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I figured it out. Open Google Calendar on your computer in a browser. In the top right, click the gear button, then click Settings in the drop down menu At the top of the Settings page, click the Calendars tab. Next to your calendar's name, click Edit notifications. Once on this page you can remove or edit any default notifications. Correct if i'm wrong ...


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After after trying everything. What worked me was this: Delete my account from Internet Accounts Add my account but do not check calendar From iCalendar add a CalDAV with google.com as server Done!


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I had the same problem. I remembered that I was having battery problems, so I switched "Fetch" to manual mode. Even though iCloud is setup as PUSH, the calendar seems to be overridden by the "Manual setting for Fetch. Settings - Mail, Contacts, Calendars - Fetch New Data - Change Fetch from Manual to one of the durations. Once I did this, and made a ...


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This is correct, in IOS 8.x you may switch on to display week numbers, but you cannot set the ISO (European) counting rule: the first week of the year is the first week, which contains Thursday, whereas US calendars have always 53 weeks, except if the week starts with Sunday. Therefore there may come to a difference of 1 week, which is the case for the year ...


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You have theEnd Date = Never. The Starts and Ends are the appointment times, not the dates. If you want it to be from 7pm to 8pm then 10-May-2016 8:00pm would be the Ends. When you want to stop the repeating event, put that date in the End Date row. So you would have End Date as 25-July-2016 8:00pm.


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I am researching this problem with how iPhones handle calendar invites defaulting to iCal instead of using my Google Calendar and found this easy fix.


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In your Calendars app, press the "Calendars" button on the bottom, and press the (i) that shows up next to each calendar in the list of calendars. Scroll to the bottom of the settings there, and there should be a toggle for Event Alerts. Turn this on for each individual calendar.


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On BusyMac there is an article about that. The Availability Panel is supported by e.g.: Exchange and Office 365 Fruux OS X Calendar Server Kerio Zimbra and not supported by e.g. iCloud, Google Calendar, Yahoo, Communigate, Beehive.


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As a compromise, you can disable the notification for that person's birthday. In calendar, double click on the birthday even and then change the alert to none. You will then be prompted if you want to change this event or all future events. Select all future events and you will no longer receive notifications for that birthday. It will however remain in your ...



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