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Google Calendar: Quick Add to specific calendar? – Calendar Help – @google

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/12/27

It would be so cool if Google re-added this feature:

  1. Deselect all calendars but one
  2. Quick Add an event
  3. The event gets added to this one selected calendar

Now all events always get added to your default calendar. I remember this worked somewhere in 2010. But now it fails when adding about 200 events by hand on a secondary calendar :(

See this discussion thread:

tiburon200; 3/21/09

When using quick add, is it possible to place the new event on a specific calendar (ie, home, work) or is that only an option through the regular “Create Event” method?

Thanks for any insight… seems like it should be pretty easy, but I can’t find the right syntax.

rmorales2005; 8/17/11

This used to be possible by just hiding all other calendars, but this got broken some time ago…

–jeroen

via Quick Add to specific calendar? – Calendar Help.

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