Take a look at "Notifications" part of Google Calendar Help page. It has full details about notification setting in all devices like Android, iOS and Computer.
Open the Google Calendar app.
In the top left, go to the main menu (touch on 3 horizontal lines).
Choose "Settings" at the bottom.
To change or turn off the sound, touch "Tone", and ...
Here are some options you can try:
Remove your Google account and adding it back. Source
Clear app data via Settings > Application manager > Calendar Storage > Clear data. Source.
UPDATE 2013-05-15: This worked for l0b0
I had read about this in Google forums I think but can't locate. However here is an article that explains the difference. More details in the article
Google explains that the difference between Events and Reminders is that the former is deleted irrespective of whether the event was attended or not. Reminders on the other hand shows up in Calendar until the ...
I am replying (I see no one else has) because I have always used the calendar/notifications functionality in the EXACT same way you have, and was also distressed of this change in functionality. I think we are in the minority, though, because your post is the first acknowledgement I have even seen anywhere about this issue.
The only solution I have is to ...
I encountered this problem too when trying to get my Facebook events and shared Calendar events (which were appearing on desktop) to appear on the mobile app. I solved it via the Calendar app's settings:
Go to Calendar->Settings
Find the email address the shared calendar is associated with
Select the shared calendar (if it isn't appearing click 'Show ...
Setting up distinct alarms for separate calendars within the Google Calendar app--or for separate events on any of those calendars--is not a feature provided in the Google Calendar app. If you wish to have that function and to continue using the Google Calendar app, you'll need a third-party add-in such as Calendar Event Reminder. (CER) That one costs a ...
UPDATE: 4 years later, I think Mike's comment is right, and I call on Google/Android to support a way to make a calendar reminder really persistent. I actually used the Calendar Snooze app for a while until it stopped being reliable. So I'm taking this comment back:
I initially had the same reaction you did about the change in Calendar behavior. But I ...
It's a bit of inconvenience of how Google Calendar uses time zones.
Here is a brief explanation of how it uses time zones:
How Calendar uses time zones
When you create an event, you'll see it in your local time zone. It
will also show up in the local time zones for anyone you invite, even
if they're in a different time zone.
1. Disable ...
I think the Google Calendar app for Android doesn't support that functionality.
From a computer:
I open a Google Calendar, for instance this one
I click on the button.
That calendar gets added to my Google Calendar.
From an Android phone:
I open a Google Calendar, for instance this one
I click on the button.
The Google Calendar app opens and displays ...
I found a workaround : delay the event in the future for x hours then add a notification x hours before the event. For example, delay the event to tomorrow and add a notification 24 hours before the event. The notification will stay in the notification bar until the event is ended. You can do the same with several days or one week if you want the ...
There are multiple possible solutions to the problem behind your sync issue:
Make sure Auto-sync is enabled
Press your device's < Home > button, then press < Menu >.
Select Accounts & sync.
Make sure the checkbox for Auto-sync is checked.
Turn sync off and on
Press your device's < Home > button, then press < Menu &...
These are independent of the location. I live in India and see exactly the same images as you posted for those months in question. Very few parts of the country experience snow and definitely not where I live. Wiki on Calendar also didn't mention that these are location based and it appears universal. These images can't be disabled too
Only the holiday ...
This answer applies to 4.4 (Kit Kat) and "Calendar" version 201404xxx. Although I am guessing it will apply to most other versions.
When I click on the menu in the Calendar app I have two options that may be relevant
1: "Calendars to display". I can choose from all the calendars connected to my various accounts including shared calendars and birthdays ...
Try it with a other calernder client (app). For example Business Calendar (Kalender)
This has transparent widgets. You only have to connect this app with your Google account then will sync the widget it with your Google cal. app
I'm prompted to select what I want to use to open the link, so it looks like you've set a default action for that Intent.
You'll need to go to Settings > Apps > (downloaded or all) > Earth > Clear defaults. Next time you click a location in the calendar it should prompt you for what you want to use to open it.
