I'm not very familiar with exporting iCalendars, so I was wondering if I needed to export the calendar every time I add a task with a due date on my Todoist?
I ask because I tested it; and the change on the Todoist did not show up in my Google Calendar; but once I re-exported it, it worked. I just didn't know if I needed to re-export everytime which I prefer not to do...or if I needed to wait for a lot longer for the change to show up in my Google Calendar?
Asked by Melissa Charounlertdajkul on Mar 14, 2012 - 05:58
the refresh rate of the iCal feed completely depends on the software you're using it with. Most calendar software has a high refresh rate (Outlook checks the feed each time you launch it, for example), unfortunately the Google Calendar updates the iCal feed once a day.
This is something that Google have set in their software and there's unfortunately nothing we can do about this.
You can indeed force an update by re-adding the feed to Google Calendar, but that's not very convenient. We hope they will change it in the future.
Melissa Charounlertdajkul on Mar 14, 2012 - 10:32
Ah, I see now. Thank you!
Vatroslav on Apr 19, 2012 - 06:47
I've just been trying to find the answer to the same question, so I'm grateful for the explanation.
I suggest you note this on a more visible place, for example, as a short note in iCalendar feed option in Todoist Preferences.