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I'm trying to delete Contacts and Focuster. It is a Gmail account, and it doesn't appear on my google calendar.

For some reason, it's not letting delete from my iCal.

  • You might have to log into google calendar and remove that calendar from being exposed. I don't think Google give permissions to execute delete action from third-party clients. – Hoshts Apr 25 '17 at 7:54
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Calendars that are part of your Google account cannot in general be deleted from within Calendar.app. To delete the calendar, go to https://calendar.google.com/ (or in your case possibly https://www.focuster.com/ ) and manipulate your calendar subscriptons there.

Different pieces of software interact with Google calendars using a variety of protocols - Exchanage ActiveSync, CalDAV, http, and maybe others. Some of these protocols do not support all the calendars visible in your Google account, or need to be configured to show calendars beyond those listed as "My Calendars" in the Google web interface.

Information about using Apple's Calendar.app in macOS or iOS with Google Calendars is here: https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/99358

Using the controls at https://www.google.com/calendar/syncselect you can select the calendars that are visible to Calendar.app - this would allow you to turn off the syncing of calendars you do not want to see (like the "Focuster" one mentioned) without needing to delete them entirely from your Google Calendar account.

It is possible that a system like Focuster will recreate their calender if deleted or turn it back on for syncing if it is turned off, so you may have to manipulate it through their system rather than just using the Google controls.

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Because Focuster automatically schedules your to-do list in your calendar it assumes that the calendar might have been deleted in error and will re-create it.

You'll want to login at https://focuster.com and contact the support team if you want to remove your account and delete the calendar.

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