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I recently set up the following Stylish script as a very hackish workaround for this: @namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml); @-moz-document url-prefix("https://www.google.com/calendar") { .calListChip[title='Tasks'] { display: none; } #calcontent.eui-t .calListRow { height: unset; line-height: unset; max-height: 19px; } ...


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For those looking to filter all calendar proposals (no updates) from:(-me) {filename:vcs filename:ics} has:attachment


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I wrote up a script in Google Script, which I would like to contribute in case it helps someone else stumbling across this question. I adapted some code from the Google sample code on Calendar API. Steps Go to your Google Drive and start a new empty spreadSheet. Go to the Menu: Tools → Script Editor → Blank Document. Copy + paste the code into the new ...


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When you create a new event only main Google Calendar is available. In your case, it looks like "Agenda". Save the event in main calendar and then edit saved event - list of calendars will be available. Choose required calendar from the list. Unfortunately, there are no other ways to do it. Please, see more information by link: ...


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Colors in Google Calendar as based on a per calendar basis. If you create a new calendar and add your ssl events to this calendar, you can make it a seperate color.


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According to official documentation it looks impossible: After your event is added to your calendar, it will continue to be updated with new information. For example, if you get an email confirmation that you changed the time of your dinner reservation, the time will change in Calendar too. You can't edit the event details yourself, but you can ...


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At this time is not possible, but recently Google added more controls for multi-domain organizations, so the hangouts web address mapping could be added "soon" (could take several months). References Feature parity for multi-domain Google Apps instances



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