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with the help of free app-MultCloud, it's easy to do https://www.multcloud.com
I haven't tested it rigorously, but this seems to work -
Well, you can add four separate events (September 13th for 2001, 2002, 2003 and September 12th for 2004) and make them recurring every four years. But it'll break at 2400 :) and you won't be able to edit them all at once.
Best thing I have found is using the mass delete function from the mobile app, Business Calendar Pro by Appgenixsoftware.
Calify allows you to open *.ics files in various web calendars.
Or, you can install Calify, which will allow you to open *.ics files in Google Calendar directly.
Here's an alternative approach. Installing Calify will allow you to open *.ics files in Google Calendar. You will just have to download the file, open it and Calify will open Google Calendar in new browser tab with all the details pre-filled. Disclaimer: I'm the app author.
I have had the same need for quite some time. And because I couldn't find anything suitable, I've built my own app. It's called Calify. http://www.califyapp.com The installer registers the app as the default program for handling *.ics files, so it works for both opening e-mail attachments and downloading event detail exports from webpages. It does not ...
Another partial solution that may work for some folks: Create the repeating event for the first day of every month, then add a reminder for one day in advance. Then you'll receive at a notice regarding the event at the appropriate time. Of course this doesn't help if you need the time to show as busy.
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