|Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||beechnut||6/2/09 11:29 AM|
When I do a Calendar search, many more events are found than are displayed. How can I view the entire list of found events?
When I search on 'Jessica', upper right corner says "22 event(s) found," yet only 6 events are displayed.
When I search on 'Johnny', upper right corner says "200 event(s) found," yet only 17 events are displayed.
How can I view the entire list of found events?
Thanks in advance.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||YodaG||6/9/09 5:32 AM|
Good question - I've found the same thing. One "work around" I've found is if you go back on your "mini calendar" and choose a date earlier than the first date, it shows you the extra dates. I hope someone responds with a full answer though.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||technotravel||7/6/09 1:02 AM|
I'm having the same issue and would be happy to see Google fix this!!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||peter.ireland||7/13/09 4:42 PM|
I am having the same issue. Would be great if it worked better.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||paramba||7/18/09 8:47 AM|
Yes, I have this problem too.I cannot believe Google has no answer for this simple issue. Come on, someone from Google, please reply to this.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tjmillar||7/27/09 11:35 PM|
I have a similar issue now though it used not to be a problem. Up until recently, all I had to do was click on the back arrow at the top left beside the "today" button, and all the events not previously displayed would pop up. Now, when I click on that arrow, the searched date range only jumps back a single week. If the event I was looking for was a year ago, clicking the arrow is essentially useless. The workaround the first reply mentions gets the job done, but it's irritating. There should be a way to display all the events found with a single click, or change the settings so that clicking the arrow searches back a year rather than a week. Any suggestions?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||vivianLinda||8/13/09 6:40 PM|
I also figured out the trick of using the mini calendar, but the process is long and dull.
When is Google going to help? The brains who made it work at first, are the same people who I am depending on to make it work again.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||asfsdfowe||9/16/09 5:09 PM|
Jumping to an earlier date (using mini calendar or Jump To labs widget) does not necessarily work. For example, I did a search that returned 36 results, and no matter how early I set the date, I can't get Gcal to show more than 19 of them.
It is absolutely asinine, but completely true to form, that Google doesn't acknowledge this bug or list it as a known issue.
A more surefire workaround is to sync Gcal to MS Outlook. When you need to find something in Gcal, search for it in Outlook. Sad but true.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||nvk||9/30/09 10:04 AM|
Agree. The search function is brain-damaged: it seems to search fine, but the display interface doesn't show all that's found. It's as if the designers intended to include "earlier" and "later" links, as in gmail, but either they got broken... or the programmers moved on before finishing. It needs to be fixed if google calendar is to be a serious alternative to workstation-based. The work-around, of importing to Outlook (Thunderbird?) and searching there, marks the problem. In this case, cloud-based computing doesn't cut it.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||nicoj||10/2/09 5:15 AM|
All you need to do is to use the arrow buttons next to the Today button to flick through them. Works flawlessly.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||YodaG||10/2/09 5:55 AM|
Flawlessly? Well, sure if you want to go back month by month until the first event you posted...
Sorry for the sarcasm, but I believe the "wish" here is that when you search for something in calendar, it should show you ALL events pertaining to the search IMMEDIATELY without having to "toggle" through dates - like Gmail search. Granted, you may have too many events that match that search to fit on a page, but when you search for something, it should not be "bounded" by dates unless you specify them. I have no clue why it does this by default, but it shouldn't and until they take the time to fix it, it seems the only decent work around is to set the date at the dawn of time and then do the search...ridiculous!!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||craigfroehle||10/7/09 10:22 AM|
It's clear this is either broken or badly in need of some Google GUI magic. Either way, I hope the G engineers can get on it...as I rely on Calendar more and more, this search issue is becoming a serious impediment to getting things done.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Divangou||10/9/09 7:22 AM|
I concur with above. Please Google folks. We love you, but fix this!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Larkster||10/14/09 9:43 AM|
Yes! Please fix this Google! Hitting the left navigation arrow should not scroll backwards in dates, but show older search results. At least the Jump To Date feature makes results easier to navigate, but it is not a final solution!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||yosri2005||11/5/09 4:13 AM|
I'm having the same problem as well and would like to see a fix. Thanks.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||joscarno||11/11/09 8:55 AM|
I see I'm not the only one. Google, you there??
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||queicen||11/13/09 9:01 AM|
It seems that Yahoo Calendar works well in this regard. You can see all your search results starting from the oldest then can easily page to the later ones. I just wish Google would hurry up and implement a better Calendar interface similar to Yahoo's. Come on Google, what's the holdup????
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||J1m||11/15/09 3:47 PM|
I keep track of my vacation days on Google Calendar and have confirmed that the Search function on a date range does not find all items. If the Search function does not work properly, how can I easily keep track of the number of days of vacation that I've taken this year? This need to be fixed!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||skube||11/16/09 1:16 PM|
I have the same issue. I thought I was going insane there for awhile. Glad to know it is not just me. I suppose Google will fix it when they are good and ready.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||4gsync||11/19/09 4:09 AM|
This bug is sooooooo lame!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||gdavie80||11/20/09 2:34 PM|
How come there is a scroll bar on the right hand side in agenda when the results don't fit on one page but not in calender search results? I have used all the workarounds mentioned but how about a scroll bar or forward/back button please google.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Antique||11/25/09 1:04 PM|
As far as I can see 'Googlers' have been asking for an answer to this problem for about 9 months now, why hasn't there been an intelligent response from a staff member??
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Yoni Yoni||11/27/09 2:24 PM|
It's quiet disappointing.
What's the purpose of this HELP FORUM if no one from Google team is present here to answer?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||mariedj||12/8/09 6:53 PM|
Google is a great company, don't get me wrong, but as far as I can tell, they have no interest at all in reading their own support forums or addressing any user concerns. I guess that's just not their development model. Which is really too bad.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||jchnp7||12/14/09 4:56 PM|
I just exported my Google Calendar to the new Yahoo Calendar, and the Yahoo one is better for two things I care about:
- Finding all events. You can only specify a five-year range, but it's a lot better than the Google "I can find them all but you can't look at them all" solution.
- Finding nonexact strings. I want "mail" to match all of the following: "mail", "mailed", "emailed", etc. Yahoo does it, Google doesn't.
I'll keep them both for a while and see which one I like better.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Jay13||12/18/09 6:27 AM|
Wow, I just stumbled on how to scroll the calendar search results list and after looking at others answer I see that others gave the answer, it just wasn't clear to me when I read it.
Instead of using the scroll bar on the right or having next/previous results links like you would expect you need to use the mini calendar on the left to move through the results list. Say you searched for a date range of the last 2 years, the results list will display the first however many items fit in the list, for instance maybe 10 items ranging from 1/1/2008 to 4/8/2008. To get the next page of results you should click on 4/8/2008 in the mini calendar to the left. What ever date you click on sets the date that the displayed search results list will start on.
Hope this makes it clearer... maybe Google could make this clearer with a more context sensitive tip at the bottom of the results list.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||YodaG||12/18/09 6:35 AM|
Jay13 - thanks for clarifying what, as you said, people had already stated, but not as clearly. The problem remains that the search results do not show a complete display. For instance, when I search for something since 1/1/08 for instance, it tells me I have "40 events found". However, it only displays 19 and won't give any option to see the next "set" of events found unless I scroll through my mini-calendar as you stated.
It seems what most everyone wants is when they search for something in Calendar, just like in Gmail, it should find all the results and let you see all of them by toggling to the next page of results. Granted, some searches would yield way too many results, but an "advanced search" option could include limiting the dates searched.
It seems Google really could make this much easier and more like what people want. Why they don't remains a mystery. C'MON GOOGLE - let's get to it already!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||yosri2005||12/19/09 8:25 AM|
I played around with the mini-calendar and I was able to view more of my search results by selecting a date way in the past. This is tedious though and not the common-sense way you want to search through results. I would really like to see "next" and "previous" buttons.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||ninety9||12/20/09 9:06 PM|
"Google is a great company ...but ... they have no interest at all in reading their own support forums or addressing any user concerns.
A great company indeed! Their response to this easy-to-fix but maddening problem and a host of other such bugs w. the calendar consists of 2 words and those 2 words are not "happy birthday".
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||c2hubbard||12/28/09 1:11 PM|
I really would like for someone from Google to explain why the GCal search function doesn't work exactly the same way as the GMail search function does - with BACK / NEXT buttons to see all the events found. Maybe we just need to be taught to search in a more logical, productive way.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Regiosphere||12/29/09 11:32 PM|
Be grateful for what gCal provides - amongst its many useful features is an excellent "exporting" function. Sync your gCal to Lightning (PC/Mac) or iCal (Mac); Searching from either one will yield a scrolling list with all your query's results.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tonybran||12/30/09 2:22 AM|
Just discovered a 'quirk' relating to the calendar search.
I searched for a particular item and was told '1 events found' with no results displayed (repeated several times). Clicking on arrow buttons and mini-calendars didn't turn up anything (which I tried after searching help and coming here).
I then went to the agenda view and literally used ctrl-F on each page of results. I finally found what I was looking for after extending the search results a number of times (it was dec 30 2011).
When I found the item I tried searching for it again and this time it turned up!
I'm guessing that there is some sort of caching going on in the calendar and while the search is searching the whole calendar database it is only displaying results from the cache. I presume scrolling through the agenda results loaded my desired item into the cache.
While the calendar is very useful I find it bizarre that a company based around searching can't search their own calendar properly. There are always bugs in software but this one was reported over 6 months ago and there are other similar threads.
I guess you get what you pay for :-)
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Auxin||1/5/10 7:52 AM|
The jump to date "fix" still doesn't help if it says "200 found" but only displays 31 of those results and doesn't let me scroll. How on earth is this still broken? This is literally the only thing keeping my dad from buying a Droid and switching from Outlook to Google Calendar.
For heaven's sake google, give us "forward" and "back" buttons for this!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||sdma49||1/14/10 5:31 AM|
Seach options allows you to enter dates...still more steps than there should be...
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Slveryder||1/17/10 5:37 PM|
Not only am I having this problem of not being able to access more the 30-odd of my 200 search results using either of the workarounds detailed above, my calendar is also completely ignoring a full week worth of results! So, I know I have more than 200 results for one search but the search function totally ignores them. This is not helpful for keeping track of work stuff. Hey Google, pay attention!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||bdawg||1/23/10 9:41 PM|
It's easy man, but ghetto. Do your search in the "Search My Calendars" text input box. It will display some of your results. Click on the small double arrows on the mini calendar to the left and go back as far as you want to search and then click on a day within the month on the mini calendar and "Voila!"! There you have your results.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Furface||1/24/10 2:27 PM|
Fix this please!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||kimbernc3||1/28/10 8:34 AM|
This is an important feature. Please address the requests for the ability to view &/or print your calendar's search results (all of them, not a page at a time). Thank you.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||YodaG||1/28/10 8:50 AM|
It seems the forum requests are not getting their attention. They are now taking a survey about Calendar - I'd encourage everyone to take it and complain about this through it as I did. Maybe that will get their attention.
Here's what I wrote:
"The search feature needs to have an option of showing "all" results, just results in the past or just those in the future. The biggest frustration with this is many people have complained about it in the help forum, and yet it doesn't seem like it's being addressed."
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Idlerat||1/29/10 6:48 AM|
A lot of these workarounds (which don't actually work that well) focus on past events. I just need to see a list of all of a certain event for the coming year. It's not even that many - search result says 28. But I can't get it to show them. I can adjust the list slightly with arrows and defining dates and so on, but not only is it a pain, it doesn't give me the result I need. It's a very simple thing: just all events with a certain name in a calendar year. Should not be beyond Google's capacity.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||MichaelEggleston||2/1/10 12:19 AM|
Same here - just add a scroll bar!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||guillem||2/4/10 3:27 AM|
Same here. It's strange that google, with their capacity does fail with this!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||yosri2005||2/4/10 5:40 AM|
I just filled out their survey yesterday. It's a good opportunity for us to voice this issue.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||dancemonkey||2/18/10 8:13 AM|
How is this still a problem? This is ridiculous.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||The Grinder||2/28/10 8:07 AM|
Come on google. fix this simple issue!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||e.christopher.lewis||2/28/10 8:36 AM|
I agree with you all that this is surprisingly silly, but I've found a *somewhat* helpful work around. If you enable keyboard shortcuts (under Settings -> General), the 'n' (next) key will show you the next set of events in the list (starting with the last event of the current list). This makes it really easy to page forward through events. Paging backward is less convenient. The 'p' (previous) key will show you events matching your search terms starting from the previous week. If you don't have to go to far backward, this works okay. And remember that the 't' (today) key shows you matching events starting from today.
I find it odd that (i) there appears to be no way to achieve the same effects as 'n' and 'p' via the GUI (the forward and back buttons at the top only advance or go back a day at a time for me), and (ii) Google has implemented such a lame mechanism for going backward (via the 'p' key); stepping back a week at a time is certainly easier to implement than paging backward, but it is far less convenient.
I'm sure they'll fix it one day, but for now this software remains the equivalent of a truly excellent senior project (see http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Calendar/thread?tid=388e70bab99367f4&hl=en for an example of another silly oversight that remains ignored).
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||.Doe||3/2/10 4:38 PM|
I, too, find the inability to see the complete search results extremely frustrating and fatally flawed. As well, the search didn't work when the term I was searching for wasn't an exact match but rather a subset of what was in the calendar entry (searched for "mary" but didn't find "maryb"). Additionally, recurring events needn't be shown in the search results for every occurrence, which takes up pages of search result space and isn't meaningful. All of this makes me yearn for my old Palm Desktop calendar (and my Palm Treo which showed ALL my historical calendar events, not just the last 4 weeks like Google's mobile app). Come on, Google, I thought you were the search masters?!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||netvet||3/5/10 7:47 AM|
Christopher I cant get your workaround to help me, Maybe you left out a step?
I dont get why a "search" company can build a app that doesnt display all the results??
Its kinda like building a car and forgetting the tires.
Hey Google people is this the old DEC ghost ratteling its chains?
The CEO of Vonage is reading along in its forum all the time, he even answers questions......
and google cant get this Bug fixed in 9 months
Maybe the apple i phone would have been the better choice..........
