Connect to Google

The Google connection is used to sync the classes you are coaching from the classes schedule to your Google Calendar. It will also sync any Appointments you create to the Coaches calendar who is assigned to the Appointment. Its a good idea to get all your coaches to connect their Google accounts with PushPress for these reasons.

How to Connect.

  1. Log into Control Panel.

  2. Click on your name in top right.

  3. Click on 'My Profile'

  4. Click on 'Connect To Google' in right rail.

  5. Go through the process of logging into Google and selecting which calendar to sync.

  6. Done.

Disconnect your Google Calendar

1. From any logged in page in your PushPress account select 3 dots next to your name

From any logged in page in your PushPress account select 3 dots next to your name

2. Click on My Profile

Click on My Profile

3. Click on Disconnect Google on the right side of the page

Click on  Disconnect Google on the right side of the page

4. Congrats! You have now successfully disconnected your Google account

Google Calendar Troubleshooting

If your classes or appointments are not syncing with Google, try this.

  1. Log into Control Panel

  2. Go to your profile by clicking on 3 dots next to your name in bottom left of any page. Then Select "My Profile"

  3. Click 'Sync Coaching Schedule' button in right rail.

Notes

Typically classes and appointments you create on the PushPress Control Panel should sync instantly with your google calendar, if you don't you may need to use the method above to force the sync. This process could take up to a minute.

This will not remove classes from your google calendar, just add any new ones that are not on there. To remove classes, do this from your google calendar.

About PushPress

PushPress is a gym software that helps gym owners have an easier time taking care of their business. We've helped thousands of gyms streamline and professionalize their businesses with an easy-to-use yet powerful solution built by our team who have decades of experience running successful gyms themselves.

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