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Possibility of Google Calendar events storage 2 Years, 1 Month ago  
Hi all,

I have a Rainlendar2 Pro license, I bought it because I use Google Calendar and I found very useful to have Rainlendar syncronized with GCal.

Everything works fine, in both ways, the events created in Rainlendar are passed to GCal and I see them on my smartphone too.

My question now came out once I found myself to use my laptop in an environment without internet connection: no events from GCal (actually all...) were displayed.

So, is there a possibility to store the GCal events once Rainlendar is refreshed, in order of having those events in Rainlendar even if I boot my laptop without internet connection?

Thank you very much!

Kindest Regards,
Marco
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#18295
Re: Possibility of Google Calendar events storage 2 Years, 1 Month ago  
Welcome to the forum, Marco.

You can keep an offline copy.
Right click on a window -> Calendars -> select your Google Calendar on the list -> in the options frame below, check the option "Keep offline copy".
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#18296
Re:Possibility of Google Calendar events storage 2 Years, 1 Month ago  
Thank you very much!

Found and solved!

Kindest regards,
Marco
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