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Google says every few hours, which in my experience means 6-24. Currently, calendar feeds are automatically updated by Google Calendar every few hours. We understand that some users want to have the ability to refresh the calendars they added manually and we are exploring various ways to enable this. If the calendar you're subscribing to using ...


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Google takes a surprising long time to refresh the other calendars... usually "6-24 hours" which, in my experience, is almost enough to make their iCal support nearly worthless. See this related question.


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According to the official directions on how to add it to Google Calendar, it shows a calendar URL in a format that is different than the one you supplied: http://www.tripit.com/calendar/ical/... Your URL has feed and private in it. It might be due to privacy concerns and only your public events can be displayed. You could try seeing if there are other iCal ...


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You need to publish the ics as an iCal feed that they can paste as a URL to import an external calendar Tripit, for example: webcal://www.tripit.com/feed/ical/private/private-hash/tripit.ics So you need to come up with some kind of hash and publish the ics at a particular url for the user. It is not completely secure as far as I can tell, but that way ...


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I think I see the issue and it's due to the fact that Google Calendar appears to update its ical sources only every 24 hours. There have been requests to either update it a bit more frequently or provide users with a manual refresh option - see link below: http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/calendar/iXp8fZfgU2E My workaround is as follows, if ...


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While it's not possible to disable the Google Calendar portion of your Google account altogether, it's easy to remove it from OS X. Go to the Mail, Contacts, and Calendars preference pane in System Preferences: Then deselect Calendars from your Google account: Voilá! No more Google Calendar in iCal. Similarly, on iOS: Updated answer: To stop ...


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I kind of got this working (still working out some kinks) in Linux with the kmail client. Any invite that I want to pop into my gmail folder.. I opent he ICS invite with "open with", and select my small bash script ~/bin/gmail-invite.sh: #!/bin/bash INVFILE=/tmp/tweeks.ics DEST=email-addy@gmail.com sed "s/old-email@work.com/$DEST/g" $1 > $INVFILE ...



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