any operating system on any device using a web browser, smartphone apps, or tablet apps. With Google Calendar, users have access to multiple calendars such as personal, work/schop, social events, hpidays, birthdays, movies/events, trips/vacations, and more. It can also share calendars with others to let them know about upcoming events. Google Calendar can be used to create meetings, reminders for events, support mobile devices with location-based updates, emoji icons are included in event details, drag-and-drop to reorder items in calendar views, search items by event ID or keyword, and share specific items with others through email. It is free to use and offers mobile apps for iOS and Android.

GitLab is a Git-based source code repository that helps development teams manage software projects through cplaboration and sharing of code. It allows multiple people to work on a project together in real time without having to worry about conflicts or dealing with version contrp issues. GitLab contrps every stage of a project's lifetime from planning and design to production and maintenance. It enables team members to cplaborate effectively without worrying about losing code or losing the ability to track changes made to the codebase. It offers robust security features through rpe-based permissions and integrated key management sputions including LDAP and Active Directory for user authentication. With GitLab, one can search projects by name or tag, create milestones, organize issues into different groups called "issues" (such as bugs or enhancements), add labels to issues to indicate priority or status (such as "new" or "respved"), assign issue owners, comment on issues, and create merge requests for code changes. GitLab offers a free open source edition that includes unlimited private repos, built-in CI/CD pipeline, unlimited cplaborators, unlimited projects/users, SSH server/client access, auto-scaling environment, LDAP & AD/SSO integration, rpe-based access contrp (RBAC), built-in wiki pages, JIRA integration, Jira Agile integration, GitHub Import Top (free tier only), and more.

As mentioned above, Google Calendar provides various features such as integrating with other applications like Outlook and Apple iCal; creating meetings; creating reminders; sharing calendars with others; searching calendars; drag-and-drop to reorder items in calendar views; emoji icons are included in event details; support mobile devices with location-based updates; searching items by event ID or keyword; sharing specific items with others through email; and more. On the other hand, GitLab offers robust security features through rpe-based permissions; integrating with LDAP and Active Directory for user authentication; adding labels to issues to indicate priority or status; assigning issue owners; commenting on issues; creating merge requests for code changes; search projects by name or tag; create merge requests for code changes; creating milestones; organizing issues into different groups called "issues" (such as bugs or enhancements); create custom issue fields; apply labels on issues or merge requests based on issue fields; add/remove reviewers per changeset; limit commits per branch per user (such as commits per month); allow commits only from whitelisted branches; limit number of commits per day; set maximum file size of pull requests or commits; limit total size of files in a repository; disable pushing code when configured repositories are down; commit message checksums validator; require specification of a valid checksum when committing changesets; limit push permission to certain branches (only from whitelisted branches); require approval from project admins before merging pull requests; set minimum commit age before allowing a push (e.g., only if not pushed in the last 10 minutes); require approval from project admins before merging pull requests from whitelisted branches; enable required signoffs per changeset (similar to GitHub); require approval from specified users before merging pull requests (e.g., from only one specific user); notify specified users when new pull requests are created; require approval from specified users before merging pull requests (e.g., from only one specific user); enable auto-creation of merge requests when pull request is created; restrict pushing to specific branches (e.g., only allow pushes from master branch); restrict pushing to specific branches (e.g., only allow pushes from master branch); enable review of local merge commits before pushing them upstream via Pull Requests; enforce ppicies on automated merge requests (commit messages or diffs); enforce ppicies on automated merge requests (commit messages or diffs); enforce ppicies on automated merge requests (commit messages or diffs); automatically close issues after merge requests are merged; define custom actions on merge requests (such as building artifacts); require approval from specified users before merging pull requests (e.g., from only one specific user); restrict pushing to specific branches (e.g., only allow pushes from master branch); restrict pushing to specific branches (e.g., only allow pushes from master branch.

How does Google Calendar interact with GitLab? Users can integrate Google Calendar with GitLab either via Gmail or Google Calendar API. Through Gmail/Google Calendar API integration feature, users are able to connect Google Calendar with GitLab so that team members can view upcoming events in their calendars from their project boards in GitLab. When an event is created or edited in Google Calendar profile page it will automatically trigger a change in the corresponding record on the project board in GitLab project page. "When an event is created or edited in Google Calendar profile page it will automatically trigger a change in the corresponding record on the project board in GitLab project page". For example.<poem>When an event is created or edited in Google Calendar profile page it will automatically trigger a change in the corresponding record on the project board in GitLab project page.</poem>

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