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Posted on 2014-03-25
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When I click "save" the information on a Go-To-Meeting webinar, the webinar information is saved to the MS Outlook calendar - how can I get it to save to the Google Apps calendar?

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Yu may need to share your Calendar.
Calendar Sharing Options for Google Apps
https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/143754?hl=en
That setting may also be in the admin setting on the go to meeting
take a look here
Locate a Recorded GoToMeeting, GoToWebinar or GoToTraining
The default location for recorded meetings is the My Documents folder on PCs
https://support.citrixonline.com/en_US/GoToMeeting/all_files/GTM080006
hope it helps
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Allen Falcon earned 167 total points
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In preferences, you need to go to the Integration screen and uncheck Outlook.  If you have a tool like Affixa installed, you can check "use default email application" and it will direct to Gmail.

There is no direct integration with Google Calendar at this time.

Allen
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If you're paying for Google Apps (aka Google Apps for Business or Education), then you can use their Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook tool.

https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gappssync
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by:Allen Falcon
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GASMO won't impact the ability of gotomeeting or gotowebinar to put something on the calendar, unless the user is actively using Outlook on a regular basis as the email client.

If you are using the web UI, there is not an integration.
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