Question about Google Computers & Internet
The option to choose "calendar" does not come up from my g mail screen on my desktop. I used to be able to add calendar items from my desktop or my phone. I can still see the calendar from my phone, so I know it exists. I just don't know how to find it or re-instate the "calendar" option for easy access.
Not sure about the gmail desktop, but on the website, at the top right of your screen, there's an icon that looks like 9 little gray boxes. if you click on that, you can go to your calendar. another thing to try is to go to settings (the sprocket/gear-looking thing), click on Labs, and then enable the google calendar gadget. this will give you a mini calendar that shows a few upcoming events and has an "add" link to ... umm ... add events...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Google Calendar Access
almost all email solutions / service comes with or is integrated with calendars, notes etc.
need to inquire at network solutions first if the calendar is a separate service or if it's integrated, was the data transfer successful.
then inquire at google regarding the same question.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
Go to Yahoo! Mail page. At the top of your screen click File, a menu
drops down, put your mouse cursor on Send, a menu pops up, click
Shortcut to Desktop.
Another way is go to Yahoo! Mail page, right click, a menu pops up, click Create Shortcut, a pop up asks "Do you want to put a shortcut to this website on your desktop", click Yes.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
SOURCE: Gmail redirect loop
had the problem on old computer...turned out to be date/time stamp. resetting date/time solved the problem. also had the issue pop up on new laptop w/ windows 7 ie. turned out to be in tools...internet options...trusted sites...sites. somehow i had added gmail.google.com to trusted sites and gmail was looping between http and https. removed the entry and problem disappeared.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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