Public calendars on Google Calendar

08 August 2009   0 comments   Misc. links

https://www.google.com/calendar/render?tab=mc

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Public calendars on Google Calendar I've been looking for something like this but thought I had to find an external VCAL file to import into my Google Calendar. Apparently Google Calendar has a whole bunch of useful public calendars. For example, UK Holidays.

Public calendars on Google Calendar To enable any of these click the little down arrow next to the word "Add" on the left hand side under the list of all calendars you have enabled.

The rest is easy and needs no explanation. I did however spot one "bug" or perhaps I just confused myself. When I went in the second time to take a screenshot of the list of public calendars available it had mistakenly unselected the ones I selected a few seconds ago. Perhaps a caching problem.

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