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||netvet||3/5/10 7:54 AM|
just wonding out loud, has anyone here contacted google about this problem?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||e.christopher.lewis||3/5/10 8:05 AM|
Netvet, Are you sure you have enabled keyboard shortcuts? You also have to be careful about where the focus currently lies when you use keyboard shortcuts. For example, if the focus is in a text field, hitting 'n' or 'p' will simply print an 'n' or a 'p'. Click within the window someplace where there is nothing clickable to ensure the focus is appropriate. You could also explain exactly what you are doing and the way in which it doesn't work to help diagnose the prob. Good luck.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||E Tam||3/26/10 1:24 AM|
Hi, I am considering switch from Outlook to Google Cal, so I am testing the functions and features of Google Cal. But then I found this big problem in searching, and then I found this forum where many people have been complaining. I agree with you all. I just don't understand how Google can make a search function which doesn't work. As a programmer myself I cannot see any technical difficulty in doing it. I also don't understand why Google has not replied and has not fixed it after so many voices.
The good news is, I think I found a quick method to reveal all my search results.
(although I know Google should not make me do it in the first place ...)
(1) Click "Show search options".
(2) Enter your keyword.
(3) Enter a very wide date range, make it "1990-01-01" to "2010-12-31" for example.
(4) Click "Search" !
Hi Google, are you there? when are you fixing this please?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||.Doe||3/28/10 9:19 AM|
E Tam: Sorry, that still doesn't resolve. For example, I have 111 events found in my search, but only 46 of them display, even when I use a long date range. Luckily, using "n" and "p" does the trick as a work-around. However, another curious thing is when I search for, say "xx", it isn't finding those entries with "xxx" as well as those with just "xx", which I would expect (and want) it to. Anyone know how I can make this happen? It sure is crazy to think that a company known for searching can't get this right!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||a------d||4/8/10 12:47 AM|
People... BE AWARE. The problem with Google Calendar Search is not just the Events Found vs. Events Found Displayed. The problem is much worse than that....
GOOGLE CALENDAR SEARCH RESULTS ARE OFTEN JUST PLAIN WRONG.
I've done several tests and found that many times the number of events found is wrong. For example: I can search for the word "office" and receive the result of 12 events found. Then I go to my actual Google Calendar and count the events one by one that have the word "office" in them - and I find 16!!
I tested this several times and the bug turns up at least half of the time on searches for words with more than 10 occurrences.
in short: GOOGLE CALENDAR SEARCH is pretty much useless and even dangerously misleading!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||werd678||5/12/10 10:26 AM|
This is unbelievable! Almost a year and no fix. Isn't that exactly what google built its company on?! SEARCH?! Not even a google employee response?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Stuge||5/28/10 10:22 AM|
Add me to the complaint list for search results issues regarding google calendar.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||mtbikermike||6/22/10 6:57 AM|
Maybe if we continue to pile on they'll fix it? Doesn't find all the results, doesn't list all the results, if I search more than once I get different results, and when I print it doesn't just fail to print all the results, it cuts them off in the middle of lines! Can't they at least post a workaround? I NEED my calendar to be accurate!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||chatwithmari||7/7/10 4:32 AM|
Google, when are you going to fix this problem?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||-MDT-||7/23/10 8:00 AM|
I have the same problem... =(
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||te.west||7/25/10 2:39 PM|
I am adding my frustration AS WELL! since I use the search feature to show me ALL of the times I have seen a client, not just a few of the times. Same problem I see described: Search, show some results, top right tells me a count of more appointments that I cannot view IN ANY WAY, SHAPE, OR FORM as best as I can tell. For more that a small handful of hits, results are showing me just current year hits (I think).
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||BrambleBusiness..com||8/4/10 8:26 AM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||amomsworld||8/20/10 11:00 AM|
WHERE besides this ignored forum, can we ACTUALLY reach Google about this? Talk about a major fix need here. I can see I have 29 results and can only view 6! What is the use of that?!?!? And ACCURACY is what Google built GOOGLE search about, shouldn't their calendars be workable that way as well? We depend on our calendar for EVERY point of our business and this is just so frustrating. HELP GOOGLE! Fix this already!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||emilelaroche||8/31/10 3:09 PM|
I can only add my voice the concert of frustrating users. I'm not moving my calendar to google on account of this, but because I have an android phone, this makes this more complicated.
Fatal flaws I have noticed (and which ave been reported by others above):
- Search will not find partial results (e.g., search mary won't return maryb)
- Recurring events show repeatedly (completely stupid)
- Best: search always omits many of the events actually in your calendar.
This is so lame, it's almost unbelievable. These idiots keep on adding "cool" features to the calendar (see "Lab") but can't even fix the most basic broken crap that makes it 100% unusable (for me at least).
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||kimbernc3||9/7/10 12:04 PM|
Google - please fix this. It seems like it should be pretty simple if time was devoted to addressing something that so many users need.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||EasyTech||9/7/10 1:21 PM|
This limitation can be very frustrating! I trust that the bright folks at Google will address this soon.
In case anyone wants a 3rd party solution in the mean time: you can search all Google Calendar events & have the results returned as a graphical calendar or formatted Excel table using a app called Wincalendar. It returns results in either Word or Excel table/calendar format (so you can further edit/search etc). Works well but it requires MS Office on Windows & is not free (trial version avail). See below ref link for more info.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||azmacgyver||9/8/10 5:31 PM|
please fix this Google. thank you!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||te.west||9/8/10 6:09 PM|
Don't want no stinkin' "workarounds!" As one person aptly put it. Google built its reputation on "searching" and displaying. You'd think they could "fix" this in their own app.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||emilelaroche||9/14/10 8:59 AM|
Here's another stinkin' workaround so to speak, or at least, something that made it acceptable for me to switch to google calendar. I'm now using "Lightning" which is now part of Thunderbird. Lightning is a nice, function calendar app, that's well integrated into Thunderbird. The nice thing is that it can sync both ways with google calendar right out of the box (you can find instructions on how to do that in the google calendar help pages).
Of course, the search functionality in Lightning is waaaay better than the google calendar search:- You can do partial word searches (of course!)
- You can indicate whether you want all results, or events in the past/future/next week etc etc.- Recurring events only show once
- If you select all events, you really get to see all events (imagine that).
In other words, it's functional and NOT broken, again, imagine that!
I didn't know about this solution, and I was glad I found out, so I'm reporting it here in case somebody else finds that an acceptable stinking workaround! :D
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||emilelaroche||9/14/10 9:07 AM|
Pardon the follow-up: Here are the instructions for setting up the two-way sync between lightning and google calendar
These don't need "provider" or any extra addon. As I said, the sync works right out of the box using these simple instructions (which are somewhat hard to find).
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||chas444||9/15/10 9:12 PM|
Another 'workaround' is to sync the Google calendar with Outlook using Google Sync or other programs (such as Companionlink software). Then you can use Windows Search or X1 search, for example, to get a complete and accurate list of all occurrences.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||BrambleBusiness..com||9/16/10 10:31 AM|
Guys, there is no problem with the calendar search/filter. Google will only display results FROM your active displayed month. SO if you are on SEPT 2010, results will only display from 1st Sept. If you need previous search results to display simply scroll back to the month you wish to start searching from by simply viewing the month THEN perform the search.
I would like to reiterate that PRINTING searched calendar results STILL does not work. I use Chrome on Mac and the print function still bypasses the option window that appears if you print the calendar without a search.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||emilelaroche||9/16/10 10:37 AM|
I think you haven't tested that thoroughly. If you do as you say, indeed to get more results, but only a few are visible, (try scrolling for example!), unless you use the 'n' shortcut trick to gain access to the next set (and then 'b' does not work well at all). Furthermore, it's very inconvenient to have to go back several years if you want to search all your range (all the decent calendar apps have an option for that).
Then you have the two additional problems of partial searches (impossible) and recurring events showing up multiple times.
And apparently one more problem with the printing.
Google has completely dropped the ball on this. It's quite lame.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||chas444||9/16/10 11:02 AM|
There is no 'b' shortcut. I think you mean 'p' for previous. That will work. Take a look at http://www.google.com/support/calendar/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=37034 for a list of calendar shortcuts; some are pretty helpful (but don't solve the search results problem: "Jump to", coupled with 'p' or 'n' does give a fairly good semblance of scrolling search results, but it's still a 'workaround').
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||emilelaroche||9/16/10 11:26 AM|
Yes, sorry, I meant 'p'. 'p' does not work well at all because it goes back by a day, whereas 'n' goes forward to the next results of your search. This was mentioned in the comments above (see comment on 2.28 by e.christopher.lewis) and you can verify it easily.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||lmkowalski||9/17/10 6:06 AM|
I cannot believe that Google can't come up with a way to print/display ALL search reults. I have shown Google calendat to my students for the past few years but will probably stop because it does not contain basic functions like this. Fire the claendar search team!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tonybran||9/17/10 11:45 AM|
@BrambleBusiness..com - I don't care about google only showing results from your active date, the problem for me is that it doesn't show ALL the results from your active date, just a selection. Even more bizarre, it shows a result count different to the number of results on the screen, as if it found all the entries but didn't show them to you. Without syncing with outlook or something there is I don't have an easy way to check if the count is correct short of going into the agenda and keeping telling it to show more items which I can't be bothered doing.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||HyeProfile||9/23/10 9:17 AM|
Let's start a poll. How long do you guys think it will take Google (a search company) to fix their Calendar search functionality? I say it won't get fixed a year from now...
(Might as well try reverse psychology)
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||chas444||9/23/10 11:12 AM|
I'll bite. Since this thread has been going on for more than a year, I'd have to agree with HyeProfile.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Segers5||10/21/10 11:45 AM|
When using the calendar search feature, the results shown are from the current day forward. To see anything in the past, move backward in the calendar to a previous date, then do the search again.
A quick way to move backward is to use the thumbnail calendar on the top left. Hover your cursor over the calendar and use the scroll wheel on the mouse to move backward one month at a time. Then select any random date prior to the date of the item you are searching for.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||hd4||11/1/10 8:24 AM|
The easiest way of using Google Calendar is to use Mozilla Sunbird to map your Google Calendar. Sunbird has all the advanced features and the interface is much easier to use than the Google Calendar interface. Plus, you get to do "advanced" things like search for all events.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||marlon1||11/5/10 11:57 AM|
I have had to do multiple searches one month at a time so that I can see all the items found! It is ridiculous that something so simple has not been fixed in over two years. Google too busy buying other companies to help their customers????
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Petros1974||2/9/11 3:01 PM|
The absolutely most valuable App for me is CALENDAR !!!
I am a lawyer and I'm consantly in front of it to check the thousand things I have to do during the day, but most importantly to check out on my scheduled trials, hearings & deadlines !!!
Being able to SEARCH in my calendars and in my innumerable events, is of utmost importance for me! It's absolutely crucial !!!
So my question (and my huge complaint) is why in the world have you left Calendar's search feature so poor & inefficient ??? Come on guys! Search feature is your best known value! How come you've left Calendar's search in such an inadmissible condition?1st: One has to put exactly the whole word (till its end) in order to find any results. For example, If I'm searching for the word "results" and I write "result" then I get NO RESULT AT ALL !!!
2nd: When I finally find the events I'm searching for, I cannot access them all ! For example, after performing a search, it shows on the right side of the screen that '6 results were found for the word "....." ', but I can only see 4 of them...!!! Or I put the name of a client of mine and on the right side it says "172 results for ..." but I can only see 6 of them !!! And there's no other screen to navigate or do a Page_Down to find & access them! HOW IN THE WORLD CAN THAT HAPPEN ???
PLEASE TAKE SOME IMMEDIATE ACTION ON THIS... PLEASE... I LOVE GOOGLE SO MUCH AND THIS IS THE ONLY THING THAT UPSETS ME SO MUCH (BECAUSE MY WORK DEPENDS ON IT) !!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||EasyTech||2/10/11 8:03 AM|
If you must have full ability to search & if you also have MS Office an option is to use a app called winCalendar. It converts Google Calendar to MS Word/Excel format with full support for Search. It can search all Google Calendar events & have the results returned as a graphical calendar or formatted Excel table.
Once in Excel/Word you can further edit & manipulate. Works well but it requires MS Office on Windows & is not free (trial version avail). See below ref link for more info.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||te.west||2/10/11 8:19 AM|
It has been a while since there has been posts to this thread, BUT obviously GOOGLE has not yet addressed the problem. I have seen a number of suggestions for work-arounds, some, like the post from EasyTech, involve an extra step and cost. Most of the posts that I have seen involve the same basic question that I have. GOOGLE is supposed to be the uber search engine. Searching is its thing! In many ways I find that GOOGLE Calendar is a very easy to use app in most ways, though I have wished for a few more options, like being able to assign a color for each entry - I "tag" entries using multiple calendars so that I can see which appointments are in the planning stages and which have been confirmed, etc. It would be nice to just be able to do that with colors in the same calendar. Back to the search issue. This issue has been identified for quite some time - most of us feel that since GOOGLE would like everyone to use their apps, it behooves them to "fix" the search problem. Obviously, many of us want to use that feature to go back and see past events/entries for various reasons. We do not want "work-arounds" which are awkward and time consuming and a bandaid - we just think that we ought to be able to easily do this task right in calendar.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||te.west||2/10/11 9:06 AM|
I hadn't thought of this before. I use a MAC and I have Ical synced with my GOOGLE calendars. Though it's a workaround, and you saw my previous comments about workarounds, I was curious how the MAC search would work. Woo-hoo! Partial words and case insensitive find any and all matching entries. The calendar "dims" a bit and the "found" entries are highlighted on the calendar and a list shows below - click on any entry in the list and it takes you there in the calendar. There is no option that I found quickly, but iIf you want to print out the list you can 1) select all the entries in the list that you want, "copy," and paste into Word or Excel (and I assume many other apps like those.) Perhaps GOOGLE and APPLE ought to strike up a friendship.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tonybran||2/16/11 4:33 AM|
This question has been flagged as "answered". This probably goes some way towards explaining why there is no response on the issue.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||J-Mac||2/24/11 1:17 PM|
This hasn’t really been answered; Google hasn’t done a thing with this issue - haven't even acknowledged it as an issue. I don’t even get a Print Preview screen in Calendar search. Just goes directly to the printer. Google doesn’t much care at all about printing anything. No Print Preview in Chrome and there bug database has a comment that they don’t consider printing to be a function for a browser. Ridiculous.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||xpdnc2u||4/10/11 6:00 PM|
I have followed this issue for some time. Since google calendar fails at providing the most basic information needed in a search, I continue to carry a Treo 755p for my important calendar searches. The several-year-old technology of palm OS is light years ahead of google's calendar search.
For this HUGE ISSUE to still not be fixed after this long is inexcusable.
