The update aims to help people stay accountable and achieve their New Year’s resolutions

Consistency is key when it comes to achieving your goals, but sometimes finding the time is the hardest part. Google recently announced an update to Goals and Google Calendar that allows you to connect Google Fit and Apple Health to the resolutions you set in Goals.

To get started, add a personal goal—like “do yoga 3 times a week” or “read for 30 minutes every day”— and Calendar will help you find the time to stick to it. Once you hit your goal for the day, Google Calendar will automatically mark it as done and Google will also show you your progress when you look at your fitness goals in the Calendar app.

Added another event that conflicts with a goal? The calendar will automatically reschedule, so you can also defer a goal at any time and the app will make time for it later in the day. The more you use it, the smarter it gets—just defer, edit or complete your goals, and Google Calendar will choose better times in the future.

Download the Google Calendar app for Android or iPhone, and set your first goal.

Google Calendar Fitness

Consistency is key when it comes to achieving your goals, but sometimes finding the time is the hardest part. Google recently announced an update to Goals and Google Calendar that allows you to connect Google Fit and Apple Health to the resolutions you set in Goals.

To get started, add a personal goal—like “do yoga 3 times a week” or “read for 30 minutes every day”— and Calendar will help you find the time to stick to it. Once you hit your goal for the day, Google Calendar will automatically mark it as done and Google will also show you your progress when you look at your fitness goals in the Calendar app.