Twittercal – add events to Google Calendar via twitter

Twittercal is a bot developed for twitter which helps users to add events to their Google Calendar by sending a DM to the bot!

To be able to add events to your google calendar, you need to first follow @gcal on twitter. After that, you need to give twittercal permission to access your Google Calendar account.

Once you are done with the initial setup process, you can start sending DMs’ to @gcal with the body containing the contents along with the date.

Example: d gcal profile twittercal on twi5 tomorrow at 9pm


  • Add events to Google Calendar via twitter
  • Events added by sending a DM to @gcal


TwitterCal Says

It’s a free service that connects your Twitter account to your Google Calendar. Add events in a snap from your favorite Twitter client.



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  9. Bill Melater

    Nice, but absolutely useless. I want something to post TO twitter FROM Google Calendar.

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