Since google appears to be ignoring this problem, as evidenced by marking this issue as "answered," perhaps a new thread needs to be started. And started again. Until google fixes this.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||swvnyl||4/10/11 6:14 PM|
I'm posting to confirm that the workaround Segers5 posted on 10/21/10 DOES INDEED WORK. Although it's ridiculous that google is forcing workarounds such as this, I'm so relieved to find some way around this trainwreck of a problem.
Big THANK YOU to Segers5 !!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Mr.Novis||4/27/11 10:50 AM|
This is why Google calendar sucks!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||bfg67||6/7/11 8:33 AM|
This appears to yet another in a long line of (not insignificant, and extremely annoying) bugs in the fantastic apps made by The Mighty Google. And despite their employees often commenting on posts (along the lines of "we know about this problem and are 'working' on it"), they never get fixed!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||bergmanm||6/27/11 7:18 AM|
I can't believe I only noticed this now. How come it's not fixed yet?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||carljsr||7/5/11 10:27 AM|
Here it is 2011 and this question has not been answered. What is google doing with their time? Don't they care? They want us to use it, but do not fix it so it is most useful.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Petros1974||7/10/11 2:08 AM|
Some time ago in my status in facebook I had written "Gone Google..."
But then, after a thorough evaluation of Google Apps for over a year, I was finally FORCED (by Google Calendar's inefficiency) to go back and rediscover Microsoft...
The good news was that at the time of this setback of mine, Redmond had finally decided to take the big step and move their platform to the cloud, which for me was the MAJOR NEWS I needed to hear...
I had left MS Outllook a long time ago (since 2008), because it seemed too complex & confusing to me. But now that i was FORCED (by Google) to return and re-employ it for my business needs, I found out that Outlook 2010 working together with MS Exchange Online is what I really needed!!!
Management of multiple calendars is now simple and perfect!!
But most importantly, the searching feature is EXTRAORDINARY!!!!!!
I can instanlty find things by just entering a few letters of the word I'm looking for, or by entering a few letters of one word, then leaving a space and then a few letters of another word and... holla!!! All my results are there (even without needing to hit the Enter button) and with the searched words highlighted!!
WOW!!! THESE NEW AMAZING SEARCH ABILITIES OF MICROSOFT -which they also utilized in Windows 7- MAKE GOOGLE'S SEARCH SEEM OBSOLETE... (...what a pity for Google...the one who taught us what searching is in the first place...)
I really am in seventh heaven now, since I can so easily find, copy, move, multiply and massively edit my meetings, events, trials, hearings & deadlines, which I can sort by category or by calendar folder or by so many other criteria... WOW!!!
Not to mention the fact that I can now access everything anytime offline, since I have them in my Outlook in my laptop, while at the same time even if my laptop crashes or is set on fire, all my data are at the same time on Microsoft Exchange Online server (=> i made some tests and found out that my data are synchronized online in a fraction of a second after i place them in Outlook 2010!!!), all the way enabling me to work from any other computer with internet access through 'Outllok Web Access'.
I can now be really productive in my work and have the absolute control over my schedule!!!
After the "Gone Google..." I now am at the "No more Google again..."
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||bfg67||7/16/11 10:06 AM|
UPDATE: will add my voice of thanks to Segers5 - clicking through the month view pane in top left, to different day, displays results from that day on.
I presume Segers5 isn't a google employee - so thanks for the fix, it works perfectly, but i wish google would improve there customer service / tech support! However, I would say that this glitch (feature?) can be kind of useful now i am aware of it, for paring down the search list to dates that I am interested in.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||vansam||7/18/11 1:52 PM|
Same problem with the search function. I depend on this calendar to store things I want to retrieve later. Agree it's bizarre that a "search" company like Google can't provide a calendar with any usable search tool! I'm already in pretty deep with google calendar but going to see if iCal will migrate the data over and I'll carry on with that.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||te.west||7/18/11 2:53 PM|
iCAL will sync!… Look under help for instructions on how to do this. I do this just so that when I need it, I can have the calendar on my computer at times when I am not connected to the internet. I do like the general function of Google better than iCAL, but don't tell Apple that.
A recent post showed that Google calendar will display all posts forward from a certain date, so the trick is to go back to a date early enough to show you. I use "jump to date" "plug-in"(?-not sure what to call it) under "labs" (gear icon) to easily do that. Then use "today" button at the top left to return to current date. I did just try it again and this seemed to work and case was not sensitive, but I do think that the search looks in the entire entry, so a search, like "West," my name came up with multiple entries that did not contain "west" in the what box, but I think it picks up the "owner" of the calendar or "creator" of the entry, for instance I have "west" in my email and ID so I think it even locates for that. I suppose that you just have to be specific enough to "filter" for what you are looking for. You can click on search options and perhaps "refine" the search some.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||robcashion||7/22/11 5:39 PM|
I can not imagine a more dysfunctional Calendar Search interface. I had a Palm Pre with an app that would search my Google calendar. Now I have a Droid and can not find a similar app. The genuine Google calendar search is pathetic.
Even worse, it is just as bad from my computer desktop browser.
I see comments dating back here to 2009, if Google can't fix it in 2 years, I guess they don't understand. I will have to switch to my Yahoo calendar until Google can improve.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||jbarley||8/1/11 2:27 AM|
Google - are you listening? Seems not. You won't beat MS with this approach.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tavopp||8/1/11 10:25 AM|
almost two years since the first post on this problem, still no fix!!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||te.west||8/1/11 10:37 AM|
As I posted earlier, based on someone else's observation, you can go back in time in your calendar and the search picks up everything from that time forward (I think). OF COURSE, IT BEGS THE QUESTION,"why can't it pick up stuff from the past?" I agree, GOOGLE, MAKE IT WORK!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tgi007||8/3/11 12:49 PM|
@te.west You're assuming that the only complaint here is having the search function show you events from the past. But the more common problem is when you get a response saying "Results: 200 for whatever-you-searched-for", yet only 27 are displayed. There are no scroll bars or any other control that functions as a "display next page of search results". In my case, I have a repeating (weekly) event, with some exceptions (weeks where it was canceled or rescheduled), and I want to see a simple 1-line-at-a-time list of all upcoming dates. I can only see 27. If I manually choose different starting dates and manually repeat my search dozens of times, paying careful to my choices so as to avoid both overlapping (duplicate) appointment times, as well as gaps (omitted) events, I can work-around this ridiculous shortcoming. It takes a considerable amount of care and wasted time to achieve this, solely because Google is too lazy to (1) actually test their own products from the perspective of a real user, and (2) listen to their user base to discover fundamental flaws in their tools. How is it even possible for a company that was founded on providing the world with a better search keeps getting this most fundamental function wrong in so many of their products? How is this not a corporate embarrassment? It's truly pathetic that this was complained about over two years ago and absolutely nothing has happened in that entire time.
... except for Google marking this problem as "answered".
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tgi007||8/3/11 12:52 PM|
One additional observation: when a repeating event, extending "forever" into the future, is matched in a search, with no date constraints, then reporting that there are "200 matches" is both wrong and misleading. There are more than 200 matches. At least check to see if it matches 201 times, and then report it as "many" or at least say "more than 200".
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||bfg67||8/3/11 4:09 PM|
@te.west - yes I agree, iOS cal and osx cal both search well. And someone on here said Outlook for Win7 searches well. However, some poor people (me) have to use XP w/IE8 and outlook 2007 at work. So I am limited to google ie8 browser search (not perfect, shall we say), or Outlook 2007 built in search <b>(even worse!)</b>
@tgi007 - Thanks for the response. Very helpful to me, I agree with you. One would expect more from the people who revolutionised search, but in my op, they are still better than the other options, for near enough everything! Haven't seen a ChromeBook yet though. <i>but</i>
@tonybran says this question is marked as answered, so I guess google may not be looking at this thread anymore! If someone had time to repost the issue and crosslink the threads, to wake the sleeping giant, then we would all be grateful
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Segers5||8/15/11 4:53 PM|
Another work-around I just discovered - the keyboard shortcuts from Gmail work here as well.
When the search result appear in "Agenda" view, click "N" for next or "P" for previous (J and K work as well). This will take you to the next or previous day. You can click one day at a time, or hold down the "N" or "P" to quickly move forward or backward.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||YodaG||8/25/11 12:54 PM|
No, it's still doing what it always does: shows only the last so many months of results yet tells you the total results found.
For instance, my search for "VAC" shows only those from April of this year on which is only 6. However, it says "Results: 29 for VAC" but does not show any way of viewing those easily. In my case, I know I started noting my VAC when I started my current job. However, even when I go back 5 years before that, it only displays about 20 results, with no way of seeing the other 9...which I'd love to see.
Fixed - no but should be as it has been this way for many years.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tgi007||8/25/11 12:58 PM|
@bfg67 No observable change whatsoever for me. I still get only one screenful of results, with no way to navigate to "previous" or "next" (other than several of the work-arounds suggested by users, earlier).
Likewise, I also continue to get inaccurate numerical results on some searches (sometimes it'll report "Results: 5" and display 8; other times it'll say "Results: 11" and show only 4).
Both of these problems are completely unchanged for me.
Can you please describe what you're seeing that's been improved? Are you seeing any kind of navigation controls to allow you to scroll successfully through the search results when there are many results (like when it reports "Results: 200")?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tgi007||8/25/11 1:01 PM|
Follow-up: I should have noted that I'm using Firefox 3.6.13 (and also tested with Internet Explorer 9.0.8112.16421 with the same outcome) on Windows Vista Home Premium (32-bit), Service Pack 2.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Petros1974||8/25/11 1:04 PM|
Wow guys, this conversation still goes on............. UNBELIEVABLE
The more I read about this Google's crap ... the more I THANK GOD FOR MICROSOFT !!!!!!!!!!!!
<MS Outlook> and never look back...
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||bfg67||8/25/11 1:19 PM|
@YodaG: agreed, apologies for confusion. I was referring to the displaying all results, and not the total numbers etc (that is the reason i came to this thread). I agree it should be fixed asap! Especially with all the improvements/interface redesign going on atm
@tgi007 see above. I tested only with winXP / IE8 at work, and it is a bit clunky. Just tested with OS10.6/Chrome 13.0.782 at home, and it appears to be just as bad as it has been. I also don't see navigation buttons, aside from scrolling down with mouse!
@Petros1974... i am glad someone thanks god for Microsoft. I guess i can't have a full opinion as i am forced to use XP/IE8! Have heard really good things about Win7/8, and am quite impressed by Office 2010
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||rudi111||8/27/11 9:20 AM|
Same problem. Still unsolved. Shame on Google:
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||emaire||8/30/11 8:01 AM|
They've made cosmetic enhancements but not key basic functional search improvements.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||allsafe||8/30/11 9:14 AM|
I have been a huge advocate for Google products, both personally and at the company I own, but things like this and other similar issues with other products have me wondering what to do?? Google is 95% on most products they offer, but that last 5% can be a deal breaker. It's like having a Ferrari in the garage without a steering wheel ... great looking car, huge potential, but you can't drive it, so you hop in your sedan and go to work.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tgi007||8/30/11 9:28 AM|
@allsafe That's a terrific analogy, as well as a spot-on summary of the problems with nearly all Google products.
I've experienced that with every one of their "core" products on the Android platform. I switched from a long history of Palm products, all of which contained (rather bare-bone, feature-wise) 4 core PIM (Personal Information Manager) functions:
2) Address Book/Contact List
3) To Do
4) Memo (free-format text notes)
While these applications lacked some of the bells and whistles you might prefer to have, they all worked!
You never had to doubt that when you handed over custody of some crucial piece of information from your life, that you would have to worry that the application would simply "forget" that datum forever. Or, that you wouldn't get a vitally-important reminder.
Fundamental functionality that is inherent to the application (such as retaining the correct date for a reminder, being able to retrieve information added to the Contact List) should "just work". I should never have doubts that each core application reliably does its job -- even if I have personal preferences that some aspect should be presented, displayed, chime, or be colored differently.
Google is expending however many man-hours tweaking the on the pig, while the pig is still missing a kidney, two legs, and one ear. And no matter how much clamor we users raise in the forums, nobody in the farmhouse is listening.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tgi007||8/30/11 9:37 AM|
Follow-up and clarification:
By this I mean the "built-in" functionality supplied by Google. I'm not referring to add-on applications. I'm also not going off-topic into the Android world; I'm actually using that to emphasize the point in this thread, that Google gets 95% of the job done, then drops the ball and wanders off to paint prettier colors on the cover.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||ctsphooey||9/1/11 6:51 AM|
Over two years and this hasn't been fixed yet?
Come on Google, step up for crying out loud.
I'm a huge Google fan and user, but had I seen this thread before and saw how you've ignored your
faithful users for 2+ years... well, makes me want to go back to MS. I know that's a horrible thought,
but at least with them I KNOW I'll be ignored and won't have any expectations. - and their calendar
search function works great.
And this thread is marked as answered? Are you kidding me?! Shame on you.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||YodaG||9/1/11 12:43 PM|
I think it's time to start a new thread about this. Maybe then Google will notice. :D
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||cewood||9/1/11 8:52 PM|
Can't believe this has been going on for so long now, and clearly a lot of people have reported this issue. Definitely time for a fix, come on Google!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||rudi111||9/2/11 1:57 AM|
Yes please start a new thread, hopefully Google will notice thi urcence of our need!!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||John Wong||10/2/11 9:20 PM|
With numerous creative help, how come this basic function is NOT okay for Google, I am a bit upset about it. This kind of problem should only appear in Microsoft.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||John Wong||10/2/11 9:22 PM|
And i just find that may be the problem on the scroll size of the Chrome window...
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||jason.wiener||10/3/11 2:21 PM|
Has anyone seen any indication from Google in any other forums that this may actually be getting some attention?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||endurance||10/6/11 11:13 PM|
Nope. They have not given ANY attention to it as far as I can see. I've posted some similar complaints on other threads some weeks back, specifically relating it to issues on my smartphone (DroidX) and begging for some help with the search function. Guess what? There IS NO search function in the calendar on the DroidX. That is past comprehension.
I can't speak for other models or phones, but in the calendar on the DroidX, what comes up when I press the (almost never used for anything) SEARCH button is the exact same option I get when I press the MENU button (only the MENU adds another couple choices.) All I get when I press SEARCH button is GO TO DATE. (Mind you, that's a feature that does not even exist on the online version of Google Calendar, and I OFTEN wish to have that option online.
So on my DroidX, I can get GO TO DATE from two different buttons, but I can NOT get a SEARCH function.
I lived without any search function and was about to return my phone due to how desperately I needed that, until I found POWER SEARCH for Android.
