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Some Google Calendar users not seeing their data, Google is working on a fix

Today some Google Calendar users have been suffering from missing data in their calendars. They have been able to access Google Calendar just fine, but found that some or all of their calendar data, such as appointments and tasks, was simply missing. The Next Web has seen many such reports during the day, even if the number of people affected is still small compared to the total number of Google...

Google Calendar gets optional attendees

Google Calendar has received support for 'optional attendees' today. This lets you communicate the importance of an event for each individual attendee and was born out of the observation that meetings aren't equally important to all the people invited to attend them. For some, a certain meeting may be crucial, while others could have been added just as a courtesy. The new feature lets you mark...

Google Calendar gets Chrome desktop notifications, tempts Outlook users to switch

Google Chrome. Google Calendar. They're two great tastes that now taste even better together, with the addition of Google Calendar desktop notifications for Chrome. Notifications are still in Labs, but you can turn them on right now to get Outlook-like alerts for your calendar events. Just make sure desktop notifications are on in your Chrome settings, and then enable the "Gentle Reminders" item...

GoogleCL: Your command line might get more love now

With all of the projects that Google's been working on lately, it's easy to forget that not everything has to have a glossy UI to function well. Sometimes a service can function more efficiently with the entire visual element stripped from it, and that's exactly what Google's allowed the geeks among us to do. Users can now interact with several of the most popular Google services via command...

Gmail gets a new way to attach Google Calendar invitations

Gmail and Google Calendar now work even better together, with a new Gmail interface for attaching event invitations. When you compose a new message, you'll see an "attach invitation" link under the subject field, right next to the familiar "attach file" button. You can fill in an event title, location, and time, and everyone in the To/Cc/Bcc fields will be added to the event. If your friends...

Can't make a meeting? Google Calendar now has a Smart Rescheduler

If you're someone who has to take a lot of meetings, you've undoubtedly run into scheduling issues at some point and had to reschedule one . Google Calendar just added a new feature that you can enable in Labs to make the process a lot easier (if your company uses Google Calendar). Smart Rescheduler looks at other Google Calendars that have been shared with you and creates a ranked list of the...

Thin Calendar: desktop calendar with Google appointments

You may have caught my post about Dateline, a cool, minimal calendar that sits right on your desktop. Dateline's great, but it's Mac-only. Windows users don't have to feel left out anymore, though. Thin Calendar is a Dateline-inspired Windows app that does much the same thing, but gives you access to your Google Calendar appointments instead of the Mac-only iCal. Thin Calendar has a...

Googleholic for August 1, 2008

Welcome to Googleholic, your weekly fix of everything Google. In this, yes, we're alive edition: Google tests automatic Blogger support for Google Reader Gmail adds "never send it to Spam" filter CalDAV support comes to Google Calendar Multilingual Google Google Maps transit directions come to more phones ...

fbCal - Freeing Facebook Finally!

Ever notice that there's a missing feature on Facebook? Ok, it's not the ability to be able to add 5.001 friends. Get over it, nobody can have that many friends. The real feature that's missing is an event calendar! Sure, we know whose birthday it is every day when we log in, and sure we know when the next event is because we get 83 emails reminding us, but where's the event calendar??? Well,...

Googleholic for March 28, 2008

Welcome to Googleholic - your bi-weekly fix of everything Google. This week: Google revamps privacy policy Street View gets more cities Get rid of Google Calendar spam ...

Watch your stocks in Google Calendar

For some bizarre reason, the Official Gmail Blog has announced a new feature for Google Calendar that is powered by Google Finance. Nevertheless, it's a pretty cool new trick: now, you can search for your favorite stock symbol in Google Calendar to add a repeating all-day event of that stock's closing price each day. If you've been looking for an easy, casual way to keep track of a few stocks...

Google unveils Calendar gallery

Keeping track of calendars and appointments might say 'boring' to many users, but Google is aiming to change that stigma with their new Calendar gallery. With nary a 'Management Strategies' event in sight, this collection of subscribe-able calendars (which anyone can add to) is all about fun, travel, sports and the rest of life. Featured calendars include a Netflix DVD release schedule, Orbitz...

Google Calendar ToDo list Greasemonkey script

Why Google hasn't built something as fundamental as a todo manager into Google Calendar is beyond us, but now you have one more option for tasks on in gCal. While we've previously seen hidden code lead to speculation that todos were (finally) coming, as well as Remember the Milk integration, a new Greasemonkey script brings its own todo list to Google Calendar with an interesting twist. As you...

Setting up a virtual office with web tools

During the six months I've been writing for Weblogs Inc, I've only met with coworkers twice. But that doesn't mean we don't communicate. Bloggers make liberal use of email, chats, and other tools to keep in touch with one another. But the truth is, there's a whole world of tools out there that are making it easier than ever for teams to collaborate on projects, be they websites, software design,...

GMobileSync: Sync Google Calendar with a Windows Mobile device

GMobileSync is a new program that allows you to sync your Windows Mobile PDA or Smartphone with Google Calendar. The free program is still in development, and right now, when I say "sync," I mean, download your Google Calendar to your device. 2-way syncing is expected in an update scheduled for release next week. GMobileSync's not the only fish in the sea here. GooSync is another free program that...