Google may only update their feeds every 8 hours, but our feed is designed to notify all calendar software anytime you make a change to your planner. Google Calendar does not (currently) have a way to manual refresh your feeds, however you can remove your current feed and then add it back with a slight modification. So if your feed looks something like this: 

You can add "?v=1" to the end of your feed and Google will think it is a new feed and will not use it's cached version. 

Will become

And if you do this more than once you can increment the number. So "?v=1" would be come "?v=2"

Other Syncing issues with Google Calendar:

  • Are you having trouble syncing your calendar to your devices? This article will show you how to update your settings to see your Google calendar not only on your desktop, but across your devices.
  • To sync your Google Calendar Events to your Apple Calendar, you will also have to update your settings. Follow this link to learn how!



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