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Calendar User Guide

If you use the Google Chrome browser more than any other desktop app, it would make sense to access Google Calendar there rather than any other desktop app. Accessing your Google Calendar from Chrome is as simple as installing the Google Calendar Chrome extension. Google today announced it has updated its Calendar app with long-awaited iPad support. The app is essentially the same as the iPhone version, but it is now optimized for the tablet's larger screen.

If you publish or share calendars, you may want to refresh them so that others can see your latest changes. Or, if you subscribe to calendars, you may want to check for updates periodically to be sure you have the latest information.

A published, shared, or subscribed calendar has a Share Calendar button next to its name.

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Refresh calendars

  • In the Calendar app on your Mac, choose View > Refresh Calendars.

Refresh a subscribed calendar

Subscribed calendars can be refreshed automatically.

  1. In the Calendar app on your Mac, Control-click the calendar’s name, then choose Get Info.

  2. Click the Auto-refresh pop-up menu, then choose an option.

Refresh shared calendars in an account

  1. In the Calendar app on your Mac, choose Calendar > Preferences, then click Accounts.

  2. Select the account, click the Refresh Calendars pop-up menu, then choose an option.

    If you choose Push, the account is updated automatically when you make a change on any of your devices that use the same account, or when someone makes a change to a shared calendar in that account.

Refresh a calendar you publish

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  1. In the Calendar app on your Mac, Control-click a calendar below On My Mac in the calendar list.

    If you don’t see the calendar list on the left, choose View > Show Calendar List. If your calendar list doesn’t have an On My Mac section, your calendars are in an account, such as iCloud.

  2. Choose Get Info, then select “Publish changes automatically.”

If you see a warning symbol next to a calendar you published, shared, or subscribed to, Calendar is unable to connect to the calendar account. Check your internet connection and try refreshing or updating the calendar again.

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Also, make sure the calendar hasn’t been deleted or moved. To see the calendar’s web address, Control-click the calendar’s name, then choose Get Info.

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