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I had the same problem. There's no built in functionality. However, there's a third-party service that allows you to do just that: https://fut.email Here's how it works: You sign up with your Google account You're asked to give OAuth access to your Google Calendar Now you can send emails to tomorrow@fut.email to create events in your calendar. Many other ...


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The email will have two parts. The "magic widget" above with some buttons to quickly answer, and the real body below starting with "You have been invited to the following event". If you click on the Yes button above b@gmail.co will be answering, but below there should be a text like "Going (a@gmail.com)?" with a Yes link. ...


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To get events to repeat every year on a specific day of the month: Edit the event (Click the event, click the pen icon) Under the date range you will see a dropdown with "Does not repeat". Click it. Select "Annually on..." Click Save This is also available when you add a new event.


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go to settings > Import/export


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All of these options are definitely worth trying. What worked for me is to actually just have Google Calendars open in a tab. Having it open while on mail.google.com is not enough.


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Unfortunately, I have been struggling with the same problem for the past few days. To my knowledge, there is no way to integrate Google Calendar reminders with Slack channels. What I found to be helpful, though, was the /remind feature. You can type /remind [who][what][when] in any channel to specify a reminder. For example, if you have a meeting this Sunday ...


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You can actually edit out guests you want to remove, but you can only do that in the original calendar hold where you invited each guest, even if it's a recurring meeting. When you hover your pointer over the guest's name, the X does show up at the top right corner of the name and you can uninvite them by clicking on it. After that, they do not show on any ...


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One possible way I found is Zapier, it can react on finishing a Toggl activity and copy it to your Google calendar. It has some options and all, it's convenient but the free Zapier account only allows a certain number of actions per month so it's not really a long-term solution for heavy togglers. Other automation systems can be found as well but I suspect ...


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