POWER SEARCH does on Android what all of you are wanting on the online Calendar AND what ought to be a no-brainer for GOOGLE. I'm apalled and confused that this ever was an issue at all, but much more so that it CONTINUES to be an issue. Is everyone laid off at Google?
Now I'm not trying to push POWER SEARCH as the solution for all, and obviously not at all for the online Calendar, but it IS the only reason my smartphone could finally replace my aged PALM. Palm had search functionality useful and dependable, and with DocsToGo, it synced perfectly with Outlook. THE ONLY REASON I got a smart phone was for the vital need of Calendar access and search function to continue to be available to me, and the 7 year old Palm device was finally getting cantankerous, especially trying to sync to VISTA 64-bit.
After using Calendar (AND POWER SEARCH) on my DROIDX for several months and learning how to use Google's version of recurring events and making it work for me, I had begun to let go of the Outlook connection apron strings...
And then Google Calendar changes (improvements, they call them: HAH!) and Gingerbread converged upon my DROIDX and it was no match for them.
Until June of 2011, it all worked fine. Then Android Gingerbread brought ruination upon my DROIDX, and Google's "updates" to its Calendar functions made a world of pain a minimum specification for all factory reset experiences and for every change to one's sync profile with any Google CalendarAccount.
I'm still jumping through the hoops, but my patience is not stronger, it is all but gone. Will I just give up on the cloud altogether? I'm not sure, but I guess I'll be looking into the Microsoft answer soon.
THIS IS PATHETIC, GOOGLE. Is your ship going down? Or will you regain your focus on GREAT EFFECTIVENESS again??
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||elreymon||10/24/11 12:08 PM|
I suggest everybody to send feedback.
Options (top, on the right) --> "send feedback".
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Petros1974||10/24/11 12:48 PM|
Dear Endurance, I cannot tell you how much I understand you!!!
A good and RELIABLE search machine is the absolutely most important thing that ANY electronic device should have!
Unfortunately you are trying to find a dependable solution on a totally business-immature company (Google)...
When I see how well the standard Google search machine works, it's so f... unexplainable why Google Calendar Search is such a disgrace...
But there is no reason to give up on the Cloud altogether, this is just Google's crap! There are too many other solutions out there, many of which are even quite dependable!!
Now about search function on the phone, you may have to check Blackberry's or iPhone's UNIVERSAL SEARCH function. It will blow your mind!!! I personally use those phones with Microsoft's Exchange Online, but I'm pretty sure they would work the same with Google Apps, since the search-function is on the mobile phone (independently of where the data have come from).
I've recently tested Blackberry Torch 9800 (with OS 6) and I'm now using an iPhone (with iOS 4.3.5) and I am in heaven! They both have fantastic search engines. Today someone called me while I was driving, asking for the date of an event on a future date... With one hand, two moves and three letters written (on iPhone's search) I had my results in 1,5 second, seeing clearly the date of my desired event without even the need to open the item!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||YodaG||10/24/11 2:56 PM|
YES elreymon...great idea!!! I did not see they incorporated that into calendar. Maybe, just maybe they'll take notice and care now. EVERYONE: SEND FEEDBACK by clicking on the gear in the upper right hand corner of calendar. :D
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Gard||11/10/11 9:41 AM|
+1 @elreymon and @YodaG
Just sent mine.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||barryaz1||11/17/11 10:04 AM|
I can't believe that this is still going on for 2+ years! I never envisioned this being a possible issue after I moved over all my Outlook (which had started out on ACT) data or I would never had bought an Android and would have gone straight to iPhone. If my work wasn't moving to Google Apps, I'd get rid of it now! I am going to check out that Power Search.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||DaveBoston||11/29/11 11:10 PM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||fredgagne1||12/5/11 7:49 AM|
Power search works great maybe Google should buy them and learn how to search Calendar and Contacts as they really stick at this.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||MDgal||12/9/11 5:22 PM|
Wellup. Seems Google hasn't done a blasted thing about this problem.
For those of us that have to keep up with important items (I'm a transplant patient that keeps blooodwork 411 via Google Calendar) it's a real bugger to play "seek and go find" every time we search. No info on a fix? (Sorry, too lazy to check through all the prior pages...I may later if I'm really ticked. Night's not over yet.)
All this *and* problems syncing with Android devices? Guess I've got to find a better calendar.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||geminisunset||12/13/11 8:25 AM|
Same issue here. You'd think by now, this issue would show up in the "known issues" list.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||STDSCH||12/14/11 11:54 PM|
Still the same problem !!
It doesn't look to be a problem with the Search Visualisation directly, but more something related to specific appointments.
Because when I do a search on a general word, of which it says 19 results found, and only 17 are visualised.
When I then search on a word that I know is only in one of the 2 that are not visualised, it says found 1 result, but it does not show it neither...
So for some reason some results are not shown...
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||sal78||12/16/11 7:37 PM|
NEARLY THREE YEARS!!! and still not a peep from Google on this.
And just to rub salt into the wound, it's now no longer possible to scroll back and forward through search results.
I'm starting to think it's basic productivity issues like this that will be Google's eventual downfall...
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tommyg2009||12/20/11 2:46 PM|
This is still totally lame.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tommyg2009||12/20/11 2:47 PM|
FYI THIS IS NOT ANSWERED despite the "answered" indication
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||ctsphooey||12/27/11 6:05 AM|
It's totally inexcusable for the worlds best 'search engine' to be unable to have a decent search function in a calendar.
On top of that I've started experiencing frequent Shockwave crashes, and my Google Voice doesn't ring (nor does Google Talk play notification sounds). - And yes, I've spent HOURS researching, reading google discussions and independent tech forums, installing/reinstalling/disabling Adobe Flash and Shockwave - all to no avail.
I'm seriously thinking about giving up Google altogether. MS always had issues, but at least they didn't take 3 years to fix them.
Cell contract up for renewal? - check.
I-Phone now available from Sprint? - check.
Skype available for I-Phone? check.
Trillian subscription up to date? check.
They all work? check and recheck.
Time to tell Google 'see ya later'? Grrrrrr.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||h.jerel||1/6/12 6:33 AM|
My god, give up thinking the morons at Google are going to bother to fix this problem. They are too busy screwing up Gmail with "improvements" we don't want or need to fix bugs they introduced into their other products..
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||ctsphooey||1/8/12 7:03 AM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||ctsphooey||1/8/12 7:05 AM|
As a second thought.....
Does anyone know of any chrome add-ons that would improve search function?
Seems to be a lot of plugins/etc. for Chrome, and a lot for Calendar. It would be great if we could at least
add an extenstion/etc. that would solve this problem.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||FeralReason||1/15/12 1:27 PM|
Same problem. I can't believe this has been going on for 2 years !
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||HunterEllroy||2/12/12 4:09 PM|
I just noticed the problem myself. Came to Groups expecting a solution. Astounding! No attention to this matter by the Almighty G in over two years! Color me flabbergasted and extremely disappointed.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Innovatorium||2/13/12 12:43 AM|
You are joking... I am paying for Google apps and this STILL is not fixed? Google, the premier search engine.... What a gigantic FAIL. Anybody tried to call support?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Skammie||2/15/12 11:53 AM|
If you are paying for Google apps, there should be a direct way for you to contact support. For the rest of us using the free version, we do not get this privilege. How about you try calling support and let us know your findings?
Everyone else, please send your request through http://support.google.com/calendar/bin/static.py?hl=en&page=suggestions.cs
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|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||findo-man||2/27/12 12:28 PM|
This worked great thank you for the help. Still doesn't make much sense but I could immediately see the events that were missing before.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SymmetricDesigns||3/3/12 1:06 PM|
I suspect the reason this has gone on for two years is it's something that Google's engineers don't think to test. They move around the layout and don't notice they forgot the forward and back date arrows, so it's broken until someone notices. I am so sick of Google adding, subtracting, and rearranging features on a whim, and apparently with no testing. I'm beginning to *hate* software on the web. There's no stability. A feature that was there yesterday, or this morning, might be gone or moved now. Sorry, you're trying to get something done? Learn our new layout first! Oh, sorry, we didn't test that...tough luck.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||osmadja||3/7/12 6:03 AM|
It seems that if you use the advanced search (where you can put the from/to date) you get all (or almost all :-) ) the results.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||chjajesa||3/14/12 2:43 AM|
Thank you for the link. I did post to it, and hopefully by reaching a different audience it will help!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Kiwi1124||3/14/12 8:06 PM|
i find it rather awful that this problem is almost on its third year of existence and there are no solutions..
using GCal, it was my employer, and i cant find out what she has scheduled me for in advance with out it taking me hours, and there is no way for me to print it for when i am away from my desk...puhlease
going to start bugging my boss and maybe we can find something better
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||strongfinger||3/15/12 11:17 AM|
i found (after much experimenting and uses of colourful expletives out loud) that many of these issues can be resolved by ditching chrome. yes, ditching google chrome.
using firefox (10.0.2 for mac) has restored the ability to edit the events found within search results.
as for the search results themselves, you need to apply the same search rules as you would for google's web search. you also have to set the date range for your search results manually or else you will only see a fraction of what it reports to have found. ie. "41 results found" while it displays only the most recent (and future) 6 or so.
here are some examples on how to use more refined search features...
i have S-P as a client name. searching for S-P shows me no results.
searching for "S-P" (in quotes) show all 163 results (but only displays 8).
searching for "S-P" (in quotes) and using a date range specified in the 'show search options' window show me all 163 results
the show search options are available from the drop-down menu arrow to the right of the search entry field (before the blue search button).
i don't like these extra steps but it works.
hope this helps.
p.s. by the way, S-P in web search computer language means, "search for all instance of the letter S that does not include the letter P. which = nothing. another real-world example could be: love -porn. find all web search results for love but omit all search results that have porn.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||emdrdr||3/26/12 1:36 PM|
Bottom line, is that Google is a dysfunctional company. The only software they have done right is the search engine and gmail. Everything else is buggy, and it seems like there is noone competent at home at Google who gives a d. These bugs are SO easy to fix, and apparently no one at google cares to even try.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||JavaMechanic||4/8/12 9:05 PM|
That's completely unfair and inaccurate. You are successfully using the Google Groups function by the way. Don't focus on the minor annoyances and look at the breadth and scope of incredibly useful Google products that millions of people around the world are using. Seriously!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||richard.turlington||4/27/12 12:15 PM|
"Minor" annoyances? I wouldn't call trusting Google Calendar to enter ALL of your events and then NOT being able to properly search for, find, AND display them ALL a "minor annoyance." Oh - AND add to the fact that this issue dates back to AT LEAST 2009.
I sure hope you don't work somewhere that requires judgement to be used - seems you're just a bit off there on it.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Senor_Opinion||5/4/12 7:56 AM|
needless to say this is a problem. Still waiting for a fix.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||dubyajay||5/4/12 8:33 AM|
Me too. It seems like google could re-use the web search technology/functionality they've obviously mastered and apply it to the calendar since it is now conventional thinking. Maybe there is some secret key to making the calendar search more usable and they're waiting for us to figure out. And we'll all think "Of course! What a great way to do that!". Or maybe they moved the calendar team over to google+. In the meantime, this is clunky at best. Useless at worst.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||beechnut||5/9/12 5:49 AM|
findo-man, could you please post what worked great for you? The post immediately before yours has been deleted. thanks.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found? ANSWER PROVIDED BY STRONGFINGER/RANDALL INCLUDED HERE||Ukulele Allsorts||5/9/12 6:48 AM|
GREAT! :-) Thanks Strongfinger/Randall for the explanation about how to use the Advanced Search to get all the results.
What fooled me was that I had assumed that the little downward, almost invisible arrow at the right hand inner edge of the Search Box would take me to a list of previous searches, as that seems to be the usual convention. It never occurred to me that that is where I would find the Advanced Search options.
I do hate this new interface where stuff is hidden!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found? ANSWER PROVIDED BY STRONGFINGER/RANDALL INCLUDED HERE||judas dryden||5/17/12 5:05 PM|
ok so sorry if this is a repeat but i finally figured out what seems to be the main issue.... yes as mentioned in order for search to FIND (not just display) all the events you need to select a previous date in the mini calendar and or goto "show search options" and select a prior date... but... this still did not work in all cases where i had more than lets say 25 results.
the REAL issue is that google did not put a proper scroll in the search results window. so if your monitor is not physically large enough to view lets say 55 results theres no way of seeing these results or scrolling down. I figured this out by dragging my browser window to my 2nd monitor which is twice the size... expanded the window and viola. i could actually see all 55 search results. whereas on the smaller monitor i could only see roughly 30 or so.
the weird thing is if you've got more results than the window can display, a scroll bar will show up but you can only scroll down to see a few more results.
Bottom line is where it says for example "Results: 55 for apples"... that number is always correct so if it says 55 and youve only got 2 results displayed you know you have to go and select a previous calendar date in either the mini calendar or advanced search options... once youve selected a date that your sure goes back well before youve got any possible entry's then you have to check if your search results go all the way down to the bottom of the window, cuz if they do theres most likely results that you cant scroll down to see, and if you dont have a larger monitor or a way of seeing more, (maybe changing the resolution or font size works but i havent tried) then your SOL. Google wtf. put in a proper scroll and make it so search doesnt require date adjustments!!!
this is true for google chrome and safari, i have not tried firefox.
hope that helps.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found? ANSWER PROVIDED BY STRONGFINGER/RANDALL INCLUDED HERE||strongfinger||5/18/12 9:20 AM|
yup, i just confirmed the lack of scroll bars through google chrome 19.0.1084.46 (mac). or more specifically, if i adjust the window size, scroll bars eventually appear but they do not scroll beyond what a full screen list of result would show. i just get that same list in a smaller, scrollable window.
the same thing happen through firefox 12.0 (mac).
so in the end, i can get 200 results for a search but can only ever see the first few of them.
that's messed up.
i suggest we all post this, in a concise format that busy google people are more inclined to read, to the 'report an issue' forum:
i'll do that now myself.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||kcmuppet||5/24/12 3:23 AM|
So has the original issue been addressed - I too get messages like "Results= 18" but only 3 are shown. Trawling through this litany of posts, I can't see an answer to how to display the others - can somebody enlighten me?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||kcmuppet||5/24/12 3:26 AM|
The backwards / forwards buttons doesn't show any more of the missing results for me
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||yesdir||5/24/12 9:36 AM|
What Today button? What arrow keys? Are you sure you're in the right place?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||yesdir||5/24/12 9:43 AM|
Click on an actual date in the mini calendar
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||kcmuppet||5/24/12 11:41 AM|
Yes, I'm sure thank you,. Read above & you'll see what others are referring to
Doesn't make any difference - just shows results=18 but lists two
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||aidosnet||5/27/12 12:08 AM|
the same happens to me:
I've got 29 results but gcalendar only show me 22
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||1blessedjourney||6/7/12 8:48 AM|
Looks like this feature has not been fixed yet. I've tried to go to the previous year and search but same result.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||strongfinger||6/7/12 9:27 AM|
i have already posted a detailed reply as to how one needs to search properly within google calendar. i don't like the requirements but that's the way it is. search for the posts under my name.
