Google Calendar is a useful app, and it comes with many features that you might not be aware of. Here’s how to get the most out of Google Calendar.
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Are you using Google Calendar and want to integrate it to your Linux system? Here is how you can add Google Calendar integration to Ubuntu.
Google Calendar has launched a feature called Goals or Objectives. Here’s how to take full advantage of this productivity-boosting feature.
If you use Google Calendar regularly and want to sync your events with the Windows 10 Calendar app, here’s how to do that.
If you hate that your G+ contacts birthdays are showing up in Google Calendar, here is a workaround to remove G+ Birthdays from Google Calendar.
It is easy to add the World Cup 2014 schedule to Google Calendar so you can keep track of your favorite matches. Here’s how you can do so.
We have shown you several ways to make good use of the Chrome’s omnibox. Here is a new one for you: add new events to Google Calendar from the Chrome omnibox.
Google provides one of the best calendar service and it is available for almost every device. Here is how you can sync google calendar with iPad.
Google Calendar is a great tool for you to add schedule and get organized. If you are following another calendar in addition to the default Greogian Calendar, such as the Hijri or Chinese calendar, Google does allow you to display them alongside the default calendar.
One of the biggest complaints about Google Calendar is that you can’t add events to Google Calendar without visiting the site. With Spot – Calendar’s Best Friend, you will be able to add events to Google Calendar, whenever you come across one anywhere in the Web.
In Google Calendar, you can easily switch the view between Day, Week, Month, 4 Days and Agenda with these shortcut keys. Check them out.
Do you use all or most of Google’s services on a regular basis? If so, I’m sure you’ll find a backup service like CloudPull extremely helpful. CloudPull is a Mac app that can back up your Google account to your Mac, which conveniently makes your information available for offline use and access.
In Part 1 of this series, we showed you how to use your command line to access Facebook and Twitter. Google offers many different services, several of which are available from your terminal. Today you’ll learn how to manage your Google services from the command line.
There are plenty of ways that you can integrate Google Calendar in Ubuntu, but this is the easiest that I have come across so far. Here is how you can add events to google Calendar from the system tray.
Google Calendar is one of my favorite web applications. We can manage appointments, events, etc. but many of us may find it unsuitable for our needs. If you are one of the users who uses the Google Calendar, but are now looking for similar yet useful alternatives, it would be wise to check out the […]
There are a lot of reoccurring events on most people’s calendar. What is the best way to have these on your calendar? Should they be a full day appointment? Are they better off listed as a task? Instead, let Romulist take care of these events. Think of all the clutter you will eliminate by inputting […]
If you are an active Google calendar user, I am sure you have the habit of adding important events to it. However, if you are on Facebook or Twitter and you responded to an event invite, there can be times where you forgot to include that event into your Google Calendar and cause you to […]
The latest version of Ubuntu has removed Evolution and replaced it with Thunderbird. For those who are first time using Thunderbird, you will discover that, unlike Evolution, Thunderbird doesn’t come with a Calendar/Task feature. You are not able to add any events/tasks, not to mention the integration of Google Calendar. However, the good thing about […]