Wait, what? #1

The green is the original event on a shared calendar, the orange is the instance on my calendar, unmodified. There is no reason for it to be displayed twice. This is a simplified example, imagine how cluttered it is when there’s a lot of events on the same day set up like this. I’m convinced the Google Calendar team doesn’t use their own product with more than a few calendars.

The green is the original event on a shared calendar, the orange is the instance on my calendar, unmodified. There is no reason for it to be displayed twice. This is a simplified example, imagine how cluttered it is when there’s a lot of events on the same day set up like this.

I’m convinced the Google Calendar team doesn’t use their own product with more than a few calendars.