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No. Shared Google calendars have their own email address. Because the shared Google calendar's email address wasn't invited to the event, it can't 'accept' the invite. You can manually copy events to secondary calendars by opening the event details, choosing the More Actions drop down, and selecting 'Copy to...'.


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This would seem to be an oversight on Google's part. Reminders don't appear to be searchable. When you use the advanced search options, you can limit your search to a particular calendar (including "Other" calendars you've connected) or "All Calendars", but there's no option for "Reminders". So it appears that there's currently no way to search for ...


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Google calendar has been added two new options to the Repeats drop down list: So you can pick one of them.


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Based on your question it sounds like you created a recurring daily event, not a Calendar reminder. Reminders appear on your calendar each day until you mark them as done. You can create them using these directions. While I didn't find it documented anywhere, in my experience daily recurring events will only appear on your calendar for the next year, but ...


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A highly similar and more general question is "how to make an event repeat on the last [x] day of each month". As this person noted, you need to find a month with the max number of weeks (five) and then set it based on the day of the month. If the initial month doesn't have the max number of weeks, it will repeat on the fourth week rather than the last week.


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I have found that following this guide from Microsoft only partially works. After copy-pasting the private calendar link into MS Outlook 2013, Outlook throws the error Cannot verify or add the Internet Calendar in Outlook. Verify the link is a valid calendar link The workaround (how simple can it be?) I found was to: Go to your calendar settings in ...


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For the first one, can you give an example. For instance do you want it to move to the next month if needed ? For the second one, I'd suggest the following given x=2 RRULE:FREQ=MONTHLY;BYDAY=MO,TU,WE,TH,FR;BYMONTHDAY=10,11,12;BYSETPOS=-1 What the rule does is to say it can happen: 3 days, 4 days or 5 days before the 15th (BYMONTHDAY=10,11,12) 5 ...


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If reminders are still not showing after you marked its tickbox, try just refreshing the webpage. It worked for me that way.


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You can embed the calendar on your website and pass out the link to the embedded calendar From Add a Google calendar to your website (support.google.com): On a computer, open Google Calendar. You can only get the code to embed in your website from a computer, not the mobile app. In the top right, click Settings gear button > Settings. Open the ...


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This can be done as two repeated events, rather than one. Create two identically named events, one of which happens on MWF every other week, and the other on TTH of every other week, starting a week later.


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You'll open Google Drive and make a new script. Delete everything. Paste the code below into the script editor. Make your changes to the date range and title element. When you have it setup, hit the play button. You'll need to give it permissions when the window pops up. That should do it. function myFunction() { var fromDate = new Date(2016,0,1,0,0,0);...



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