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I have two calendars in my google account. One is for personal events and the other is for workplace events. Whenever I add an event, it adds it to my personal calendar by default. On the screen where I edit event details, I do not see a place where I can specify that the event be added to the workplace calendar. Is there a place where I can make this choice?

Also, is there a way to move an event from one calendar in your account to another without first copying it and then deleting the event from the old calendar.


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closed as off topic by Sathya, BloodPhilia, Gnoupi Aug 31 '10 at 4:57

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All of my calendar entry methods (click on the day, or click the "New Event" button) have a "Calendar: " and then a drop-down menu listing all of the calendars. Where are you entering the information?

Also, when editing an existing event, again, there is a drop-down menu with list of calendars. Are both of your calendars default Google calendars, or is one hosted elsewhere and Google subscribes to it?

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Same for me as well. – KronoS Aug 30 '10 at 22:59
Somehow I completely missed it. Why is this question closed by the way? There is a category for Google Calendar and it is a question related to its usage, and hence related to software usage! – user37473 Sep 2 '10 at 12:28

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