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Google Calendar does not provide a way to merge the same event that appears in multiple calendars, and Google has been blatantly ignoring requests to do so dating as far back as 2009 The only solution might be to use a Chrome extension, gcal-multi-event-merge**, which unfortunately doesn't work in the monthly view. For the 1 and 4-day views, and for the ...
Indeed, Google displays the personal calendar as the default one when creating an event. The simplest option would be to ask her to share her calendar, without sharing details (just busy times). See also this question about merging duplicate events from the personal calendar and the shared one - it might help to install that extension in her Chrome.
Google Calendar does not provide a way to merge the same event that appears in multiple calendars, and Google has been oblivious to requests to do so dating as far back as 2009 - Sharing Calendars creates duplicate events - 2009-Jan, closed General ability to hide events in shared calendars - 2010-Jun Suggestion: hide 'duplicate' event on shared calendars ...
While not having tested against mainstream or others web calendars, the RFC specifies integers to be either positive or negative and RFC5545 section 3.3.8. Integer specifies: The valid range for "integer" is -2147483648 to 2147483647. If the sign is not specified, then the value is assumed to be positive.
Mismatch of syntax between calendars.... One syntax check which can lead to this in Outlook, is a line in the ics data DTSTART;VALUE=DATE:20141014T193000Z which should set the date but not the time. The time should be left at default 00:00 DTSTART:20141014T193000Z will set the start time to 19:30. If the top format is used in Outlook it will fail with ...
The official source is https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/37100?hl=en&ref_topic=1672445 Note: It may take up to 8 hours for changes in ICS feeds to reflect in your Google Calendar.
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