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Yep you can change the Mac's Calendar default duration for a new event using a terminal command.
Go to Applications>Utilities>Terminal and enter the following command in terminal:
defaults write com.apple.iCal 'Default duration in minutes for new event' 30
The default duration should then be 30 minutes. You can change ...
But do you guys have a smarter way?
Not to sound flippant, but I use Outlook App. I've used this exact feature extensively (today in fact) where I have to add floor or room numbers and the App doesn't complain. It still links the Maps data to the event.
The App handles mail and calendar. It gets very high reviews and some features I now can't do without ...
Logging in at https://www.icloud.com
Go to Calendar -> (Cog) -> Preference -> Advanced
Beside "Invitations" select "Email To (Use this option if your primary calendar is not iCloud)".
This may solve your problem if:
Someone with an iDevice is sending you the invite.
You have an iCloud account.
I simply removed the due dates from all my overdue reminders, and CalNCService’s CPU usage immediately went back to normal.
These repeating console logs had prompted me to try this:
Updating overdue reminder count
Scheduling next update for Tue Feb 18 09:00:00 2020, which is -3409.498367 seconds from now
Performing action for fired timer with label ...
Well, in case anyone is monitoring this, I found the answer on another site!! It has to do with using Mac (or iOS) Calendars, where you've subscribed or otherwise display a google calendar. On the Apple side, it will set up a default notification and there appears to be a bug or miscommunication between Apple and Google. So you have to turn off alerts on the ...
Have you tried this :
Open Facebook.com on your Mac
Go to Events > Calendar
On the right side, click on "Upcoming Events" :
A .ics file will be downloaded, and you just need to open it in the Calendar.app