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calendar google sub-calendar – Google Search

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/09/17

For a web-dashboard showing both agenda and month-calendar, I wanted to show the daily activities only on the agenda, and all other events on both the agenda and mont-calendar.

For that I needed a sub-Google-calendar for the daily activities next to the main Google-calendar, so I searched for [WayBack] calendar google sub-calendar – Google Search

Google sub calendars
Once the calendar is created, you’ll see it on your browser and in the app.
  • On your computer, open Google Calendar.
  • On the left side, above “My calendars,” click Add other calendars New calendar.
  • Add a name and description for your calendar.
  • Click Create calendar.
Create a new calendar – Calendar Help – Google Support

 

This wasn’t fully accurate:

  • the add option intuitively is a plus sign (+):

  • In addition it is not above “my calendars”, but next to “other calendars”:

Alternative

An alternative way is to

  1. start in the calendar go to settings google.com/calendar/r/settings by clicking the gear icon on the top right row of icons:

  2. under “Settings”, unfold “Add calendar”, then choose “Create new calendar”

These were also wrong

–jeroen

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