How to add google calendar to Thunderbird’s lightning?

First, open the Thunderbird Tools menu (hamburger icon) and add-ons> Extensions. Check whether you still need to install the power or not download the add-on that you want, the extension of the cog icon Choose Install Add-ons from File. Browse to the download location, open the Add-ons installation file, and click Install Now. To complete the installation, you must restart Thunderbird for Add google calendar to Thunderbird lightning.

How to add google calendar to Thunderbird lightning?

With the lightning installed, you should see the lightning calendar icon at the top right, next to the task icon. Click the calendar icon to open the Lightning calendar tab.

How to add a calendar?

By default, you will see a Home Calendar in Lightning. To add a new calendar, right-click on the empty space below your current calendar and select New Calendar. You can choose on your computer or on the network.Please select the following to Add google calendar to Thunderbird lightning.

Add google calendar to Thunderbird lightning

Add a Private Google Calendar

Choose On the Network > Google Calendar to add your own Google Calendars and also Google Calendars shared with you.

Add google calendar to Thunderbird lightning

Note: The Google Calendar option is only available after installing the provider for Google Calendar. You can also now add public Google Calendar using the iCalendar format, which offers to read access only.

In the following window (you will see your calendar) you must provide Google E-mail address, sign in to your account, and Google Calendar will have to give the provider permission to manage your calendar or if you have done it earlier Are you an existing Google session? After logging into your Google account, you should see a list of your Google Calendar.

Add google calendar to Thunderbird lightning

Check the calendar what you want to add, click Next, wait for the online confirmation that Your calendar has been created, and click to Finish.

You should now see Lightning populated with your Google Calendar events.

Add google calendar to Thunderbird lightning

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Installing an Add on in Mozilla Thunderbird

How to Install Add-on Extension in Mozilla ThunderBird?

The ideal case

In an ideal world, all the add-ons you would want are officially vetted, approved, and can be found on the official website, Addons.mozilla.org

If you are in this category, you can simply go to the Add-ons manager tab in Thunderbird, using the toolbar entry New Fx Menu then Thunderbird app menu >add-ons and enter the add-on’s name into the search box.

Installing an Add-on in Thunderbird

Once you find the add-on, click Install, then wait for it to download, then click Restart Thunderbird.

A little ideal ideal
You have given a URL for the add-on, or the add-on you want is not on the “official” page. Searched for it, as shown above, does not detect your add-on.

Go to the web page in your browser, right-click the download link with your mouse, select “Save Link in this way”, and save the XPi file to your computer that you can find again. Download is temporarily recommended that you either use your downloads folder or your desktop.

To install a downloaded XPI file into Thunderbird you have two options.

Download

Right-click the link and select Save or Save as shown previously.

You will be invited to download and save the file. Most browsers have a default download location, often on your desktop. Say where he downloads, and what is it called. Some add-on files contain silly names like “latest -234.xpi” which is not very useful when trying to find it later

Open the add-on window in Thunderbird, there is a button on the left side of the search window.

CogWheelLinux Click this and from the subsequent menu select Install Add-on From File.

Installing an Add-on in Thunderbird

You will need to navigate in the file picker to where you saved the XPI file and select it to complete the install.

Drag-and-drop

  • Open the add-ons manager ( New Fx Menu then appmenuAddons )
  • Drag your downloaded XPI file to the add-on manager tab and drop it.

If you are using Windows, you can even skip the desktop bit. Open your browser and Thunderbird side by side, with Thunderbird’s Add-ons tab displayed. Drag the link directly from the browser onto Thunderbird’s Add-on tab. The main advantage of this method is that you don’t need to actually save a copy of the add-on on your hard disk before it is installed.

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