CalendarExtension - add events while browsing - Chrome Web Store
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Overview

Adding events to your Apple/Google calendar easily from any website.

Add events to your calendar app while browsing. Just select the text being used as the event title, open the extension and almost done. To add the calendar to your calendar-app, use its calendar subscription feature and add the URL displayed in the extension popup. You can synchronise it between multiple browsers by using the same user-id in the settings. -- new with v1.2: You can now hide past events simply by clicking on the toggle in the overview screen.

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Details

  • Version
    1.2.0
  • Updated
    October 17, 2023
  • Offered by
    Julian Jumper
  • Size
    7.64MiB
  • Languages
    English (UK)
  • Developer
    Email
    juli.springer007@gmail.com
  • Non-trader
    This developer has not identified itself as a trader. For consumers in the European Union, please note that consumer rights do not apply to contracts between you and this developer.

Privacy

The developer has disclosed that it will not collect or use your data.

This developer declares that your data is

  • Not being sold to third parties, outside of the approved use cases
  • Not being used or transferred for purposes that are unrelated to the item's core functionality
  • Not being used or transferred to determine creditworthiness or for lending purposes

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