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You only have to type the whole URL. If I put link code in HTML it doesn't work. So for example, in the description if I want a link, I simply put the URL: http://www.example.com. The calendar automatically makes it a link. No coding. Some of my URLs are long and ugly. It's not pretty but it's a hyperlink.
OnenOnlyWalter's is the prerequisite solution. However, for those whose problem persists, I think I got what happened, although that doesn't mean there's an easy fix. The only fix is just to recreate the calendar under your desired domain privilege settings which OnenOnlyWater advises on. I've found that those calendars of mine which weren't offering the ...
Schedulizer is what you want (assuming your school is supported). Plugs right into the school's public course database.
Problem happened to me in Outlook 2010. The above did not quite work for me... So I used mfcmapi.exe from Microsoft. start mfcmapi.exe QuickStart -> Open Folder -> Calendar sorted the appointments By "From" so I would only find appontments that were organised by Me Then going through the list, only selecting those calendar items with To: includes other ...
Go to "My calendars" setting, click show none. Go "back to calendar", then Go to "My calendars" setting, click just the ones you want to show.
Regardless of what google's docs say, the alert comes 10 minutes before midnight the day before the event. I still see this behavior, and so do a lot of other people too http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/calendar/THscLWELKZE
Open the event. Under "More Actions" is an option: Change owner Click that and put the email address of the other account in as the new owner. That account will receive a notification that you're trying to transfer ownership of the event. Log in to the other account and click the confirmation link in the email you receive. That will bring you to the event ...
You can add Your meetup calendar to Google Calendar accessable over your personal home page. Information and image source
jobjorn - Thanks for this great piece of code and instructions. Did the job for me but for one small tweak. Problem: some of my Facebook events had no endtime and the output of the script wouldn't import into google calendar (even though it worked fine with iCal). The empty DTEND: values was the issue. Solved by adding an test for an empty end_time value ...
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