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Here is a solution how to remove Birthdays calendar in Google Calendar: Cogwheel icon button Settings Calendars tab Browse interesting calendars link More tab Unsubscribe link next to Birthdays calendar Execution of these steps will unsubscribe you from Birthdays calendar in Google Calendar.
Google calendar has default calendar as birthdays and also it is synced with the Google+ so once you add a friend in the Google+.Those birthday would be fetched and it would be added and displayed in the Google calendar. If you want to remove,you have delete from Google+.
In the list of "My calendars", where it shows a color sample for each calendar including "Birthdays", click the color sample to hide that calendar: BTW the info on birthdays can come from your Contacts as well as Google+.
Unless you can get the person who sent the invitation to re-send it to your "normal" Gmail address, I think your only option is to work with the attached invite.ics file. From the email message invitation, simply click to download to save it locally. Then go into your Google Calendar and click the down arrow next to "Other calendars". Choose "Import ...
There is a "If This Then That" recipe you could utilize. Notes: Uses http://iamnerdwin.com/work/runkeeper-activity-feed to export data from RunKeeper and then http://www.feed43.com to turn the data into RSS. See http://imgur.com/mwLasUY for key settings in feed43. It shouldn't require much tweaking at all. Just an IFTTT.com account (they're ...
I've tried pretty much every solution I've found on the web, and none of them have worked for me. I've resigned myself to exporting each event manually when I RSVP.
You should be able to save this calendar, in its current state, in iCal (or XML) format and then you can import it as a static calendar. Go to "Calendar Settings" for this calendar (dropdown menu) Under "Calendar Address" pick ICAL. You get prompted with the URL - Click it. Save the file locally On the "Other calendars" dropdown, pick "Import calendar" and ...
Turns out that Google Calendar API version 3 exposes "gadgets". That's what needs to be used to format entries as described here. See: Calendar Event Gadgets
If you're only looking to see a single event, you can click on "Find a time" once you've added the room to your calendar invite. This will show the calendar's schedule, let you view its events and see who created another event (as long as this event isn't marked 'private')
As a Super Admin, you have full permission (view/edit) to each calendar in the domain. Therefore, to get access to the user's primary calendar, just enter the user's email address in the "Add a coworker's calendar" box (underneath "Other Calendars"). Note that this trick will only work for a user's primary calendar. If a user has created an additional ...
There is a GApps user and calendar for each resource in your domain, and you can view it to see who booked the resource and for what duration. In your calendar, click the little arrow box next to "Other Calendars" and select "Browse Interesting Calendars". Who knows what you will find in here! Click on the "More" heading and then the blue carat (">") to ...
I couldn't get this to work on GCal either (first time worked, but it wouldn't update). You could however export the subscription calendar link, and manually add it to your calendar - this will create a sync'ed calendar that you will never have to manually update Go to meetup.com home page with the calendar widget on the right Export To -> iCal Calendar ...
You can try this free app to sync Facebook events with Google Calendar. It allows you to filter only events that you are or may be actually attending to avoid clutter. Simple and it works! I wonder why Facebook does not offer more customized feeds natively.
This is not currently possible with Google Calendar. You can share a calendar with someone and allow them to make changes to it or not. Making changes includes add and editing events. To do what you want you'd need some Frankenstein's monster with a calendar for each person that they can edit and everyone else can view. Or you'll just need to use ...
I'll suggest not one but two! The best one is written in adobe air and available here- http://www.jashsayani.com/my-softwares/. I've tested it and it works well. The second option is available here. http://download.cnet.com/GTask-for-Desktop/3000-2124_4-76116134.html Also do try out the Google tasks new tab where every tab in Google Chrome becomes a ...
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