Strange Google Calendar Glitch with Multiple Calendars



I use Google Calendar for most everything I do. Since I have a number of different jobs I have a tendency to break things down into individual calendars. So I have my personal calendar events, my computer work, my piano schedule, Church. Each of these are in separate calendars within my Google Calendar account. So, usually when I go to add an item I get a drop down box in the dialog box that let’s me choose which calendar to put the task in.

Today that vanished.


I don’t know why and I don’t know where. I worked with my calendar as normal today letting every new appointment go into my personal calendar which became quite annoying.

So, I started poking around the settings to see if something had changed. Nothing seemed different. I navigated to the list of calendars. I didn’t want to share any of them. I clicked on the Church calendar to see the dialog to change settings related to that and didn’t make a change. I clicked to create an appointment again and the drop down list was back!!! – Only two calendars to choose from – Church and personal…. hmmm

So I went back to the calendar settings page and clicked to “look” at the settings for each calendar and now I’ve got all the choices back.

That was strange….

Related Posts

Blog Traffic Exchange Related Posts
  • Linux Livecd Download This should probably go in the Windows tech support category too... but, as I've talked about before I've spent a good amount of time using different linux livecd's. I've even made a few livecd's of my own with Mandrake (now mandriva) linux, using the mklivecd scripts. One of the nice......
  • Remote tech support with anything - would I do it? I've tried to ask myself if I'd trust someone enough to let them run a remote session on my own desktop to solve a problem. I think the answer is "it depends". If you think about it, I do tech support for home users quite a bit and they let......
  • The security of remote tech support (ultravnc sc or x11vnc with wrapper script) Well, I've got a nice way of doing "easy" one click (or one cut and paste) light desktop support for windows or linux, one uses ultravnc sc, the other uses x11vnc with a special wrapper script. So, what security flaws are there in this process? Well, for starters, I see......
Blog Traffic Exchange Related Websites
PDF24    Send article as PDF   

Similar Posts


See what happened this day in history from either BBC Wikipedia
Search:
Keywords:
Amazon Logo

Comments are closed.


Switch to our mobile site