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|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Web_Boy_62||6/12/12 5:44 AM|
Ok So now it's June 2012 - and there still seems to be no way to do this ...
A simple "Show All Results" button would do the trick ...
This is really annoying.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||batmanhush||6/13/12 10:56 AM|
I know it's rare, and expensive, and tricky. But I have Google Calendars syncing with my iPhone and iPad, and searching the Google Calendars there gives me all the search results I need. Seeing as how this discussion has been going on since 2009, this iOS might be our only bet.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||strongfinger||6/13/12 12:01 PM|
yeah, it's a good work-around.
not to add more fuel to the now 3-year complainer bonfire, but iDevices have other google issues that i seem cannot work through. namely, time zone issues.
i live in a part of north america that does not adhere to the silliness we refer to as daylight savings time. so every 6 months i have scheduling trouble.
it's gets more fun as this time zone i am in (central) covers other provinces which do adhere to daylight savings. i'm not saying it's easy to manage, it's just made worse by google calendar and iThing usage.
your solution is good for us with iDevices.
thanks for that,
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||ksparta||6/16/12 9:00 AM|
OK - If you click on the down arrow to the right of the box where you type your search term, you will pull up a box that gives you the ability to enter a start and end date. Not entirely intuitive, but it works.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||kcmuppet||6/16/12 9:31 AM|
No it doesn't. I just tried - got 32 results, google calendar showed 14
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||strongfinger||6/16/12 9:42 AM|
read earlier posts that described how to fix this issue.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||kcmuppet||6/16/12 9:45 AM|
Enlighten me - which post?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||dscattergood||6/20/12 11:38 AM|
Randall - I love the effort you've put into this but I cannot duplicate your results. I switched to Firefox from Chrome as you suggested, put in the proper date range (in this instance 1/1/2012 through 6/20/2012 and did the search. Results stop at Feb 14th, when I've got basically the same distribution of events every month. The results are consistent with everyone else - "70 results found", but only 19 displayed. If I'm doing something wrong I'd love to hear it - between this and the "GMT on Invitation" issues I'm just about ready to dump GCal. Thanks, Don
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||strongfinger||6/20/12 1:46 PM|
i just confirmed that what used to work, no longer does.
what can i say, i've got nothing.
i am dumping gcal as well. the big deal-breaker is the time zone dysfunction that is having us mess up appointments with our clients. we have gone back to paper!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||BlueCat766||7/5/12 6:51 PM|
Has anyone considered using a tool such as GreaseMonkey to build a USABLE interface for this, post it and publicize it, and EMBARRASS Google into putting the effort in to fix this?
Imagine Google dealing with this "If you'd like to FIX your disfunctional Google Calendar, try this solution!" being bandied about Lifehacker and the like...
Anyone out there with the skill and the time?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Dorkside1||7/18/12 11:25 AM|
lets say after a few years
the problem is still here !!!!
I really like google calendar.
and i am really not planning on exporting everything to a different calendar.
But this really needs to be fixed.
Next to this the search function on adroid isnt verry good either...
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||cxt||8/3/12 7:17 AM|
2012. Still not fixed
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||kendrickho||8/8/12 6:42 PM|
I have used Google calendar for 3 years and this problem is still hanging there...
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||nizejpodpisany||8/9/12 8:35 AM|
There is a pretty easy way to get next results:
1. Click on a date of the last event shown in search results - it will take you to the daily view of that day
2. Click on a search button again - search results will be displayed starting from that day
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Cece423||8/9/12 5:38 PM|
Thank you! This works when viewing my calendar on my laptop. (Attn: kcmuppet--you have to re-enter your search term in the "What" box.) I chose dates from 8/9/00 to today and got all 76 results that my original search found but showed only 6.
Now, is there a way to do this using Google Calendar on an Android smartphone? I just upgraded to an HTC ONE X. The search worked fine forward and backward in my old Palm Pre Plus (WebOS) using an app called Google Calendar Search but I don't see such an app in Google Play.
Would appreciate any suggestions.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||MikeDak||8/15/12 5:23 AM|
I enter advanced search...and click on result...but when I click on 'Search button again, it's invalid because the basic search window in blank. What am I missing?
(I Can't believe Google does not have a real fix for this...)
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Furyk||8/16/12 10:54 AM|
Yeah we use the G-Cal in our Law-firm for docketing purposes and it is basically useless for this. We Need to be able to see everything that is upcoming in a case not just month by month. Also if it says "Showing 200 Results for ____" then why can i only see 20. An obvious glitch/over-site - FIX THIS Google (and yes we still love you)
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||macdeebers||8/17/12 2:29 AM|
Thank you - at last something works for me.
I use the advanced search options showing the date range, then click on the last listed date on the mini-calendar to expand my search results!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||MikeDak||8/17/12 4:37 AM|
macdeebers: Please clarify what exactly you're doing...I can;t get it to work. What browser RU using?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||macdeebers||8/17/12 8:27 AM|
I'm using Safari on Mac OSX Lion, but it does work on Firefox too.
Screenshot attached - this is when I expanded my view by clicking on 29 March in the Mini calendar.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Blackcat56||8/30/12 8:34 PM|
This worked for me, as said a bit of a run around but at least you can see results. Using Chrome on windows 7.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||VasilikiA||9/7/12 4:11 AM|
This worked for me, thank you Macdeebers. At least it's a workaround solution for now.
But GOOGLE, please fix this! It is really important sometimes for work purposes to be able to use the search function. It helps me go back and manage follow-ups with clients, etc. and to be honest I am seriously considering going back to Outlook since you haven't found a solution for this in so long!!!! I was expecting by now there would be one from GOOGLE!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||KatherineG||9/16/12 4:12 PM|
Thanks for letting us know about this issue. I'm checking in with my team about it and if they have any feedback I'm happy to let you know. Otherwise, consider your concerns heard!
Thanks for your patience!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||VasilikiA||9/16/12 11:12 PM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||BristolPete||9/17/12 2:10 AM|
Please Katherine don't let us down. This query has been running for years now with no attempt from Google to correct a problem, that from the correspondence, you can see is not a "minor issue".
I wouldn't have thought a simple search was a huge issue for your programers. Your users really do want this - the only question is does Google care? At the moment all the evidence is an emphatic "NO!". Please prove that wrong.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||cxt||10/25/12 12:28 AM|
Sorry, but when I click on the last date on the mini-calendar, it just takes me to the view of that day. No additional search results. I'm in Europe. Is it because the calendar is defaulting to a European version with fewer features? This is so frustrating.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||MikeDak||10/25/12 4:41 AM|
@CXT: If you navigate the mini-cal to an earlier date...you'll see older events...not ideal, but it works. You can also export the cal and open and do a NORMAL search in Outlook. (C'mon google...this is silly!)
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||KatherineG||10/25/12 4:44 PM|
@cxt, you should be able to move the time frame, by clicking on a different number - what do you mean "last date"? You shouldn't be on a different version of calendar than others.
Do know the team is aware of the feedback on this issue :)
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||sal78||11/6/12 9:17 PM|
I've FINALLY found a solution to this problem!!!!!!!!
---> use THUNDERBIRD instead!
Searching works perfectly. I can see EVERY match for my search terms, even when there are thousands of matches.
Goodbye, Google Calendar. I can't believe it's been four years, and you still haven't resolved this. Un-freaking-believable....
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||shoshke||11/7/12 7:17 PM|
Yes, yes -- I was just reminded by reading in another post in this forum -- on the far right side of the Google Calendar search box is a very tiny -- miniscule -- almost invisible, pale, light gray arrow. If you click on that arrow, you get an expanded search window,
Then you type your query there instead -- but you have to put in a date range -- just put a crazy early beginning date to ensure you get all the results.
The ONLY hard part is remembering that this teensy weensy arrow exists. It is not labelled, but it's there.
If Google would just put a WORD or two with a link (like "advanced search") instead of an unintelligible hidden icon, this maddening problem would be so easily remedied.
So, it's there in Google all along. There is simply nothing communicable, even in a "help" forum.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||sal78||11/8/12 4:28 AM|
@shoshke - It doesn't work. Not for me, anyway.
I want to search my calendar for the word "the", using the date range 1st Jan 2000 to 7th Nov 2012. I have EXACTLY the same calendar data on Google Calendar AND Thunderbird. Here's what happens:
Says that there are "200 Results"
...But it only displays 23 of them, all of which occurred in June 2012. I have no idea why it chooses June 2012... WTF?
...and I can't scroll forward or backwards to see the other "177 results"!! (although I KNOW there are more than 200 results - see below).
Ok, Thunderbird doesn't actually count the results. But by the size of the list I'm guessing there are at least 5000 results. There are certainly WAAAY mare than the "200 Results" Google Calendar says there are. However many there are, I can see ALL OF THEM! Easily and clearly. I can drill down to ones that only occur on certain calendars (I have 15 different calendars), narrow the date range easily, or double-click on any result in the list to edit it or get more details. EASY!
And my results list can now be sorted in either direction by Title, Start Date, End Date, Location, etc etc etc.
Sorry Google, but you need to try MUCH harder!
Calendar Search = EPIC FAIL
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Eddy Adriaenssens (Cloud Sol)||11/23/12 1:37 AM|
Would be nice to see the scrollbar enabled for this. I have this request from 3 customers in the past year so asking Google to put it on their roadmap.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||RossGoodman||12/4/12 4:18 AM|
I agree, it looks like the DISPLAY of the results is tied to your currently selected date.
The number of results is for your whole calendar.
I have got into the habit of selecting a really old date in the past before I do a search - then it works as I expect!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Crazy8tes||12/7/12 3:49 PM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||James L. Thibodeaux||1/23/13 5:20 AM|
Hi Google. It's 2013 and this problem still persists. That's over 3 years! Really enjoying Gmail and Calendar, but please get this fixed.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Iain McAllister||1/23/13 3:12 PM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||J22sailing||2/5/13 4:40 AM|
Found another work around to this same issue and it has to do with screen size: I saw more search entries on my monitor screen than my laptop screen so I rotated the monitor 90 degrees and was able to see / print ALL of the search results.
One stiff neck later one problem solved but now need a massage
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Christopher W||2/11/13 10:21 AM|
So its a display limitation!
If I reduce the page size (Ctrl-), then it continues to add results for viewing. Although, the font is pretty unreadable by the time you reduce it to display much more than 50 results.
I don't really consider the issue fixed.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||twliterary||2/11/13 1:38 PM|
Has anyone at Google addressed this issue? The inability to see all results to a simple calendar search is just silly. This was flagged nearly FOUR YEARS ago. What is Google's plan & schedule to address this straightforward request from many, many users?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Rik Prenen||2/13/13 1:21 AM|
Well thanks for this one, just what i was looking for.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||bruce stein||2/14/13 8:01 AM|
I have the same problem. My solution:
The root of the problem (I've noticed) is when you make "duplicate events" in order to copy the data into new events. Those duplicates don't get 'displayed' in the search results, but they do get 'found'.
However, if you make a new calendar event (and copy/paste the info into the new event), it does show up as both 'found' and also 'displayed'. Try it out - I've stopped using the duplicate event function.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||PhotographyByMiguel||4/30/13 7:11 AM|
I too am experiencing the problem of an incomplete list of returns on a search. As suggested by someone else, I selected the grey Search Options arrow, entered a start date earlier than when I started using GCal and the search, returned all the items it found as per the ? Results for search. It worked this time!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Jon Bauer||5/24/13 9:56 AM|
This is a HUGE PITA for me too. Google, please fix this!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Rich Janis||6/7/13 3:22 PM|
Yep. That's what we get from google system designers, programmers, and product managers! Even their Web search is only as good as it is b/c of huge manual efforts on top of the automated system; they make that effort b/c of the $$ it generates. Maybe when they monetize the calendar search we'll see some improvement; but note that their email search is still inadequate and feature-deficient, too.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tosione||6/10/13 6:41 AM|
now its 2013 and still the same problem, dissapointing
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Andrae Muys||6/12/13 2:39 AM|
Google embarrasses itself by marking this the 'best answer'; it is manifestly inadequate, and a gross parody of search.
Between this and retiring Reader, it is clear Google no longer cares to support its users. I will be migrating asap and taking with me as many of my non-tech literate family and friends as possible.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Wingerr||6/14/13 9:49 AM|
The search for past events is possible using the drop down marker icon to the right of the search field, but the search may be misleading if you enter a search range wider than 2 years.
There should be a mention that the past events search is restricted to a window of 2 years; even though there's NO indication anywhere that it's limited in this way. I determined this purely by trial and experimentation.
The results will show the wide date range with "no results" if entry of a wider date search range is entered, even though there *are* actually events within the range.
However, they will show up if the search range is subsequently narrowed to the allowable 2 year window.
What this means is, you need to select two year windows for your search and do it in increments; so if you want to check for all events from 2008 to present, you need to start with a search range of 2008 to 2010, then search 2010-12, and then 2012 to present. The dates can be manually entered in the date field instead of furiously clicking the advance arrow to get to the desired range, however, it allows you to enter the overly large range, which will then not show any hits at all.
The end date shown below was automatically set when the start date was clicked on, representing the maximum search range:
*** Now if you first manually enter the start date, and THEN click on the date with the popup selection calendar, you'll see the end date is automatically changed to the limited range. Then it becomes a valid search range that will work.
Don't know the reason for the inexplicable two year limit, but it is what it is- maybe it's to reduce load on their system from unrestricted searches.
If Google saw fit to at least make this limitation known, there may have been less unhappy campers. ;)
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Jon Bauer||6/14/13 9:53 AM|
Crazy! Isn't Google a SEARCH company!!!!?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Rich Janis||6/14/13 10:10 AM|
NO! Google is a MARKETING company that began by marketing a Web search product. They couldn't care less about millions of people's frustrations with their inadequate and, in many ways incompetent, calendar and email search products, because they haven't monetized those products (yet).
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Rich Janis||6/14/13 10:22 AM|
Thanks for those suggestions, Wingerr. I had been selecting my start date by viewing the desired start date in my calendar, but your suggestion is easier.
