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Like the Clintons’ did
Like the Clintons’ did

Like the Clintons’ did

The .ics calendar format is quite common these days. Maybe you also used it to schedule your important calendar entries, when they are recurring or in any way important for other people.

But what to do when you just recently imported some .ics data and notice that there was a fault in it?

I searched for some solutions for this problem and f.e. in the MS Outlook software there is no handy solution to solve this, according to the Microsoft community forum.

In my case I imported an .ics file with all the indispensable dates of my local waste refuse collection service into my default Google calendar but noticed quite afterward that this was a big fault. Every date was marked as “busy”. And I’m not busy the whole day just because of the garbage collection.

So what to do? By default, you have to open every event and change the availability to “available”. Unfortunately, these dates were imported for the entire year and appeared three times a week for all the different types of waste you can’t even imagine. As a result, I was furious on my own decision to import this calendar thoughtlessly into my default calendar.

But fortunately I found this little program which I want to tell you about. Maybe someone has the same issues. In case you use the Google calendar service, I recommend the Bulk Edit Calendar Events which is available for MS Windows and macOS.

All you have to do is to connect your Google Account and run the service to change all your desired events, and you don’t have to mess up with the annoying process of changing every event for its own.

Try it out, it works.

This is a solution for:

You

Featured image comes from pexels.

The .ics calendar format is quite common these days. Maybe you also used it to schedule your important calendar entries, when they are recurring or in any way important for other people.

But what to do when you just recently imported some .ics data and notice that there was a fault in it?

I searched for some solutions for this problem and f.e. in the MS Outlook software there is no handy solution to solve this, according to the Microsoft community forum.

In my case I imported an .ics file with all the indispensable dates of my local waste refuse collection service into my default Google calendar but noticed quite afterward that this was a big fault. Every date was marked as “busy”. And I’m not busy the whole day just because of the garbage collection.

So what to do? By default, you have to open every event and change the availability to “available”. Unfortunately, these dates were imported for the entire year and appeared three times a week for all the different types of waste you can’t even imagine. As a result, I was furious on my own decision to import this calendar thoughtlessly into my default calendar.

But fortunately I found this little program which I want to tell you about. Maybe someone has the same issues. In case you use the Google calendar service, I recommend the Bulk Edit Calendar Events which is available for MS Windows and macOS.

All you have to do is to connect your Google Account and run the service to change all your desired events, and you don’t have to mess up with the annoying process of changing every event for its own.

Try it out, it works.

This is a solution for:

You

Featured image comes from pexels.

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