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I have a Google Account with two calendars:
Multiple Google Account calendars

In the Calendar app that comes with Windows, only the default one (Louis) syncs.

I've tried to check the settings on (I believe you can spoof your browser to an iOS device to see this page correctly) but the calendars don't appear where they normally would (for an iOS, or Windows Phone device for example).

How can I sync the second calendar?

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See… – user152763 Aug 16 '12 at 19:07
@Ihavethesameproblem thanks, can you make an answer? – Louis Aug 17 '12 at 0:36
up vote 8 down vote accepted

Someone posted a working solution on Microsoft Answers:

  1. Download User Agent Switcher from the Chrome Webstore
  2. Select an iOS device
  3. Go to
  4. Deactivate Javascript in Settings (Show advanced settings, Content settings)
  5. Click your Windows Mail device
  6. In the URL change supportMultipleCalendars=false to supportMultipleCalendars=true
  7. Save
  8. Readd your Google Account to your Windows Calendar app. It now works.
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I saw another working solution here.

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Please quote the bulk of the answer here, rather than just providing an external link. – wonea Feb 11 '13 at 9:23

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