The plethora ofI have to manage was getting to be quite the mess. Trying to schedule events was a danting task requiring lookup in multiple places.
I use Thunderbird (with the Lightning extension) when I’m at home most of the time. When I’m at work we’re required to use the standard Microsoft Outlook. Finally I use Google Calendar and Facebook (events and birthdays) to manage personal events.
Well, I finally sat down and integrated everything.
The awesome developers over at Google released a Sync tool for MS Outlook. Download and follow the instructions they provide. You can set whether you want 1-way (GCal to Outlook, or Outlook to GCal) or 2-way.
Some cool guy named VeganBob has created a facebook application called fbCal that facilitates integrating Facebook Events and Facebook Birthdays with Google Calendar (and also Sunbird/Lightning, Outlook, and Apple iCal). Simply add the application (click the big “Create” button), generate your urls and follow the instructions.
FuseCal (via LifeHacker) is a web-based app that can integrate iCal based calendars, but leaves out facebook.
Anyone have better ways to do it?