How to Create a Recurring Event in Google Calendar


 

 

 

 

 

If there is a task or events, which needs your attention repeatedly in the same time intervals, you can use repetition feature. To create a Recurring event in Google Calendar, do as follows:

1. Open Google Calendar

2. Start creating a New Task

3. Look for the "Repetition" field and tap it

4. Toggle the button ON to start defining a recurring event

5. Specify how often the event is repeated: Daily, Weekly, Month, or Yearly. For example: Every 2 weeks on Sundays, Every 3 days, Every month on the same day, or every year.

6. Now choose how long this event takes: Forever, Until a date, or for a number of events. (Recurring event is setup and ready)

7. Go back and complete other needed information to complete adding an event

If there is a task or events, which needs your attention repeatedly in the same time intervals, you can use repetition feature. To create a Recurring ...

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