On Chrome (and on other browsers, I assume) the entire day's schedule (ie, any all-day events plus 0:00-23:59) appears if I shrink the web page enough, using
COMMAND and "-" on the Mac or CTRL and "-" on the PC. I can now see anything at a glance (especially to see if the day is free and to not miss any entries at odd hours). Note that, at this point, the ...
Follow below steps:
You can create a contact for yourself in Google Contact
Set yourself-contact as Your Info in Google Contact App Or
use set yourself-contact as me with Google Assistant
Congrats, Google Calendar detect all birthdays and
Following up on the comment by @Sleavely it doesn't appear there's native support for a URL tied to a resource unless perhaps through its user description. I'm not an admin to carry out the experimentation however.
I've uncovered a bit about what is supported which I'll walk through here.
The Resources.calendars documentation under the G Suite Admin SDK &...
I've tried many solutions, including the Google Apps Script mentioned in another answer, but it has a few corner cases (see comments there).
So here is my temporary solution until Google adds a Refresh now button:
Once I think a new event might have been added in the Calendar feed, if I only want to watch the new changes, I just use this Python code:
This would be better as a comment, but I can't do that so...
As MCWS pointed out Benjamin's answer is correct, but the ID is wrong. Furthermore with Google's current UI at the time of writing, the "sidebar" should be considered to include the "Create" button that hovers over it as removing only the sidebar results in part of the calendar display being ...
From Sign in to multiple accounts at once
What a default account is
In many cases, your default account is the one you signed in with first. On mobile devices, your default account can vary depending on your device's operating system and the apps you use.
To change the default account, sign out of all your Google accounts then first sign-in by using ...