Google Calendar update prevents unwanted invitation spam


Google needs to ensure you’re solely seeing the invites you need.

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Google Calendar spam is not a brand new drawback, however the newest update within the calendar app might assist cease it. In a Monday weblog submit, Google mentioned it improved its “Automatically add invitations” setting to assist maintain unwanted spam from being added to your calendar. 


Now you may select both to have invites robotically added, or to robotically add invites to your calendar provided that you have RSVP’d within the authentic e mail. 

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The function is regularly rolling out, so that you won’t see it straight away. The new function will likely be turned off by default, in accordance with Google, however this is the way you flip it on:

1. Open Google Calendar
2. Open Settings
3. Open Event Settings
4. Choose Add invites to my calendar 


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Google did not instantly reply to a request for remark.

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