On the Google Calendar page I can access via a web browser, I can click on:
Settings cogwheel |
Calendars | to the right of any calendar entry click
The help icon next to
All-day event notifications: says:
Event notifications tell you about an all-day event at a specified time some number of days before it begins. For example, if you’d like to be alerted about an all-day event at 9 am the day before it occurs, you’d set a notification.
However, IMHO there are several use cases where one would need to be notified during the same day about an all-day event. The classical scenario is birthdays. I don't want to know about them the day before, but during the same day, perhaps in the morning around 8:30, or perhaps in the afternoon after work hours around 7:00 PM, these are the times when I would like the notification to be sent out for such all-day events, not the day before.
- Is there a way to configure such behavior in Google calendar, and if not then why is it missing / why is it not possible to program such behavior into Google calendar?