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To add any email event to your Google Calendar... Open the email, Click on "More" in the menu bar, then "Create event". Sometimes Gmail copies all the details you need into the event description. Depending upon how well Gmail reads the PDF file, you may have to copy / paste the details from the PDf to the Calendar event.


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The more complete answer is to toggle the www. part of the TripIt feed URL when you re-add it. I recently had this problem. My work GCalendar was using tripit.com and my personal GCalendar was using www.tripit.com. No updates on either one, several hours after the TripIt feed was updated. To force them both to refresh, I re-added the TripIt feed to the ...


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Go to Calendar settings and find Labs, where you can find this extension and set exact time ranges to hide like I do in the following image


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I had a similar problem for a long time and this question had the answer. Remove the "www." from the calendar feed URL. Change https://www.tripit.com/feed/ical/private/XXX...XXX/tripit.ics into https://tripit.com/feed/ical/private/XXX...XXX/tripit.ics


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You cannot remove Tasks, it has the same active-status as your primary calendar. You can see this under Settings(Cog Wheel)->Calendar(Tab)->'SHOW IN LIST', it is greyed out for Tasks just like for your Primary Calendar :(. Why? Heck if I know. Maybe Google is just so large that it got lost in confusion :(. Whatever the reason, just add a Calendar Task for ...


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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


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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 ...


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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 ...



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