As for your guess that the reason for the two year limit might be to reduce load on their system, I doubt it. They don't seem to have such a limit on their email search, and I'd guess that the workload from email search is orders of magnitude greater than that from calendar search. I think the reason is that they just don't care, and--despite all that they do to promote their image as a company of geniuses--there are plenty of deficiencies (especially in the area of common sense, such as pointed out in this thread) among their various products.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Wingerr||6/14/13 10:50 AM|
As I was testing it further, it didn't seem to do the same thing it was before when I entered the start date, then went back and clicked on it... Color me perplexed. It was doing it consistently enough just before, and after I posted that, it no longer did it. Almost like Google saw the comment and immediately made an update.. yeah riiiight - ha!.
I dunno, while the end date does still seem to automatically readjust when I click on the start date, it's not following any pattern I can discern. And I did run some wide ranging date ranges and it seemed to pick up the items even though the span went beyond two years. Mysterious-
As far as the results spilling beyond the end of the screen with the scroll bar being unable to travel down, I found I can see more of the result hits by just holding down the CTRL button and using the scroll wheel of the mouse to reduce the zoom to mini-me size, it's then basically unreadable but you can see the hits, and by hovering over the item, a popup displays the title of the event, which you can also click, and then zoom back up to normal size to work with.
Even doing so, the number of results don't always match the claimed number of hits when there's a large number of hits, maybe from the duplicates events mentioned on an earlier post I saw.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||bruce stein||6/14/13 11:47 AM|
I'm the one who mentioned that duplicate events do not show up on search. It's actually improved in that sometimes duplicates do show up - sometimes they don't.
Google Calendar search is very inconsistent in finding events. I tend to run 2 or 3 searches for any given event. But worse than that, is that some events show up in my phone and not in the PC, and vice-versa.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Wingerr||6/14/13 11:57 AM|
Experimenting further, when I tried searching for something that would return a large number of hits, such as 'the', when I put a wide search range, the status showed:
200 results for the when: 11/1/2006 - 12/25/2013
The actual number of hits should actually be more than 200, but that's as many as it can return.
As a result the first hit showed up as one in 2010 instead of 2006, and omitted all the earlier ones that actually does show up if I used a smaller date range, such as:
67 results for the when: 11/1/2006 - 12/25/2008
It apparently can only show a limited window of 200 hit results, and the events displayed are affected by the end date and truncate the starting events with some unknown algorithm if the span goes beyond that.
I guess the key is to watch out if the number of hits reaches a 200 hits, because then it'll misleadingly start to omit the earlier events without indication. In that case, reduce the date range until the number of hits drops below 200.
If the hits go beyond a screenful of about 40 hits, you also need to start changing the date range to be able to review all the results, and do the incremental searches.
Duplicate event hits, limited number of hits, screen scrolling limitations, this Mysterious Google Calendar..
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Haraldur Magnússon||7/7/13 2:02 AM|
the arrow buttons next to the Today button don't show in the search result window
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Patrick Tai||8/27/13 8:36 PM|
Just adding my voice. It is incredible that Google does not address this very serious usability issue. As it stands now, with the work-around posted, this calendar search is not usable. You cannot see or download the complete search result is of no use. If you run a business and depends on calendar for keeping track of works, you are in trouble is finding and showing your boss or colleague what have been done.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Awfki||9/3/13 7:25 AM|
Expanding slightly on macdeebers answer: when you've got the drop down open with the search options change the date range to start before the earliest occurrence and it will show all of them.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Patrick Tai||9/3/13 6:40 PM|
I was doing what you have suggested but this does not help.
What I finally find out is that how many number of search result records displayed depends on how big your screen is. So if I either do the search on a BIG screen or shrink the text to the smallest, I can see all the search result records.
This is a REAL problem. If I have more search result records for the reasonable prized biggest screen I can buy, I have no way to know if I can see ALL the records. This problem to me making this "display" mechanism USELESS. User does not have any confident the search result is showing all.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||surfcastman||10/15/13 7:19 PM|
Is there a telephone number for the Google calendar programming group that we can call, or better yet, is there ANY Google number we can call to open a problem ticket on this bug?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||PeterI||11/20/13 12:38 AM|
Wow - I see this is still an issue more than four years later. Come on Google, the calendar is the weakest business tool in Google Apps (for our use) and needs some serious work to make it a real contender to Outlook.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||CroccodileX||1/9/14 8:35 AM|
I found a workaround. 1. Selcet the earliest date on the calendar on left hand side to search from 2. Search on '*
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||luca a.||2/28/14 7:59 AM|
same problem here, so annoying!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||username11111234234||3/15/14 10:55 AM|
GOOGLE GET WITH THE PROGRAM!
This would take a programmer 3 hours to fix, including bug check and checkin! And would save tens of thousands of people hundreds of hours. Do you really want people to use your services or what?
What's the bloody point of continually grasping wildly at millions of ideas and never completing one? So many of your products are good, but just a few hours short of being INSANELY AWESOME. Why do you stop when you are so close to breakthrough services? Maybe you let the mass of people who can barely spell "calendar" drive where you spend your effort. That's sad.
Don't chase the sheeple, lead them.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Joseph Lyman||4/23/14 12:26 PM|
I'm just here to chime in... Google, you're really disappointing with your head-in-the-sand approach to this very minor issue.
You probably already know this Google, but for every 1 person that complains in a forum, 10-100 more never bother. Perhaps a few thousand unsatisfied users don't matter to you, I don't know. Perhaps you really, really can't figure out how to fix the problem and need to hire some new talent, I don't know.
Whatever the issue is, please take a few moments of your time and fix it? Some of us here may be current or future Google Business product candidates, and this kind of nonsense really isn't selling what you have to offer.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||(unknown)||5/13/14 9:01 PM|
Same issue here. Workaround possible but a global view would help a lot.
|Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Cece423||5/14/14 12:08 PM|
I found a nice little app for Android on the Play Store called Google Web Calendar Utils or GCU that works very well on searches. You need in internet connex to use it. I think I paid $3.99, but there is a free version that allows you to try it out first. Make sure you know how to use your screenshot before using the free version.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Nietzsche66||5/27/14 2:06 PM|
NICE WORK! Good catch, but it remains unacceptable that this is not more intuitive/fixed!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Joshua Wilms||6/19/14 11:45 PM|
So, I'm clearly not the only person who has experienced issues searching events in my Google calendar.
This has worked quite well, although, in my search, there were still a few events missing which I couldn't work out why. I double checked that they were still in my calendar, but they don't show up in search results.
Now, what would be awesome, is if there was a way you could print out the search results along with the NOTES that have been made for each event, rather than having to open each event individually and then print them. Like a summary print of the search results... but evidently that's not gonna be happening any time soon if they can't even rectify the search function properly.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Keygoddess||7/18/14 12:42 PM|
Thank you so much. This DEFINITELY works!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||bruce stein||7/19/14 9:09 AM|
you CAN print your entire calendar with notes:
1. where you select Day/Week/Month/Agenda, select Agenda button
2. next to the Agenda button, there's the More pull-down, select Print
3. at the Print Range, select date range
4. at the Font Size, select Smallest
5. press Print Descriptions
6. hit Print, or Save As.
7. you're done
I do this every few months just to be safe. Let's be honest, Google can one day decide to re-do the Calendar without warning, and I certainly don't want to lose several years worth of information!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Wingerr||7/19/14 10:16 AM|
That was very helpful; saved it all to a single pdf file on my local drive. Makes it possible to perform quick searches on keywords to locate events.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Xx-Ness-xX||7/30/14 7:47 AM|
That is a quick workaround, thanks!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||johnseb||8/13/14 12:38 AM|
I thought Google did a good search engine? They seem to have forgotten this one. How about an easy way to navigate all results BY DEFAULT!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||mskay||8/20/14 7:16 PM|
That is an excellent suggestion! Thank you! Unfortunately in 2014 this issue has not been resolved....
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||jamiemhchung||9/4/14 7:02 PM|
it's not working for me. I HATE this.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||donjosephbrand||9/7/14 1:13 AM|
After not being successful with the "best answer" here is what I do:
Put in the term you are searching for in the search field and press search (the magnifying glass symbol). This gives the 6 most recent entries. Then press the letter p (for "previous", I guess) and you will notice that the grey box in the small calendar on the side moves up through the dates and along with it the list expands to include those dates. When it comes to the last entry of the searched-for term your list will be completed. If you want to go forward rather than backward press the letter n (for "next"?)
Then you press the entry that you want on the presented list in the widow and this will bring you to the designated date on the gmail calendar. Find the event you are interested in and open it if you wish. Then press the search button again and you will get back to the list beginning with the event you just clicked on. And continue.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Kenneth Zhang||9/18/14 3:51 AM|
I came across this thread.. and spent sometime researching.. I think you can go very high, to 1000 or something. hope this helps someone.
url calendar(xml) bla bla /basic?max-results=500
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||GOOGLEHEAD||9/18/14 4:15 AM|
Is this a link?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Kenneth Zhang||9/18/14 4:24 AM|
Yes, all google calendars have links, either public or private where private links are accessible to everyone even if you don't login... so don't distribute this.
Public ones are public obviously.
go for the xml ones.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Felim_Doyle||9/19/14 5:42 AM|
I does not seem to work as documented in How to search in Google Calendar.
I am still not convinced that I'm getting the full set of results despite including a wide date range. Also, the result count is still wrong!
Even with the suggested workaround of using the mini calendar, it's clumsy and misleading as it gives the impression that you are seeing all of the results or at least the correct count for all of the results.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||raphealey||9/19/14 7:04 AM|
This no longer works either. I used to get all the results a year ago. This is a problem that needs to be fixed pronto.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Mike Konikoff||9/23/14 9:09 PM|
Does not work for me. Using the Date search does not work if the start and end date are in different calendar months. When the start and end date are within the same calendar month, it works. Frigging unbelievable.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||takakano||10/5/14 4:14 AM|
つくったGoogle Calendar とPrint Out が一致しない。5時から１１時P.Mのないようが午後4時までしかPrint Outできない。
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||takakano||10/5/14 4:17 AM|
The result of printing is different from PC displa(google Calendar). HOw do I correct the problem?.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Vladimir Amiorkov||10/16/14 5:07 AM|
Still not able to do a simple search :(. The described workarounds do not work for what I am doing and the fact that this is a searching bug in a product from the biggest search engine company in the work is a funny and sad at the same time.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||MikeDak||10/16/14 6:17 AM|
Yes...frustrating we're still talking about this...this utility will export nicely to a spreadsheet...very useful in my case.
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|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Make Kay||10/20/14 9:48 AM|
This did not work for me
Often, it's not even showing ANY results at all, so I couldn't even go to an old date on the mini calendar if I wanted to!
Any other suggestions?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Tarmo F.||11/4/14 12:31 AM|
Looks like the search function is working fine in Adroid google calender.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||J.C. Schaumleffel||11/4/14 7:03 AM|
And the same here as everyone else...all search results do not list and the printing ability for those that do is nasty. All I wanted to do was to search a calendar for specific events and print that list. So, I had the issue with not having all the applicable results populating correctly. And even trying to print what I had was ugly because of how it chopped text from the page ends/breaks. I tried some suggestions above without any luck and ended up doing the following:
Fix (well...sort of):
1. Tried opening calendar in Firefox and IE to see if that helped...nope!
2. Went back to Chrome and performed the calendar search again for the items I was after.
3. Went to the setting tab and zoomed out until all the results were populating in the results window (I had a total of 21 results of which only 14 were showing on the initial search...zooming out allowed all the results to be show, however, I had to go down to 33% and things were barely readable.
4. Clicked on the print button in the upper right hand corner which opened the print control window. Interestingly enough, this window was not zoomed out...it was normal size and such were the items I wanted to print!
5. Fixing page break cutoffs noted in the print preview: from here I chose to print in landscape, unchecked the print headers/footers and then set margins for "custom" and went into the document side and adjust the margins so the page breaks were not cutting off text.
Next steps to try: (Google, this is where you might want to pay attention and address the issue...please):
1. Try some non Google apps on Android and see if I am able to list and print from these apps.
2. See if I can sync my Google Calendar to another platform (Microsoft, Yahoo...anyone that allows for a stable and user friendly search/print/save function. The only time I would use the alternative service is then I need to search/print/save.
3. Hope that someone else can come up with something better.
I feel like this seems really stupid, however, it was the best I could come up with. It is worth noting that the Android Google calendar app lists searches appropriately, however, there is no way to save or print them (which is why I mentioned looking at other Android apps above).
Good luck all and thanks for sharing!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||matrixunloaded||11/13/14 10:37 AM|
I agree with all the other posters. This is ridiculous for Google not to address and fix.
I have tried everything under the sun. Using Chrome is worthless – it displays only five results.
Using Firefox and using the side calendar to go back to the earliest occurrence, I am able to print 21 results to a page. But I have over 200 search results and this is a ridiculous problem that Google has known for many years about and has chosen not to fix. I'll be moving my calendar away from Google as soon as I can find an application to export it. Additionally, Chrome seems to be inferior to other browsers.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Sherryl Radbil||11/13/14 7:40 PM|
Thank you J.C. Schaumleffel for the zoom out fix, it does allow to see more results, though not all.
I have been using Yahoo calendar since the late 90's, but the search has been slightly broken for over a year (no easy way to set start/end dates) and the last month is really broken (you can't search at all, page freezes). So I exported to .ics and imported to Google cal and am dismayed to see that Google isn't much better when it comes to long term search. As long as I search for few events Google does work whereas Yahoo doesn't.
Really it's amazing that these companies can't get basic functionality right?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Rich Janis||11/13/14 10:41 PM|
What's even more amazing is that there isn't a maelstrom of complaint via blogs, tweets, and published newspaper and magazine articles highlighting the unbelievably inadequate function and interface of Google's search tools for their email and calendar.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||matrixunloaded||11/14/14 9:03 AM|
Rich Janis – GOOD IDEA!
Since this thread has been active now for over five years, with over 260 posts and no response from Google, maybe it's time for everyone concerned with this issue to start searching for reviews of calendars, many of which have glowing reviews for Google calendar, and post a comment about this problem and the nonresponsiveness of Google in fixing it. Here's a link that can be included with any comment: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/calendar/j64BvyFwvuM[1-25-false] so that a reader can see the frustration many of us are having with this unaddressed problem with Google calendar. There are probably those more adept than I am at social media that could probably do the same in that venue.
Just a thought. It might finally get Google's attention.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||slt_2009||11/26/14 4:09 PM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||e11world||11/29/14 3:43 PM|
This is spot on of what I was going to say. Google really need to fix these simple SEARCH issues coming from a SEARCH ENGINE company.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Sabnaz||11/30/14 6:11 AM|
That really works.Great answer. As I was trying a search field was only showing 23 results with two different search,but with mini calendar it helped.
