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 ...
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.
You can share your main calendar from Account1 with Account2.
Just go to the settings (gear, upper right) in Account1, choose Calendars and enter "Share this calendar" right of your main-calendar. Then you can enter the e-mail address of Account2 and choose "Make changes and Manage sharing" and you'll get a notification-mail in Account2 to add that calendar....
At this time there isn't a option on Google Drive to make a folder unsyncable.
Google Drive sync settings to exclude folders from syncing are only available in the Google Drive for PC/Mac. They are not available on
the web app
the offline settings
the mobile apps for Android and iOS.
These settings only allow to choose if all the ...
The solution to this problem is to go to https://calendar.google.com/calendar/syncselect and tick the calendars you wish to be synchronized. Then go back to Windows Calendar, and refresh the synced calendars. I found the quickest way to do that was to open the settings panel, go to "Accounts", select the appropriate account, select "Change mailbox sync ...
If you use Google Drive, you can connect the two so that everything in Google Photos is also copied to Google Drive. If you use Google Drive sync, then they'll all be on your hard drive.
In Google Drive settings, check the box next to "Create a Google Photos folder" labeled Automatically put your Google Photos into a folder in My Drive"
Now you'll have a ...
After 8 months of research, I think I found the solution, which is multifaceted.
There are two issues (possibly more) that could be at play. Here is my final solution, which I posted here:
ISSUE 1 - Possible Two Step verification problem and App passwords:
Sign in to ...
Dropbox does do block-level sync, according to this answer to a ServerFault question.
The blocks in question are 4MB, apparently. Whether your idea of a loopback filesystem / disk image to dump all the 20K files into a single file for Dropbox syncing would speed up Dropbox sync would depend on the speed of your internet connection - you would be trading ...
I know this is an old question and "Google Drive" is now "Backup and Sync from Google", however it still applies. It took me a while to figure out this solution so I could sync my projects without including dependencies or caches.
As I understand it, the issue is that you want to sync a folder, however there are some sub folders or files within the folder ...
I was facing the same issue, but I have found a solution. I used IFTTT to create a recipe with Todoist and Evernote. Upon installing the Todoist Chrome Extension, I can highlight things, pull up a secondary menu (right-click for most people), and click "Add to Todoist". IFTTT then sends that new item to the end of a note in Evernote, for me to sit down and ...
There is a "If This Then That" recipe you could utilize.
Notes: Uses http://iamnerdwin.com/work/runkeeper-activity-feed to
export data from RunKeeper and then http://www.feed43.com to turn the
data into RSS. See http://imgur.com/mwLasUY for key settings in
It shouldn't require much tweaking at all. Just an IFTTT.com account (they're free!).
There is no right combination of settings.
The Google Photos upload checkbox (in the Backup and Sync preferences) is a blanket toggle: it affects all the selected local backup/sync folders. So if you want to backup Drive-only files, you need to leave it unchecked and continue manually uploading your images to the Photos app.
As of yet, the B&S client ...
There's a help article from Google about sharing a calendar with another account:
You can share the main calendar for your account, or another calendar
On your computer, open Google Calendar. You can't share calendars from the Google Calendar app.
On the left, find the "My ...
use Office Compatibility Mode (OCM)
Taken from Save, edit & share Microsoft Office files, specifically from the following section:
You can use Microsoft Office files in Google Drive in three ways on
From web browsers or with sync clients
Use the plugin with your Microsoft Office programs
Upload your files to drive.google....
This is not possible by default as it is at the moment.
Some time ago, I stumbled upon this nifty site (which I am in no way affiliated with) that creates a new calendar-link you can use: http://eventcal.flown.io/
As the developer writes
Right know it simply removes events you have not responded to yet as you probably won't attend them.
This was my ...
Unfortunately, you can't do that with Google Drive. Removing a folder from the list of folders to sync removes it from your local drive.
Google Drive presumably assumes that the "master" version of your files exist in the "cloud". A folder set to not sync exists at drive.google.com, but can't exist on your hard drive. (At least, not in the Google Drive ...
The Dropbox "Camera Uploads" feature doesn't work that way. What it does is, when you take a photo, it copies the file to the "Camera Uploads" folder in Dropbox, which then syncs to your Dropbox account like any other file.
It's a way to backup your photos, so that if something were to happen to the photo on your phone you'd still have the Dropbox copy. Or, ...
This is a bit of a hack, but it works nevertheless (for now at least):
Lets say you have a folder that you want to exclude called NON_CLOUD.
We first create an empty folder that is renamed to NON_CLOUD and place it into Dropbox.
Then, we use selective sync to unsync that folder: https://www.dropbox.com/help/175
Next, move your actual NON_CLOUD ...
What happens if I delete one file in my online Google Drive interface in browser?
The file will be moved to your Google Drive "Trash" folder and will be removed from your hard drive1.
What happens if I delete one file in my offline computer folder?
The file will be removed from your hard drive1 and will be moved to the "Trash" folder within Google Drive....
From the question
Is it possible for creating the subset (filtered by Month) in a way that if we were to make changes in that subset view, those changes would cascade back to the Master. Would QUERY work? Or do I have to resort to a script. Or it is not possible.
Google Sheets doesn't have a built-in feature that syncs two spreadsheets so you ...
Go to calendar.google.com.
From the wheel icon from the top right select Settings.
Under the Calendar tab find the calendar you want to share and in
the right you have the option Share this calendar.
Under Share with specific people add your other email address and
select the permission settings you want. Most likely in your case
Make changes to events.
I completely agree about Microsoft Flow. It's the only working way I've found to integrate Outlook 365/Outlook.com integration with Google Calendar). Microsoft Flow is a service similar to IFTT, except geared to work with Office 365 services (and IFTT can't do this).
Here's a bit more information:
The free level of Flow allows for 750 "events" per month. ...
Is there any way to download Google Docs (or Sheets) files in the original Google Docs format?
Not in the way that this could be generally understood but it's possible to Work on Google Docs, Sheets, & Slides offline
Or is there any way how I can upload the files to Drive so that they will be converted back to original Google Docs files?
There is a web service at the following URL
that lets you filter your calendar sync by "attending (going)", "maybe/interested" and or "unanswered"
Screenshot of EventCal Web Service Website:
The code for it is also available on GitHub at https://github.com/simonbengtsson/eventcal
Yes, it is possible.
As @Luke the Geek pointed out in the comments, there are third-party utilities that will allow you to do this. This may be your best option if you have an older version of Windows.
But, there is a native method in Windows 10 (and likely other Windows platforms, such as their mobile ones) for accomplishing this: use the People app. As ...
You will find detailed instructions to your answer within the Back up & sync files with Google Drive and the Drive File Stream help pages, depending on the kind of account you have.
Having already gone through the first step (Choose a sync solution), you can Turn on sync for your organization.
As a quick reference for the differences between the two ...
I'm pretty sure you can't. Google's not generating a "feed" for those calendars; it's just ingesting and displaying them.
You'll need to add those same calendars to your Windows 10 calendar separately (assuming the Win10 calendar has that capability).
No, you cannot do it.
Yes, very annoying.
No idea why MS hasn't offered this feature.