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I have noticed it may now take several days before changes are reflected. It looks like Google upped the time on their Calendar Help page from "every few hours" to "up to 8 hours" and now to "up to 12 hours." Note: It might take up to 12 hours for changes to show in your Google Calendar. Source: Add someone else's Google calendar: Add using a Link
Short answer Set the account's main calendar name properly. Use a Google Group to manage Google Calendar sharing and collaboration. Explanation Part 1: Set the account's main calendar name properly The main calendar for a Google account takes it's default name from the account name, but it could be changed. To do so, On your computer, open ...
Short answer Google Calendar doesn't have a built-in feature to ignore or change the time zone to the local zone of the user but keeping the date and hour. Alternatives Instead of sharing a calendar of Google Calendar share the calendar information in someway that the time-zone is not attached to the date-time data, like a CSV file, spreadsheet, project ...
Google offers Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook to Google Apps for Work, Education or Government users. Users of consumer accounts should use a third party tool. It's worth to say that Outlook allows to subscribe to public web calendars, but this is only for read access.
When sharing the calendar, choose the option that allows others to See free/busy information (no details) See when your calendar is booked and when it has free time, but not the names or other details of your events.
From Can I recover a deleted Calendar event? - Google Apps Administrator Help Short answer: Once an event is deleted, its full details can't be recovered. However, you may be able to retrieve some information about the deleted event by accessing your calendar through an XML feed. If you accidentally delete a calendar event, you ...
There is a way to extend it longer, but not by using Google Calendar directly. I initially create the event in Google Calendar on my desktop with a four week reminder. I then open the event on my Android phone calendar (S Planner synced to Google Calendar). I can then edit the reminder to be anything I want.
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