Thanks a Lot
On Monday, August 3, 2009 4:56:46 AM UTC+4, tjmillar wrote:
Google labs has posted a Jump to Date feature which fixes this issue. Just select a year prior to the earliest one you need to search to, then jump to date, then search. All found items will show up in the list, not just the most recent ones.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Kristina Andersen||12/5/14 12:16 AM|
Også her - meget irrirterende!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||rob111||12/23/14 3:47 PM|
Almost unbelievable that this thread is online since 2009, yet the bug is still there!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Matt Sandler||12/30/14 2:54 AM|
Update, Dec, 2014: Try chrome. Results that were visible in chrome without workarounds were not appearing in firefox.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||jpat10||1/6/15 3:44 PM|
I think Google would prefer that you use an iPhone ;) If you are synching your iPhone to your Google Account (Gmail, Calendar, Contacts), you can open up the iOS Apple Calendar App and search (magnifying icon) and see the complete results of your search. I'm guessing this would work on an iPad too, though I have not tried.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Laura Burris||1/9/15 10:04 AM|
It stuns me that Google STILL hasn't fixed this issue!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Anthon Mecham||1/12/15 2:58 PM|
I have also found that the Google Calendar is lacking in this option. Yes, you can look at the searched items but only by clicking a date in the mini calendar. The ideal would be that when you search for an item on your calendar it would bring up a list. If you could only show, say the first 25 items, there should be a next button to look at the next 25 items. Google makes some amazing products and over all I love the calendar but this is a quirky issue that they need to address. It is not up to par compared to their other programs.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Tess Kitchen||1/19/15 2:32 PM|
This should be a high priority fix, please Google!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||computerwhiz59||1/28/15 1:51 PM|
have the same problem wish Google will fix this!!!!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||computerwhiz59||1/28/15 2:27 PM|
I do not see the grey arrow does not show up on my calendar
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||michaelanthonyhyland||2/5/15 11:11 AM|
I know this is an old post, but has ANYONE figured this out yet? How on earth have they not fixed this yet? It's INSANE!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||cee.sando||2/15/15 1:37 PM|
this is an excellent work around. thank you YodaG!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||France Choa||3/11/15 7:49 PM|
find a past event last year
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Censorship_is_EVIL||3/18/15 8:34 AM|
Six years later and still broken. Sad.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Leon Rozanov||3/30/15 4:26 AM|
Such a shame they still haven't fixed this.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||rlwalker2||4/3/15 2:09 PM|
The year is 2015 and the problem still exists. Obviously Google is a bunch of rookies who simply don't care. What other reason could there be for not creating a "user friendly" solution to this problem. If you search for all the items with a certain criteria and then try to print them it should be obvious that all items are probably wanted to be printed. Egad.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||JayDee GreenBay||4/16/15 12:11 PM|
This is very frustrating, mostly because the calendar search fine on my Samsung S4 (Android)
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||John Cini||4/30/15 4:40 AM|
The immediate solution that everyone can use, courtesy of Bruce Stein, 7/19/14:
Print your entire calendar with notes. Print to PDF, then search the PDF. It's simple:
1. Where you select Day/Week/Month/Agenda, select Agenda button
2. Next to the Agenda button, under the More pull-down, select Print
3. At the Print Range, select date range
4. At the Font Size, select Smallest
5. Press Print Descriptions
6. Hit Print, or Save As.
7. You're done
Bruce said, "I do this every few months just to be safe. Let's be honest, Google can one day decide to re-do the Calendar without warning, and I certainly don't want to lose several years worth of information!" I printed nearly an entire decade, 2007-2015, into one PDF document, and it's only 3MB. I load up my calendar, so it has a LOT of notes, but searching for anything in the PDF is still super-fast (immediate).
If you don't know how to print to PDF, get the free program "PDF Redirect" at http://www.exp-systems.com. Then you can always print documents to PDF, saving them on your computer. I've used this program for almost 10 years. It's completely free, even for commercial use, with no tricks at install, no nagware, no popups, no watermarks, no hassles at all.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Ulrik Claesson||5/11/15 2:01 AM|
Now it's 2015 and this problem still seems to be around.... Or is fixed but I don't understand how to use the search function so it displays the entire list of found events?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||rick.davies||5/18/15 2:14 AM|
284 comments and still no action by Google! Amazing...
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||JayDee GreenBay||5/18/15 6:09 AM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Rich Janis||5/18/15 7:20 AM|
That's NOTHING to Google. 20284 just MIGHT get their attenion!
No ads there; no $$ there for them.
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|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Cheesyryan||6/4/15 1:53 PM|
Six years later and still no fix. This is ridiculous. :/
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Christn||6/8/15 9:42 AM|
Go to the earliest date you want the search to start and then do the search.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||rick.davies||6/8/15 10:35 AM|
This worked for me, to some extent. It listed 68 of the events I searched for. I then went to the most recent date on this list, then searched again. It then came up with a further 68 events. Is there something special about the number 68?
Still its a whole lot better than what i was getting before. Thanks
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SARAH PALUMBO||6/8/15 1:54 PM|
Fix this, PLEASE. It is crazy to not display all the search results.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||clyfton||6/15/15 7:23 AM|
Adding my name to the petition to Google for a fix.
This bug affects me as there are far more results in my search than are displayed and I want to be able to see/scroll through/print/save ALL my results, not just the tiny bit google decided I am allowed to.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Nicole Pettigrew||6/15/15 12:18 PM|
google please fix this already. I mean COME ON!!!!!!!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Cheesyryan||7/1/15 7:54 PM|
For what it's worth, I've discovered that the search feature using the Google Calendar app on my phone yields complete search results. If you're frustrated with your desktop, give your phone a try!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Tabbytab||7/2/15 6:34 AM|
Please fix this. I had no troubles with this before this past week. This is really annoying.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Oil Works||7/7/15 7:28 AM|
Actually, regarding the original question, it's quite simple to do a search, and then move the mini calendar back as far as you need, click the date, and then it will pull everything up. It's logical and something our company does everyday.
HOWEVER, Google calendar has stopped working June 17-24, 2015 and now AGAIN July 1 until present. This means that searching for an item no longer brings up correct information--whether or not you move the mini calendar back or not.
Here is some information that I have found.
On a different thread, one person stated that they had tried on 3 different browsers on 2 different computers and still had the same issue, although the search did work on a mobile device and tablet. Interestingly, another said the search was successful on a Mac.
I tried calling Google yesterday and the first 2 places said there was no helpline for calendar issues and were little to no help. One suggested I go to this page https://support.google.com/business/?hl=en&cfnti=escalationflow.c2c&cft=5&rd=2#offline&topic=4539639 and click "contact" in the top right corner. I clicked to have someone call me and very politely informed them about what was going on with the Calendar and that I thought that Google would want to know that their calendar search engine is just not at the Google quality and standard that they have set the standard for. I let her know that the calendar had been down from June 17-24 and from July 1 to now. She was very nice and helped as best she could. She couldn't find a calendar department either, but was able to send a message to some department that could hopefully help and said she would be back in touch with me.
Also, one of the representatives that I spoke to made it sound like I just needed to keep posting a new question on the calendar forum until it got answered by an expert. Although that seems a bit like spam to me. I don't want to annoy anyone...just would like to help get this resolved for all of us.
Finally, you may find other information on this thread as well: https://groups.google.com/a/googleproductforums.com/d/msgid/calendar/5244fbae-3c63-4b2a-b667-692e0acd477d%40googleproductforums.com.
It's not a huge help, but perhaps a step in the right direction.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||hiscp||7/9/15 3:08 PM|
Sunrise Calendar shows all results!!! I have been keeping my Google Calendar as I learn and adjust to Sunrise Calendar. The only reason that I used my Google Calendar today was because I was looking for an old appointment and I did not think it would show up on Sunrise. Had the same problem everyone else is writing about, which I was not able to find and that is why I am on this forum now.. Turns out that Sunrise had updated old and new appointments and I was able to find it there. Sunrise can be customized to show Google activity if you need to keep Google for work or other coordination.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||MikeDak||7/10/15 3:19 AM|
Hmmm...only seems to go back to 2014 for me.
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|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||gjwpromo1||7/14/15 7:41 AM|
This may be coincidental with some fix, but I went to the GoogleApps box, clicked on Calendar and search is working again. No promises!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||gjwpromo1||7/14/15 7:43 AM|
Sorry, it must have been a hallucination, not working anymore.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Christian Mörsch||7/17/15 6:50 AM|
I got the same issue and it is 2015. Please Google update web Gcal finally (to material design). And get rid of problems like this while you're at it. Thanks!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Dell Thompson||7/20/15 4:46 PM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Christine Mathias||7/26/15 5:52 PM|
Yup. I'm having the same ridiculous problem. I need to search my calendar and only the most recent hits show up...even when I set parameters to go back to the beginning of the year.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Kate Williamson||7/30/15 12:04 PM|
I have a total of 24 items that I am searching for with Google calendar, but google only lists 6 of the most recent ones. Per someone else's suggestion, I added Sunrise calendar, which lists 12 of the 24 items that the Google calendar found. Appears to be finding items just from the past year, not older ones and I don't readily see an option there for searching a wider time frame, like you can with Google calendar. Sunrise is a Google product - what gives?? Can't they just add a fix to google calendar instead of forcing a whole new calendar which is still not right, but better????
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Dell Thompson||7/30/15 12:27 PM|
Google Can you please let us know the status of this fixing this flaw in calendar search?
Also, on another note:
Why does this help forum default to the oldest comment at the top? A queue like this should be LIFO - that would be better UI design. Maybe there is a way to change that but I could not find it. Ahhh, you Google folks are brilliant at so many things - but UI design is definitely not one of them.
Also, you should have the most recent response from Google at the top.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Robert Howcroft||7/31/15 8:44 AM|
The Google calendar product support help page says that you can only search for future events ... this was not made to be easily used as a "diary" so :
I had to make my painful way back to the earliest event in my calendar/diary and click on that day before I could do a decent search ! It would be nice if there was an easy way to change the year like when you change the month at the moment.
I have now made a new event with a place holder word at the earliest date in my calendar/diary so I can search for it first, I click on that day and then the next search returns results from that date onwards.
If you get too many events returned by the search then use the keyboard shortcut "n" to get the next page of search results, but beware, there is no easy way to page back again.
I will write this up in my calendar/diary now as quite an experience
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Kate Williamson||7/31/15 9:01 AM|
I found that if you use the "jump to date" feature (which might be an add on from Labs) - and enter a date before the date that you want to use to start your search, it comes up with everything from that point forward. Stupid work around, but it got me the full list of 27 items that I needed. However, when I try to print it, only the 1st 14 show.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Sheila Janakos||8/13/15 7:06 PM|
Wow this works...thanks!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SARAH PALUMBO||8/15/15 7:57 AM|
This is the best answer I've found on here!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SARAH PALUMBO||8/15/15 8:00 AM|
From Robert: (This should be moved to the top of this thread)
Robert Howcroft said:
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|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||VV a y |\| e Johnson||9/13/15 8:24 AM|
wow.. just reposted the same issue. Come on Google. This is ridiculous! please fix this.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Odyssey Health Club||9/14/15 3:09 PM|
GOOGLE YOU SUCK!!! THIS IS VERY POOR ATTENTION TO AN ISSUE THAT IS CLEARLY A BIG ONE!!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Piita||9/19/15 6:55 AM|
When you perform the search, the Today button does not show up on the results screens. So, not flawless.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Luis Pavón||9/21/15 1:18 AM|
This works. You have to activat the "jump to date" in labs.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||VV a y |\| e Johnson||9/21/15 3:31 AM|
Luis, Thx for your response but no it does not work, at least for me anyway.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||GAI AWAN||9/21/15 5:07 AM|
Yes,I have this problem too. someone from Google, please reply to this
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||VV a y |\| e Johnson||9/24/15 4:53 PM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Jenonymous||9/29/15 4:14 AM|
Same issue here. There IS no real workaround; we should get a full scrollable list, click to that date/item, and DONE. Please fix.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SebastjanS||10/1/15 4:22 AM|
Still no solution, bug still exists and is annoying as hell.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SebastjanS||10/1/15 4:23 AM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SebastjanS||10/1/15 4:23 AM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SebastjanS||10/1/15 4:23 AM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||J L D||10/1/15 4:39 AM|
This is not working. I followed the steps in the "Best Response".
Results were inconsistent and incomplete! When I went back through manually I found missing results.
This task should have taken just a few minutes. Half hour later I still don't have all the information I need.
What is the point of have an electronic calendar if I can't do a search?
And I am using Chrome so same company makes both products.
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|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||markstan||10/23/15 9:41 AM|
Using the mini calendar worked (thanks macdeebers). I found it easier to scroll to bottom of displayed list, click on that date, then click again on the search button - it will display the next batch, and do the same until you reach the end of the list. I could not find a way to display all dates in one screen (my case 52 results took 3 screens).
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||markstan||10/23/15 10:06 AM|
Update - just tested on iPhone 6 (iOS 8.4.1) and calendar displays all search results in one screen.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tjmillar||8/2/09 5:56 PM|
Google labs has posted a Jump to Date feature which fixes this issue. Just select a year prior to the earliest one you need to search to, then jump to date, then search. All found items will show up in the list, not just the most recent ones.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||macdeebers||11/8/12 5:07 AM|
I'm using Safari on Mac OSX Lion, but it does work on Firefox too.
Screenshot attached - this is when I expanded my view by clicking on 29 March in the Mini calendar.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||jbarley||10/29/15 10:44 PM|
Google tries to compete with MS, but when it comes to search, it's a dog compared to Outlook.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Google Bookmark User||11/2/15 9:49 AM|
Let the Tweet campaign begin to fix the Google Calendar search problem: Tweet:
Google, please fix the faulty search in Google calendar. @google @googdev
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||gdwoodard1||11/6/15 4:52 AM|
Thanks. Tried all the other suggestions, Yours worked the easiest. AND gave all the results.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Tarkusnl||11/6/15 9:27 AM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Cheleste West||11/13/15 1:22 PM|
Perfect!!! Thank you for a wonderfully clear explanation. I can search all of the results now! BEST ANSWER!!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||cbergland||11/17/15 2:00 PM|
this did not work for me. when i clicked any date on the mini calendar, the list simply changed, not got added to
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||markstan||11/17/15 3:24 PM|
Hi cbergland, The mini calendar is not needed. Simply put the search information in this search box, then when the results are displayed if it is more than one screen of information scroll to the bottom of the list and click on the last date displayed in your search results (agenda view). That will take you to the dates you just clicked on, then click on the search button again and you'll have a new list starting from that date going forward. Do this as many times as is needed to see all the dates for the total number of results found. At the top of the list it should display the total number of results found.
