I absolutely agree with you, StephanD.
The integration is a must, the ways could be different.
MLO is my unique planning tool and it is NOT possible to plan activities
without fully taking into account my appointments on the Google calendar
and those shared with my wife or with my friends/collegues. At now I
manually duplicate the appointments on MLO. Sigh...
SIMPLE PROPOSAL (less quality, less complexity for developers):
-import as read-only the calendar items and show them as special tasks (in
special folders or something similar...), with the same properties of the
Google calendar (date, time, recurrence pattern, name of the calendar...).
The MLO filters could give you a full control on them.
This is actually a quite complex work for developers: let us think at the
reccurrency patterns set on Google: you would expect that they are fully
recognized. And MLO should become able to share data with the Google site,
and stay aligned to it when they change some functions on it.
COMPLEX PROPOSAL: not only read-only but also modify.
REMARK: the online connection is a must for both the proposals. And what
about the offline working? Without the online connection I could accept to
see no appointments of the calendar and no editing if any already picked
Il giorno lunedì 19 settembre 2016 11:03:13 UTC+2, StephanD ha scritto:
> Outlook crashes for me so I stopped using it a long time ago. I tried to
> use it again this past week only so I could have MLO work with my google
> calendar but, it still crashes - event though it's the latest version. I
> have a lot of stored emails and outlook wants to download all of them .
> I'm not able to just use the calendar feature in outlook without being
> forced to use the rest of the program.
> I SHOULD NOT HAVE TO TO ALL OF THIS JUST TO BE ABLE TO TO MLO WITH MY
> GOOGLE CALENDER. Excuse my rudeness in using all capitals but, seriously,
> this is something that users have been asking for quite many years now and
> MLO has yet to accommodate our wishes. I don't get it. Telling us to use
> Outlook to use Google is ridiculous. I'm sure there must be a logical
> reason why this integration still hasn't happened so, would someone please
> share that with me? Aside from this very important issue, I love the
> If you can't integrate it with Google calendar, then at leat create a view
> that allows us to see out agendas in a calendar format.
> On Friday, March 20, 2015 at 5:08:16 AM UTC-7, Davide De Bella wrote:
>> Stéphane many thanks for your reply. I've tried but there are too many
>> passage and 3d part software. Many thanks
>> Il giorno martedì 13 gennaio 2015 00:03:49 UTC+1, Stéph ha scritto:
>>> Sorry Davide - MLO has integration with Outlook, but not Google
>>> Calendar. I think someone posted a work-around where they sync'd Google
>>> Calendar with Outlook and then sync'd MLO with that copy of Outlook.
>>> One good point, you shouldn't lose the items you already have in MLO -
>>> Though make a backup of your outline, just in case...
>>> On Thursday, 8 January 2015 22:32:36 UTC, Davide De Bella wrote:
>>>> Hi All
>>>> do you know how it's possible using MLO in to GMail and related Google
>>>> apps in chrome?
>>>> I'm moving from Outllook to GMail and it seems that my existing
>>>> hundreds of rows created with Outlook+MLO will be lost because I cannot
>>>> manage these information in to Google Word.
>>>> Is there somebody who can help me?
>>>> Thanks a lot
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