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There is a free API client at http://www.gcaltoolkit.com. It has a network version that is free for 1000 entries and downloadable versions for Windows and Mac that may be free as well. I tried it and it worked quickly for me. You can select by date or by search terms and it looks like you can manually modify that further. Or just click the ones you want ...
In Google Calendar, click on the Create button. Click on the "Repeat..." checkbox, and a popup box will appear. In the "Repeat on" section, check the "M", "T", W", and "T" boxes. In the "Ends" section, check the "On" radio box and select the date you want the event to end. Since you said you want it to occur all year, you can select 12/31/2015. Click the ...
Google have updated their code on this and it works more smoothly but if you're the admin of a domain and have the admin account opened in one window and the calendar user in another you will need to log out and back in on the calendar user before the changes will take effect. This also includes if the calendar owner is the admin as well. I have just run ...
This is how I made it work on my google calendar. You go to the main page of meetup. the URL is just meetup.com. Then you look to your lower right, there should be a small monthly calendar, under the calendar there is an icon with a small arrow that says export to, click on it and the choose Google Calendar. And that's it!
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