Free Online Calendars

Get organized with these free online calendars

A person working with an online calendar on their tablet.

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An online calendar is a great way to manage your life from home, work, and on the go. Not only does a free online calendar allow you to keep track of events and special dates, they also let you set reminders, send invitations, share and organize with your family members, friends, or co-workers, and generally manage your whole life.

There are a lot of other features to these free online calendars as well. Some of them have address books, let you manage photos, allow you to upload and share documents, and much more.

Below is a list of the best online calendars that are out there. You can click on each link to read a detailed review to see which calendar is right for you.

Looking for a printable calendar? I have also found some free, printable calendars for Microsoft products. Or, you can create your calendar with these free school year calendar templates.

Google Calendar

Screenshot of a Google Calendar Month View in Chrome
Google Calendar (Month View).

Google Calendar is an easy to use free online calendar that you can easily share with your family, friends, or co-workers.

You'll be able to choose who's allowed to make changes to your calendars and who can view them, or keep your Google calendars completely private.

You can also keep your online calendar completely private but still invite people to single events without disclosing the other events in your calendar.

If you already have a Gmail account, using Google Calendar is as simple as opening the link. You'll love how easy it is to share, update, and access Google Calendar.

Before trying any other calendar online, I highly recommend checking out Google Calendar.

Zoho Calendar

Screenshot of Zoho Calendar in Google Chrome
Zoho Calendar (Week View).

With a ton of options available, Zoho Calendar can be as simple or as detailed as you want it to be, definitely making it one of the best free online calendars out there. 

Zoho Calendars can work for anyone because you can set your own work week and work schedule to fit your specific lifestyle. I also like that there are multiple ways to view your calendars and add new events; a Smart Add feature makes it a cinch to quickly create events. 

You can share your calendars with others via a webpage or an ICS file, as well as save your calendar to a PDF for viewing offline. You can also subscribe to other calendars (friends, holidays, etc.) from right within Zoho Calendar so that you can see all of those events right next to your own.

Next to Google Calendar, Zoho Calendar is definitely the best online calendar. 

Cozi Family Organizer

Screenshot of a Cozi calendar in month view in Chrome
Cozi Calendar (Month View).

If you're looking for a way to keep everyone in your family on the same page, you'll want to check out the family organizer from Cozi.

There's a shared family calendar as well as individual calendars for each family member, making it easy to sync activities and see what's going on for the day, week, and month.

Besides the shareable calendars you can also email or text to-do lists and grocery lists to certain family members with just a click. You can also store recipes in your Cozi calendar.

The free mobile apps give you access to your Cozi online calendar even when you're out of the house.

If you already use another online calendar service but want to switch over to Cozi, see how to use Cozi with other calendars.

30 Boxes

Screenshot of a calendar at 30 Boxes
30 Boxes Calendar (Month View).

You can also use a calendar online with 30 Boxes. It has a simple design that lets anyone create and use an online calendar easily.

Create events with a click and add notes, text or email reminders, repeating events, and invites. There's also a to-do list that's not part of the calendar so that you can fill it with things you need to get done but don't want to define a date for.

Events can be structured so you see them by week or in a list with agenda view. There's also a view that shows a map of all your events that have a location attached to them.

If you like to get daily email summaries of your online calendar events, 30 Boxes lets you do that, too.

Something else worth mentioning about this online calendar is that when you add events, you can add the same event to multiple days at once by picking dates on the calendar, something you can't even do with some of the more popular online calendar websites.

You can share the calendar with others via RSS, iCal, a read-only webpage, or even through your own website with embeddable HTML code. You can also print the calendar in the week, agenda, or month view.


Screenshot of a calendar online at
WhichTime Calendar (Month View).

WhichTime is one of the more simpler calendars, but simpler is definitely what makes this one of the best online calendars.

Easily add events to the calendar with specific colors and text. You can change the view to see every entry in week, month, or year view.

There's also a portable, downloadable program that can be run from your desktop to access your calendar without ever opening a web page. Everything you change in this program is reflected in your calendar online.

There's also an option to embed your calendar within a webpage so you can add your public calendar to your blog.