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Google Workspace Accessibility - Calendar

Accessibility Considerations

Google Calendar is a web-based tool for personal scheduling and calendar sharing. Google Calendar can be accessed through either a Web browser or through a third-party calendar client. General information about using Google Calendar with screen readers can be found on Google’s Get started in Google Slides with a screen reader page.

In a web browser, Google Calendar has multiple views - Day, Month, 4 Days, and Agenda. The Agenda view is the only view that supports any accessibility features, such as keyboard and screen reader support (activate the Agenda view by using pressing the 5 key, no control or alt required). Google Calendar supports ChromeVox and JAWS on Windows; however, other screen reading applications may have accessibility issues.

Accessibility features and options for Google Calendar

  • Core functionality is keyboard accessible with any browser.
  • Agenda view is fully accessible using a screen reader.
  • Supports screen magnifiers.
  • ARIA tags and element labels.
  • Supports Microsoft Outlook as a calendar client using Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook.

Alternatives and/or Workarounds

Users who prefer a desktop client can sync with an existing desktop program such as Microsoft Outlook. Find instructions for this on the Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook page.

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OIT has partnered with Disability Services to provide assistance for accessibility issues related to OIT supported services. If you need assistance, please contact the IT Service Center at or at 303-735-4357.

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You can also give Google feedback regarding accessibility of their applications and services using Google's accessibility feedback form.