I have a need for dependent calendaring – maybe this is the domain of project management software, but such seems more elaborate than what I need. But any ideas or solutions would be appreciated. I’ll go into a little more detail inside to explain what I'm looking for. [more inside]
I'd like to have civil dawn
and civil dusk
appear in my Google Calendar. Can someone assist? [more inside]
I would like a thing (greasemonkey script, add-on, bookmarklet, etc) which will let me easily add events to my Google calendar from within Firefox. [more inside]
My girlfriend and I need a shared calendar for events we're going to together, days one of us will be out of town or in a conference, etc. Special snowflake details inside. [more inside]
my google calendar/blackberry sync has gone crazy! details inside [more inside]
Why is gmail sending me calendar invites to strangers' pet grooming appointments? [more inside]
Help me remind forgetful students (i.e. parents) of weekly lesson. Google Calendar and Gmail in place. Now, how to get reminders sent to them automatically? [more inside]
Is there a way to get Firefox to use Google Calendar as its default handler for webcal links?
My wife is about to switch from Blackberry to Motorola Droid. Couple questions after the jump. Thanks! [more inside]
Is there any way to vertically stretch out google calendar, so it displays the range of time that coincides with my workday
? I can do this in iCal, but would like gcal to do this too, if at all possible.
Why does my web page work with a www prefix and not so much without? [more inside]
Can I two-way sync GCal with my iPhone? I'm using a PC and don't have iCal or Outlook. Free methods would be best but I'd be willing to pay for something good.
Where can I find a web-based/cross-platform calendar that would allow a group of people to add events, but not modify other people's?
I am enjoying using Google Calendar, but I still love my DayRunner. I would really like to be able to print out monthly and/or weekly calendars with the gcal information, but in a 8.5"x5.5" DayRunner format, complete with word wrapping so I can read each event.
Here's what I've tried so far: [more inside]