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I am trying to search for all instances of a calendar event however I seem to only get a subset of them.

For instance I see "26 results for my search query" yet I only see 5 results.

How do I get to see all of them?

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Scroll back to an earlier date, then run the search. All of your results won't be displayed in Chrome (you'll just get different slices of time), but FireFox will do it. It has been a topic of discussion for years; there has been no response from Google.

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Workaround: you can choose the drop-down menu on Search and specify a date range. If not everything is visible, then by choosing a different date range you can get a different set of results. This works in chrome.

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First, the workaround:

  1. Click on a date of the last event shown in search results - it will take you to the daily view of that day
  2. Click on a search button again - search results will be displayed starting from that day
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Are you sure this solves the problem described? –  Vidar S. Ramdal Nov 18 '13 at 16:28
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