• Ryan Calleja Urry

Calling All Medical & Law Students, Here's How To Sync Your Google Calendar With FreeHour ๐Ÿ“…

Attention all lawyers and doctors, do you value your party time? Don't answer that, we know you do. Considering the amount of work that law and medical students have to deal with on a regular basis, we thought we'd help in reducing your pain a little. No one likes spending weekends buried in notes watching their friends turning up without them on IG.

Okay so if you love your free time, that means you're going to have to manage your time during weekdays and give everything it's required importance, so that your only concern over the weekend is your outfit choices.

This is where FreeHour comes in.

For example, we know that ELSA and MMSA students receive timetables via Google Calendar, so we've added an entire feature to our app just to make your lives easier, the ability to import your timetable from Google Calendar.

All you have to do is open FreeHour, import your timetable, and all your lectures and frees will be synced up to your profile in a matter of seconds. If you don't see your lessons showing up, keep in mind that the app updates on the day of the first change made, so don't panic.

Here's A Simple Step-By-Step Guide ๐Ÿšฆ

1. Download FreeHour, make sure the app is updated to Version 5, and login ๐Ÿ˜‡

2. Visit the Settings Tab at the bottom of your screen โš’

3. Tap on "Import Timetable" ๐Ÿ—“

4. Tap "Import from Google Calendar" ๐Ÿ“…

5. Login with Google ๐Ÿ“ฒ

6. Choose your calendar from the list ๐Ÿ˜

After importing your calendar to your profile, FreeHour will continuously sync up with the said calendar, making sure that if any new lectures pop up, they'll always show up in your timetable.

And again, your timetable on the app will always show the next 7 days worth of lectures, so you know exactly where you need to be for the coming week. Once the day is over, that's when your timetable will update, showing you next week's events for that day instead of yesterday's.

So that's how you can get a little more organized this semester. Curious about our other features? Visit the FreeHour website to find out more about our new update.