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My workplace moves workdays to weekends, and weekends to workday: for example, Friday, March 9th is weekend but Sunday, March 11th is a workday.

How I can mark these new weekends as weekends in Google Calendar, and mark new workdays as workday?

I want to see it in my Android calendar. I want to set up all this stuff ( http://variant52.ru/kalendar/proizvodstvennui-kalendar-2012.htm, red days are actual weekends) once per year in 1 calendar and sync with other apps, and share it with people.

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You're confusing weekend with days off and holidays. You just need to subscribe to a calendar feed that shows the changes as all-day events. – dnbrv Apr 25 '12 at 13:45
Additionally, you've asked 2 questions: How to change weekends in Google Calendar (web) and in Android's calendar app. Please split your Android question to a new question. – JonathanMumm Apr 25 '12 at 17:42
"You just need to subscribe to a calendar feed that shows the changes as all-day events." there is no such calendar – Andrew Apr 26 '12 at 6:30
  1. Go to Settings (Cog wheel on the upper-right side of the page)
  2. Search for Week starts on: enter image description here
  3. Set it to what it suit you
  4. Click on the Save button on top or at the bottom of the page
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you missunderstand me I need to move to google calendar this calendar variant52.ru/kalendar/proizvodstvennui-kalendar-2012.htm – Andrew Apr 25 '12 at 7:19
Your question was/is “How I can mark theese new weekends as weekends in google calendar, and mark new workdays as workday?” Do you want to import a calendar that has shifted weekends to Google Calendar? Is this what you are asking? Please edit your question to reflect what you are actually asking. – Alex Apr 25 '12 at 8:11

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