Have an event like a holiday party or office lunch where you need to invite a large group of people? Maybe the whole company? I’ll show you exactly how to do it in this video.

1. From your Google Calendar, select an event or create a new one by clicking on a specific time.

2. When the event page comes up, enter the email address of the desired group in the Enter email addresses bar on the right side.

  • Selecting a group will automatically add all members of the group to that event.

I really like this feature because not only is it extremely useful on a day-to-day basis, its also a major time saver! Be sure to let us know if you have any questions or ideas for new videos in the comments section below. Thanks!

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2 thoughts on “Inviting a Large Group of People to a Google Calendar Event

  1. leon Reply


    at the point of adding the email of the group and it extracted everyone in the list out.. Is there a way not to do that?

    When i created the event i do not receive any invite email, and I need to know how I can add the distribution list without it extracting and showing everyone emails. Thanks

  2. Phil Reply

    You just need all of the names in a comma delimited list. Then just paste them into the invite box.

    If you have a list in Excel. Copy all of them. Paste them into a word doc, but paste text only. Then hit CRTL H. replace ^p with, (a comma then space) and hit replace. Then copy all of that into the invite box.

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