The Celigo Google Calendar Sync for NetSuite is a streamlined solution for syncing calendar events between Google and NetSuite calendars. This convenient application syncs events created, updated, or deleted in NetSuite with the Google Calendar in real time. It also syncs events created, updated, or deleted in Google Calendar with the NetSuite Calendar every 30 minutes.
Staying on top of your schedule has never been easier. Now, employees can sync their calendars between NetSuite and Google automatically, helping them manage their schedules more efficiently. There’s no more need to maintain and update multiple calendars – calendar views across both applications are always up-to-date, and users can choose which calendar to use at any given time. Some of the key features include:
Bi-directional Event Sync
The Celigo Google Calendar Sync for NetSuite achieves synchronization in both directions. Events created, updated, or deleted in NetSuite are synced in real time, providing instant visibility to Google Calendar users. Events created, updated, or deleted in Google are synced every 30 minutes with the NetSuite Calendar. Events can be scheduled in one application and updated in the other, and the cycle of updates can continue indefinitely across both applications seamlessly.
When an event is added in NetSuite, the application searches the attendees in Google based on attendee email addresses. It then maps the attendees to participants in Google. When an event is added in Google, the application matches the Google email addresses with employees, contacts, and customers in NetSuite and then populates the attendee list for the NetSuite event. If an attendee in Google event is not an entity in NetSuite, the sync creates a contact for that attendee in NetSuite and adds the contact to the NS event.
In addition to syncing common fields, the application maps recurrence patterns for events in both directions. This powerful feature maps advanced recurrence patterns for events. If you create a recurrence exception in either system, the exception will be mapped to the other system as well. However, there are several limitations of the sync that exist due to differences between the two systems. These are explained in detail here.