108 – Google Calendar

Drops down a further 13 places this year

Google Calendar is a time-management web and mobile application created by Google for personal or collaborative use.

Website: google.com/calendar
Cost: Free
Availability: Online

Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning 2019: 58
Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning 2019: 
Top 100 Tools for Higher Education 2019: 

Past Overall Rankings
2017: 95    2017: 81      2016: 134    2015: –       2014: –      2013: –
2012: –       2011: 82     2010: 53      2009: 50     2008: 29   2007: 36


Comments from some of those who selected Google Calendar as one of their Top 10 Tools in 2019

“just to keep up” Training specialist, USA

Previous comments

“I can share calendar data across platforms.” Anon, USA

“Because I use Google to organize my days with meetings and tasks, it works for me to plan my personal learning into Google. I have a different blog on my calendar at the end of each work day, on a two-week rotation. I also use it to schedule time to pursue other learning goals and projects.” L&D Specialist, USA, 2016

“a fantastic time-management tool and it’s available everywhere” Bill Miller

“is the tool I used for my personal calendar. I can access my calendar wherever I am and many applications, such as the Mozilla Calendar extension, even allow to integrate your Google Calendar into other tools” Guy Boulet

“where would I be without Google Calendar and it’s mobile alerts?” Nick Hood

“One of the main reasons I like Google Calendar is that it was easy to embed into my website. I put all the student assignments and other events on the calendar. Color coding allows a quick visual cue so that students (and parents) can easily distinguish scheduled quizzes and tests, daily assignments, and other events. ” Don Simmons

“Managing a number of calendars in one without sharing was a pain before Google Calendars. Now I can share parts of a calendar with some, keep some private and we can all be on the same page.” Kevin Jones