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Sync meetup dot com to Google calendar get API Key(see img) get User ID (see img) go to Google Clander (see img) Add the link from step 5 http://www.meetup.com/events/ical/*****USER ID*********/*****API Key*********/going


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Try out the Google Chrome Extension (new link) here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/event-merge-for-google-ca/idehaflielbgpaokehlhidbjlehlfcep


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The solution is to log into Office 365 via https://portal.office.com, click on Calendar and then click on Calendar again under "My app settings". Go to publish calendar and publish the desired calendar. Copy the ICS url created. Log into Google Calendar and click the arrow on "Other calendars". Click the button "Add by URL" and paste the .ics link from ...


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If you make your calendar public, you can still hide details of the meetings. They show as busy or free depending on how you set that in the event. Open a shared view of your calendar in an incognito/private-browsing (to appear as it would from a non authenticated user). Print it. An example can be found here.


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Install Stylebot or something similar in your browser. Open it up on the calendar page and go to Edit CSS at the bottom. Enter this - .evt-lk { display:none; } Save it. Close Stylebot. Print it. Open up Stylebot and comment out (see below) what you just did so it'll be around next time you need it but it won't mess stuff up in the meantime. ...


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This is not always convenient, but if you use the Google Inbox application on Android there is an option to add events to your google Calendar. I generally get my phone out and add events from there.


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I found there are two ways to set up resources in Google Calendar. Like your current set up, one is by setting up the room as an object, thus "rooms" will show up and you can add them to meeting requests. The other is creating a calendar for the resource, and then adding the room as an invitee to the meeting, thus adding the event to the resource ...


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You should definitely pester Google to implement this as described in the other answer, but in the meantime if you need access to the old Gmail you can access it from the Gmail link on the sidebar menu.


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To enable/disable external invitation prompts, you must have an Administrator account. This will open the Google Admin console. From the dashboard, go to Apps > Google Apps > Calendar > Sharing Settings > External invitations. Choose ON or OFF for the setting.


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You can now do this without writing any code by using the web version of the calendar API: https://developers.google.com/apis-explorer/#p/calendar/v3/calendar.events.get Go to the calendar event in question in "edit" view. Go to "More Actions" and then "Troubleshooting Info". Copy the event ID (eid=...). Note: for a recurring event, remove the _[date]Z ...


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You can enable the "changed events" notifications to receive notifications of events that change using the settings menu. Go to the settings menu (the gear), select the Calendars tab, and go through to edit the notifications of the specific calendar for which you want to receive these notifications. Enable notifications for "changed events" from the menu ...


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Yes, you can do this... Edit the event from which the day/date should change (ie. #4 02/12/2016 in the example) Change the date (eg. advance by one day), change the repeat frequency, etc. Click Save. You then get prompted whether you want "to change only this event, or this and all future events in the series". Click Following events. Note, however, that ...


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Perhaps the simplest way is Has the words: "google.com/calendar"



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