On my old Nokia C5, there was a quite smart setting to sync the phone calendar with my Gmail calendar when a WiFi connection was available, every say 30 minutes (using MailForExchange).
I'd expected that a tightly-Google-coupled system like Android would do that task even better, but it doesn't (or I wasn't able to figure out how).
First of all, automatic synchronizing is disabled because I don't want to sync contacts, images, mails, whatever. Only my calendar!
I know that I could sync the calendar when I go to Settings → Accounts and Synchronisation → tip on my Google account → scroll to the calendar entry → sync now.
But that's that deep hidden in menus that it is not really fun.
Is there a way to have a shortcut on the home screen that I could use to directly start synchronizing only my calendar with one tip?
If automatic synchronisation with WiFi could be set up (once again: only my calendar), that would be an extra bonus.
My main aim is to sync only the calendar, nothing else.