Unfortunately, this resets all the ...
I appear to have at least discovered where this reminder has originated from: in the Google app (formerly "Google Now"), under "Reminders", there is a "Past" reminder for "Easter Sunday (Apr 05 2015)".
However, there is no "Upcoming" (current) reminder listed here for "Easter Sunday" - so nothing should be appearing in the calendar. The two (...
In Android 6 I can see that reminders have less possible configuration options. They both share Name, Location and start time, while they differ in:
Date and time of the end of the event
Contacts in the event
Zero or more alarms
Same Calendar Version as yours ( update released on 15/08/2016). Moto X Play 6.0.1
I created goals using goals option of app and am able to choose and delete. Screenshots below
First one shows goals for today and tomorrow
On pressing one of them it appears as in second one
Third one shows the Delete option on pressing the overflow (3 button) menu
Last one ...
I found another solution that works if you're just get shown to delete single event. It is essential to get the picture shown of how often you participate.
Go in Google Calendar on your desktop
Click on old goal dates and press “Did it”
Now go to the Google Calendar App
Press on the 3 dots on the start screen of the app and actualize your calendar
It seems like by using Google Calendar app, an edit can happen on specific event and multiple event editing is not supported.
Below are the steps mentioned in official page of Android cal. app
Open the Google Calendar app Google Calendar.
Open the event you want to add people to.
Tap Edit Edit.
Tap Invite people.
Type the name or email address of the ...
Go to "My Files" and then copy any mp3 or sounds that sounds longer to be your reminder. Then go to "device storage" look for "notifications" folder and paste it there.
Now go to your S Planner and go to "Settings" now you'll see your mp3 as the choice in the notifications tone options. Now you'll have a longer reminder tone 😊
Hope this will help
I am using Xiaomi's Redmi Note 7 and even after multiple attempts I could not implement @Clara's answer above since it is not allowed by MIUI.
I had to settle with having another app that rings an alarm according to my Google Calendar.
'Event Alarm Reminder for Google Calendar' by Lion Zöchling syncs with Google Calendar and rings an alarm that lasts for a ...
To answer my own question, because I found a working solution through trial and error.
First, you need to know that Goals are always added to your first calendar. You can add many calendars to your Google Calendar account, but when you add a goal, you cannot choose to which calendar the goal should be added. I tried adding a separate "Goals" calendar, but I ...
EDIT: before trying the solution below, first try disabling battery optimization for Calendar.
Note that the following is only my experience and opinion based on limited observations.
History of events
I've seen this happen after upgrading to a new 5.8.x release. The last (mostly) reliable version I'm aware of is 5.8.38-200532405-release. After I noticed ...
Answering my own question.
I'm now on Xiaomi MIUI Global 9.0 Stable 188.8.131.52 (NDDMIEI) with Android N 7.1.1 NMF26F.
I found a separate app called Calendar Storage. This app shows up under Settings / Apps / All It doesn't show up under Settings / System Apps or under Settings / Apps / Downloaded which is probably why I missed it earlier.
After doing "Clear ...
From Official Google Support - Calendar Help - Fix sync problems with the Google Calendar app,
Check that Calendar is synced
Open the Google Calendar app Calendar.
In the top left, tap Menu Menu.
Tap Settings Settings.
Tap the name of the calendar that isn't showing up. If you don't see the calendar listed, tap Show more.
At the top of the page, make sure ...
I have recently discovered you can "Mark as Done" a reminder in the Google app by swiping right on the reminder itself:
Note that this is only in the app, not on the notification.
HOWEVER, if you swipe a "recurring" reminder to "Mark as Done", it will mark all future reminders as done also! This is certainly a problem for me, as I have several recurring ...
Ended-up flashing the old firmware (links on xda) and redoing the OTA upgrade. Worked fine this time, which makes me think the first OTA file was munged. Doesn't AT&The have any error-checking built-in to their upgrade script?!