By Michael Miskulin The Google calendar looked like a recent user’s congested situation. The mobile app can create events every day, based on user emails.
The mobile Google Calendar looks like a problem for users. Numerous users reported that in the past few days, a strange error allegedly occurred in the Google Calendar mobile app. What exactly does this error do?
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Google Calendar: The events are generated randomly by email.
The Google Calendar app seems to create pretty random all-day events. These events seem to be based on user Gmail messages. The website 9to5Google reported that problem first. The app stores various types of emails, such as delivery notifications, order receipts and newsletters, all day-time calendar events. There isn’t any clearly identifying date, but emails with specific dates seem to have caused this error. Bulletins should also trigger such random events.
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Google Calendar: A simple workaround.
If you don’t want to solve this problem with Google Calendar, you can use a simple solution. The easiest way to do that is to turn off Showing events from Google Calendar.