Ever since the recent Google Calendar changes, I've found this updated filter to work best.
As a search:
subject:("invitation" OR "accepted" OR "rejected" OR "updated" OR "canceled event" OR "declined" OR "proposed") when where calendar who organizer
As a filter:
For everyone that is on this thread or might see it in the future, I have made a Google Apps Script program to update the calendar as frequently as you like (up to every minute). It is available here: https://script.google.com/d/1BOk8MDLbLaHh6SwG1M1tsgNXjkcC-79LE0QoipRuTDxbO3fMVvqoROQD/edit?usp=sharing
The script parses the ics/ical file and creates events ...
The solution is to log into Office 365 via https://portal.office.com, click on Calendar and then click on Calendar again under "My app settings". Go to publish calendar and publish the desired calendar. Copy the ICS url created.
Log into Google Calendar and click the arrow on "Other calendars". Click the button "Add by URL" and paste the .ics link from ...
Google Calendar does not provide a way to merge the same event that appears in multiple calendars, and Google has been oblivious to requests to do so dating as far back as 2009 -
Sharing Calendars creates duplicate events - 2009-Jan, closed
General ability to hide events in shared calendars - 2010-Jun
Suggestion: hide 'duplicate' event on shared calendars - ...
This is likely because of he has explicitly denied sending notifications about events to him.
Ask the guest to make sure that they didn't turn off email notifications for new events. If they use Google Calendar, ask the guest to check their email notifications while on a computer.
This seems to be an undocumented feature, but you can use the authuser URL parameter.
So, you can create bookmarks that will take you directly to the calendar for a specific account, like so:
Gmail works ...
For "Classic Calendar":
Go to Settings.
Click Calendars (tab).
Click Edit notifications (link).
Change or remove the default notification setting in Event Notifications and All Day Event Notifications Sections as desired.
For Google's 2017 New Calendar:
Go to Settings.
Click scroll down the left sidebar to Settings for my calendars.
Expand the desired ...
You can locate the date created and date modified for an event by examining the .ics file for the calendar with a text editor. Download the .ics file for your calendar from calendar.google.com > Settings > Import & Export> Export
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 ...
The official source is https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/37100?hl=en&ref_topic=1672445#add_via_link (in the "Add using a link" section).
It might take up to 12 hours for changes to show in your Google Calendar.
In former versions of this answer, they wrote "up to 8 hours" - I have updated my answer according to the comments below.
Quick Add isn't available for/built into the new Calendar, but does work with a Chrome extension called Google Calendar (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/google-calendar-by-google/gmbgaklkmjakoegficnlkhebmhkjfich?hl=en)
To add any email event to your Google Calendar...
Web mail version:
Open the web version email, Click on the "More" icon (3 vertical dots to the right of the "Labels" icon) in the Top toolbar menu, then select "Create event".
Make sure you are clicking on the GMail "More" icon above and not the "more" (3 dots) inside the Email header.
This would seem to be an oversight on Google's part. Reminders don't appear to be searchable.
When you use the advanced search options, you can limit your search to a particular calendar (including "Other" calendars you've connected) or "All Calendars", but there's no option for "Reminders".
So it appears that there's currently no way to search for ...
Send an email with subject line "Flight Itinerary" to yourself and copy-paste the contents of Itinerary PDF into the email as a plain text. Google will automatically parse this new email and add the event to your calendar now.
In the main Google Calendar view, click 'Create'
Click the text box representing the start date (The datepicker pops up)
Choose a month that has 5 Sundays (For example, August 2015)
Pick the 5th Sunday in that month (For example, August 30, 2015)
Click the 'Repeat...' checkbox (The repeat popup appears)
Choose the following options
I have noticed it may now take several days before changes are reflected. It looks like Google upped the time on their Calendar Help page from "every few hours" to "up to 8 hours" and now to "up to 12 hours."
Note: It might take up to 12 hours for changes to show in your Google Calendar.
Source: Add someone else's Google calendar: Add using a Link
You can do this with the OS X Calendar app.
First, sync your Google Calendar with OS X Calendar.
Then create an event series that occurs on the last day of every month and wait for it to sync to Google Calendar.
The best option I've found is to use Microsoft Flow with the Copy new events in Office 365 to Google Calendar and send a notification template.
Events doesn't show up immediately, but it takes around 5 minutes. Pretty good. It also handles event updates.
My old accounts doesn't show anymore the switch to Remainders option but accounts created this year, consumer and G Suite accounts show both, Reminders and Task Calendars. I didn't searched yet for an official help article or post about this, but if you can't wait, look at the G Suite Update alert blog, the Google Calendar Help Center and ...
There isn't a nice and direct way to do that.
However, you could do the following:
Create a new temporary calendar from the + sign in the calendars list.
Go to your event and copy/duplicate it to the temporary calendar.
Export the calendar to an ics file.
Delete the event from the temporary calendar.
Repeat 2-4 when necessary.
It's not possible.
The support page (also mentioned in my original answer) was updated, the option to go back to classic is no longer written there, so it's not an option.
(Thanks for the comment ale).
And according to this G Suite announcement:
In this phase, users will still have the option to opt out of the new UI until February 28th, 2018, ...
Currently, Google Calendar limits recurring events to have a maximum of 730 occurrences in the series. Unfortunately, they don't do a very good job of communicating this limitation in the UI. There are 3 options for a recurring series' end: "Never", "After _____ occurrences", and "On _____". If you choose "Never", or enter a number of occurrences greater ...
I found the soloution:
The calendar that contains the event needs to be published.
As I did not want to make my calendar public I just created a new one.
UPDATE: As the Google Calendar interface changed recently and my original screenshots were in German, I've uploaded new ones.
The workaround is to type the event in Google search, e.g.
"add to calendar some description tomorrow at 1PM"
then click on Create event.
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.
It turns out that the "Yes / No / Maybe" options are not initially shown for an event until you add a guest other than yourself.
If you just add yourself as a guest, nothing happens. When you add the first guest other than yourself, a guest list appears with two guests (yourself as "Organizer", plus the guest you invited). The presence of the guest list ...