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Currently, Google Calendar Goals don't support any fields to customize with text. But since everything in Google Calendar, including Goals and To-dos, is just an event, you still can customize using a different approach. First let's see what a Google Calendar "Goal" is, it's a simplified event that is named "Workout" and it usually repeats some time during ...


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Go into Settings | View Options and uncheck "View calendars side by side in Day View".


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Both your calendars are distinct, even if your personal calendar is shared with your Google Apps account. Unfortunately, there is no native way to share a common busy/available status merged from 2 calendars with your co-workers. See this answered on google forums validated by a Google Team member I think only a free/busy consolidated calendar will ...


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How can Google users/the public submit ideas for doodles? The doodle team is always excited to hear ideas from users – they can email proposals@google.com with ideas for the next Google doodle. The team receives hundreds of requests every day, so we, unfortunately, can't respond to everyone. But rest assured that we're reading them :) https:...


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Two part answer here. 1) The Google API for All-Day events requires that the date.end be a day beyond date.start as date.end is an "exclusive" date, not an inclusive date. See reference here and guide implemented here. 2) This is a known bug that it randomly affects some people but not other people. Google is working on a fix (per email I received, also ...


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If you have another email address, add that to the event and send the invite. This will create the .ics file. Open the .ics file on any text editor and search for "CREATED:".


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however the section My Calendars (capital C) and referenced "+" button in Step 2 below is not present. Click the "+" button on the Other calendars section, then follow the rest of the instructions. If you followed the instructions of the help article (considering the above suggestion) and you still doesn't get the result you are looking for, then submit a ...


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I was able to search my reminders by searching Google for search reminders [reminder text here]. (While logged in under my Google account, of course.)


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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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You can search for reminders in Google Search. I often do this from the Omnibar in Chrome. Use the search term: Search reminders for [your reminder] The only problem with the reminders it returns in the results is it won't let you edit them, only delete them.


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Okay, so I found how to do this. You need to need to login to your G Suite admin account. Navigate to Apps -> G Suite -> Calendar -> Sharing Settings -> change the "External sharing options for primary calendars" to share all. NB: You also need to do this in Apps -> G Suite -> Calendar -> General Settings, and save. Then go back to your calendars and you ...


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