Or in other words: How to show more dates in Google's calender widget?
The next date I added to my Google calender is an appointment I have in eight days from now. The Google calender widget does not show this appointment. Right now there are no other dates added to this calendar.
So the problem is not, that there are to many dates. The problem is that the widget does not look into the future far enough. I want to see my next date, even if it is still a month to go.
How can I make the widget display dates that are scheduled farther in the future than it does now?
Is it possible to display all future dates?
Of course the display of regularly repeated dates must be limited, but I would like to see at least the next scheduled of each one.
What is the reason, that this is not already the case?
This seems really odd to me, because it does not look very complicated to find all the appointments in a database or sync them. To me it seems to be more work to limit those features this way.
P.S.: I just saw that the "date-list-view" of Google's calendar app (not the widget this time) does show dates, weeks ahead. I don't see any limitation. I would like the widget to behave the same way.