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Although Google Calendar doesn't allow you to create or modify arbitrary recurrence rules like "Saturday after second Tuesday", the iCalendar specification which it uses and understands is quite robust in this regard. Simply create a *.ics file for the event with a custom recurrence rule or RRULE. For your example, note that since the second Tuesday of a ...


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Update 20 Feb 2018. From the developer: I've updated when2meet to now include support for scheduling events across multiple time zones. Each participant's time zones are automatically detected for newly created events. The grid is shown as appropriate for each user's time zone, including shifts due to daylight savings. And indeed, if you visit https://...


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NOTE: Answer to revision 4 Google Apps Script on edit events are triggered by user made changes only, they aren't triggered on automatic changes like does that occur to automatic recalculation of import functions and functions like NOW. By the other hand, in order to make a change on an external sheet, you should use an installable trigger. For further ...


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Pre-/Post-events sound like project planning, which made me think of MS Project. Google found me the Microsoft® Project to Google® Calendar tool. It's been a while since I used MS Project, but I'm pretty sure you can link events like the way you've suggested. I'm pretty sure that other import/export ways are possible (e.g., export from MSProject to iCal, ...


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