Alexa can now add events to Google Calendar

Amazon’s Alexa has been able to read events off of your Google Calendar for some time, but the ability to add events has been sorely missing. That has changed, because you can now ask Alexa to add events to your Google Calendar. After you link your Google Calendar account with Alexa through the Alexa App or web portal, you’ll be able to simply say “Alexa, add an event to my calendar” and Alexa will ask you for the appropriet information needed, like the date, time, and title, to add the event. Alternatively, you can also say “Alexa, add [event] to my calendar for [day] at [time]” in order to have the event added in one phrase. The ability doesn’t appear to be available on the Fire TV yet, so it’s current limited to the Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, and Amazon Tap.


  1. Mike says:

    Alot of tech sites are reporting this as a brand new feature. Ive been doing this for a while now. Not sure what the hype is about all of a sudden for numerous sites saying now Alexa can add events to your google calendar?

  2. scofield27 says:

    please sir,
    can you do tutorial of how to set alexa to control kodi ?
    i know there is couple tutorials out there but i never got it to work…

    and thanks for your great work and updates on this blog.

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