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How can I quickly navigate to a given date, say, a past date about 2 years ago, in Google Calendar?

Currently have have to click on the previous month button about 20 times. I have tried entering dates / months / years in the search box without effect. Is there a better way?

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You can simply press g which will bring up a "Go to date" dialog.

This is native and doesn't rely on Google Labs or G Suite. Maybe this was part of the Google Labs beta and was merged into the main product, or maybe it was there all along.

Press ? to pop up a list of other helpful keyboard shortcuts.

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In Google Calendar labs you can enable the Jump to date feature. It will allow you to jump to any date in seconds.

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  • As somebody else pointed out, Google Labs is no longer available in the free calendar. However, you can press g for the "Go to date" dialog, which is super handy.
    – Fauxcuss
    Commented Apr 28, 2022 at 15:12
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Another option... Type in the URL bar of your browser:
https://calendar.google.com/calendar/r/month/YYYY/MM/DD
where YYYY/MM/DD is the date you want to jump to.

For example:
https://calendar.google.com/calendar/r/month/2015/10/16

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Unfortunately Google Labs is no longer available to non-G Suite users. To jump to a specific remote date, you can do the following:

  1. Create an event on that day you want to jump to
  2. Delete that event after you are directed to that day.

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