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If you're having trouble deleting recurring events from Google Calendar, you may have a few options.


You can choose an option from the menu that appears next to the event you want to restore. You can then choose whether you want to restore individual events or an entire calendar. You may also notice recurring events and notifications from Clockwise. To delete such recurring events, open a support ticket in your HostPapa dashboard. Then follow the steps in the tutorial below. If you still have any problems, don’t hesitate to contact us and get your questions answered. Our support team is here to help you.

Experiencing Problems

You may be experiencing problems with Google calendar synchronization. This happens when your Google calendar fails to sync the data in your Google calendar.


If the cache files are corrupted, your events will not synchronize. Hence, you should make a backup copy of your Google calendar before using SyncCal to save the events.

Recurring Events

To delete recurring events, first go to your calendar and click on “Events” in the list. Select the title of the event to open the context menu. Then, tap on the “Edit” button in the context menu.


You can either choose to delete the event, or you can edit the details and save them. You can also delete events in the past or in the future. However, you can only delete them if you’ve subscribed to them.


Another way to delete recurring events is to export your Google Calendar to another calendar system. Fortunately, many other calendar systems have more powerful features for bulk deletion.

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To export your calendar, click the gear icon in the top-right corner and choose “Settings”. On the left-hand side menu, click “Import & export.” Once you’ve selected the.ics file for your calendar system of choice, delete the desired events.

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Avoid Conflicts


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