If you click on the mini calendar you will go to that date and lose your search results. To find them again simply click on the search icon again.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||cbergland||11/17/15 6:40 PM|
Tried that and what happens whenever I click something - such as the last date - it goes back to prior to the search....IOW, there are suddenly NO search results, but the regular calendar displays again.
I need these search features so that I don't have to hand count different entries. It is business-related....so this is quite inconvenient.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Cece423||11/18/15 7:23 AM|
This is the best solution I've found. There's an Android app called Calendar Companion (Search) by developer Babek Mozaffari, which costs, I think, $2.99 in the Google Play store. You can set the search date parameters back to 1995 (or whenever you started using an electronic calendar) and get all incidences in one search on your Android phone. You do need an Internet connection; it is searching your Google calendar, not your phone calendar. Unfortunately, I have not found an equivalent function for iOS or PC desktop.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Tarkusnl||11/18/15 2:16 PM|
Hey Cece, thx for your answer. I use Calengoo with much satisfaction. The same solution as for C.companion. But indeed. the main problem stays for the desktop.
Btw. is there a petition yet for this problem ?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||VV a y |\| e Johnson||11/18/15 2:41 PM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Tarkusnl||11/19/15 4:26 AM|
despite the fact we use google for such a long time i think the whole menu structure of the dashboard is very strange / not logical but thats just my opinion
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tstro||11/24/15 9:12 AM|
I have a slightly different but related problem, how to go to the year 2000 in google calendar without clicking 100+ times?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||markstan||11/24/15 12:09 PM|
in calendar, click on settings, then "labs" then enable the Year view
By Dave M - Sep 2009
Planning ahead and want to see the whole year at once? Adds a "year view" button to calendar.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Bham1||12/1/15 7:12 PM|
By the way, the printing still doesn't work. It only prints what is displayed on the screen. Terrible.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Andykoom||12/19/15 4:23 PM|
Wow, it's been over 6 years and Google still hasn't fixed this. Atrocious.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||repcarguy||1/7/16 8:34 AM|
Thank you very much!!! It works great. Doesn't display all at once, but you can get to see all results if you keep putting in earlier dates. Hint, if you put in a very early date such as 1-1-1999 it will display the earliest date in your results such as 5-17-2013. Then you can move forward easily.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Travis Brooks||1/7/16 10:21 AM|
This is hilarious. They must be messing with us. Don't get me wrong, this makes me want to burn the building down, but it's also kind of funny that we've been asking for a fix for over six years and it's still as broken as it started. I only skimmed the hundreds of replies, and I'm sure there is some work around in there, but I shouldn't need one. Is Gcal still in beta?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||exitdm||1/12/16 3:57 AM|
Same problem here, v frustrating, a show all link would be useful with tabbed pages if needed.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||exitdm||1/12/16 4:57 AM|
At least u know what's going on now. Thought I was going mad!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||markstan||1/12/16 6:12 AM|
try this, click on the "More" button (next to settings gear icon), then choose "print". Then change date range - preset choices are Today, Tomorrow, 7 days, 10 days. I changed the date range to one year from today and got 39 pages printed. For me it prints everything, not just what's displayed on screen. You can also choose "save as" and download the pdf.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||markstan||1/12/16 6:23 AM|
I just found that I can download a pdf of all results and view that. Don't have to go through the page by page method.
-try this, click on the "More" button (next to settings gear icon), then choose "print". Then change date range - preset choices are Today, Tomorrow, 7 days, 10 days. I changed the date range to one year from today and got 39 pages printed. For me it prints everything, not just what's displayed on screen. You can also choose "save as" and download the pdf.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Mr. Gmail Calendar Woes||1/17/16 12:06 PM|
I have the same problem. It sucks. So does not displaying all events for the whole year on Agenda and having to keep clicking 'Look for more'.
Please. Fix. This. ! .
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SatishIT||1/21/16 9:41 AM|
macdeebers solution lead me to a simplified methodology
(Can't believe this thread is YEARS old and we're still being plagued by such a basic function as search!)
Anyway here's the solution:
1: Search for your term at the top of calendar.google.com
2: Hit the blue magnifying glass, finding the 200 results that only shows you 32 starting from today.
3: On the mini-map to the left, click the left arrow and go back a year (or more depending on how far back the event you're looking for goes)
4: Click on a specific DATE in the mini map.
In my case, I search and it finds February 2016 as the first event. I then click the left arrow all the way back to January 2015 (when I know this event was first created). I then click on the 1st of January 2015 and viola, the list now shows me 32 events starting from January 2015.
It's only showing 32 events but it is the oldest 32 starting with the date I selected in the mini map.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Tarkusnl||1/21/16 3:10 PM|
ok, but what to do if you want to go back to lets say 1-1-2000 ? It would be very annoying to use the left arrow for that
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||cbergland||1/22/16 6:51 AM|
1. I don't see a "jump to date" ...... I don't even know what "Labs" is.
2. SatishIT, After wetting my pants from excitement, I tried your suggestion. I clicked back on the little left-margin calendar seven months (to June), clicked on a date and my results flashed a different set of results....none from the month of June. I tried two more times clicking on different previous dates, and then NO CHANGES appeared in the results. Still showing September for some random reason.
I'm not a programmer, but the search function is clearly not "reading" the requests.
I have a Mac -- could this make a difference???
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SatishIT||1/22/16 7:31 AM|
Tarkusnl, Yes, it's clearly not good for anyone needing to do any sort of heavy lifting. However, to search back a few months or a couple of years, it's a workaround.
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|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SatishIT||1/22/16 7:35 AM|
cbergland I'm on a Mac and using Safari. All I can say about your experience is you are a victim of the randomness that plagues Google users (seen it time and again where one user has a solution in Gmail or Calendar or Drive etc. that just doesn't work for someone else).
Perhaps try Chrome or Firefox? Are you certain those events have occurred between June and September?
Incidentally, since you're on a Mac, set up the Gmail account in Sys Prefs > Internet Accounts > and enable only Calendars. Let it populate and prepare to be stunned as searching in Calendar.app WILL show you all historical events. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, Apple Calendar search works as intended for Google Calendar where calendar.google.com does not.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||cbergland||1/23/16 8:05 AM|
I went into prefs > internet accts and check marked the ones to sync to: mail, contacts, calendar, and a message popped up that I am already connected to these items.
I use Chrome.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Mr. Gmail Calendar Woes||1/23/16 8:49 AM|
Let's face it, they are never going to fix this. Let's hope their autonomous cars don't kill anyone while the human driver sets controls to 'auto' while they try to see what life events they have coming up for the year.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||MikeDak||1/23/16 9:37 AM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||mkw2||1/23/16 9:45 AM|
I can't believe how annoying and how many problems this causes me! And the fact that this has been a known issue and not fixed is ridiculous. Maybe it's time I switch to my Outlook calendar instead.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SatishIT||1/25/16 10:57 AM|
cbergland if the account is already set up in sys prefs and calendar is checked, then open the calendar app and it should populate. You can use the built in search function there.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Ryan Confer||1/27/16 8:02 AM|
Have had this issue forever. Such a pain in my ass, as I keep track of working hours via calendar items. Pay for Google Sites and use Google Chrome. So annoyed that the "best search company in the world" can't figure out search for their own calendar platform.
NOTE: Attempted the workaround listed. I get more results, but still not getting ALL items on my calendar. WTF?!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Andykoom||1/27/16 8:10 AM|
Google resting on its laurels. Have to cut through miles of red tape to get anything done there now. 6 years and no fix is an outrage.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||J.C. Schaumleffel||1/27/16 8:22 AM|
Yeh, but Google Now can wake you up from your drunken stupor to remind you that your bus has arrived at your stop!!! Just read an article about that this morning from PC Mag. and then ran into this search result issue. It is very ironic a search engine company has let this go for so long. I fix these issues by doing one of two things...burying the bar of expectation 6ft. under so anyone can jump it and I remain calm (including Google) OR move to a product that works. So far, I'm still burying the bar.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||The Bandit||1/30/16 12:40 PM|
Why has the show all between dates stopped working?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||The Bandit||1/30/16 2:47 PM|
The reply didn't help.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||AustraliaImogen||2/16/16 4:09 AM|
I am really unimpressed. This problem must have been notified to Google so many times it's not funny. I am only able to see the last 6 instances of any event when I try to search on them, the mini calendar work around doesn't work and neither does any other that I've tried. It should be simple, so why hasn't it been fixed?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Scott Drennan||2/22/16 7:59 PM|
How has Google still not fixed this? This bug must be nearing 10 years old. The support doc (https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/37176?hl=en) indicates that "they are working on it." Kinda notable bug there folks. How about fixing it?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Nadz Vee||2/23/16 8:01 AM|
Thanks. This works !!!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||markstan||2/23/16 8:22 AM|
Hi Nadz, I'm curious, there are so many posts here, can you say what worked? I can't tell from the forum which post is being replied to.
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|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Nadz Vee||2/23/16 8:28 AM|
Basically after you have search results. Go to mini calendar and click an old date. This will show all the previous events :)
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SatishIT||2/23/16 8:29 AM|
Another hilarious aspect of all this is that one of the biggest tech firms on Earth doesn't have the forum set up to easily tag replies back to the original owner (such as I did manually in this post).
And, I cannot edit the auto-correct that just happened so my only choice was to delete and re-create this post. Wow!
That being said, yes, it would be nice to know what solutions (even partial) have worked for people.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||VV a y |\| e Johnson||2/24/16 4:58 PM|
If you are on Twitter please tweet about this issue. Maybe we can shame Google into responding
: @ericschmidt @google @googlecalendar Google plse fix calendar search. Not able to view all search rslts #fixgoogcal #fixgoogcalserach
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||MVp Office||2/28/16 4:58 PM|
It worked the first time around using the first suggestion but refuses to show additional search results the second time.
Why does it say there are many more found but have no way of getting to them?
Obviously it knows they exist. I'm no programmer, but really?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Dominic St-Laurent||3/9/16 8:22 AM|
Send feedback. If we all do it, I cannot believe at some point our collective voice won't be heard.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||TØny Hine||3/10/16 3:46 AM|
I have tried the answer given here and it doesn't work! I still only get 7 or 8 results when there should be 30 or 40 results
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||paula j p||3/11/16 7:57 AM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Per-Håkan Olausson||3/12/16 3:28 PM|
I have also been very annoyed by this a long time. I also want to print the search list with many entries (50+). That is still not possible.
The workaround I use (Windows) is Thunderbird/Lightning (no need to configure any mail accounts). I export ical-file from google calendar, open the file in Lightning. Then seach in the lightning search box, select all items in search result I like to include, use print fuction and choose "selected". There, my complete search list is beautifully printed in list or calendar view.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Judy Cirucci||3/23/16 11:27 AM|
A work around is to use the tiny downward arrow (more button) to the left of the search button in the search text box. Fill in the appropriate field or fields relevant to your search and use the Date to Date option to search 1 month at a time or whatever makes the most sense so that you won't exceed the max to display. You can then print each result list and add together or copy and paste into a document and save.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Philip Ryan||3/26/16 12:39 PM|
This is a real pain! Google please fix it.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Abicare-JB||3/28/16 5:52 AM|
Has this really been a known problem for seven years, since 2009? Really Google???! We're paying £19,000 a year for this?! Not acceptable at all. This just feels like neglect.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||jimbobwey||4/4/16 12:00 PM|
So from what I have found is that the search functionality works best for future events. Your calendar typically has the current date selected so when you perform a search it brings up all future events and the past 10 or so previous events. To view all of the past events is a bit of a pain but pretty simple. First select a date on the calendar previous to the date you are looking for it can even be years previous and then start the search. Google will pull up all of the events forward of the date you have clicked on in the calendar.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||mojo8772||4/6/16 7:56 AM|
Thanks Jim, Def working better for me with these steps.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Alain Goetschel||4/9/16 3:30 PM|
We have 2016 - 7 years have passed - and there is still the same issue!!!It's much disappointing!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||David Couture||4/10/16 1:44 PM|
An easy way to get your search results is to navigating in the calendar with your keyboard when your search results are on screen. First, make a search, then press "p" in your keyboard, this will go a week back in the calendra each time, and this will dig out the search results from the Google cache. Dont press on the "p" too quick. When you go back some months old, you will see that your calendar is empty, and if you wait 1 second or 2, Google will laod the datas, and then they will appear. With this method, I succeed to get all my results, even if it is not intuitive.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Mark at SmartSpot||4/12/16 8:58 AM|
If you've gotten this far, you need to be contacting Google directly. It's beyond ridiculous that it has been like seven years and this has not been addressed. Even the "best" response is unacceptable. There is no amount of convincing that will get me to believe this is a difficult fix for someone who is competent with creating and editing such things. Google either does not care or is incompetent. There really isn't another choice.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Mark at SmartSpot||4/12/16 9:08 AM|
Oh, and good luck finding any "Contact Us" option.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Val Lynn||4/16/16 9:25 AM|
Jim, thank you. I still cannot understand why my search results indicate more returns and I only see a subset of those returns. Your advice, though, helped me find the entry I was looking for.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||cbergland||4/17/16 7:04 AM|
This is the best method IMO.
It is a bit tedious to hold down and key and wait for them to appear, but just because we are so used to things appearing at lightning speed....we've gotten spoiled.
So I experimented to find a key that would go forwards.
The "P" being held down while hovering in the mini calendar (on the left side of the page) will scroll back, month by month, until the first entry in
your search appears.
The "J" key held down will jump forward a year.
For instance, I have a recurring calendar entry that has no end to it. When I hold down the "J" key for only several seconds, I'm suddenly looking at
the entries in the years 2023, 2031, etc. So then I can hold the P key down to slowly go backward.
This isn't exactly what we would have wanted, and shame on you Google for not having a way to properly search that is easy to find and use.
But, thank God, it does work.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Lee Schmidt||4/19/16 12:14 PM|
I think that I know why it will never be "fixed" -- cell phones! -- More and more stuff is geared for small screens; so, 6 search results seems to be the max. Just holding down the P key will produce previous occurrences; however, ONLY the current screen can be printed OR saved as follows: do a print-save to pdf, if in Chrome,an image of the page will appear. Select-all on that page and copy. Paste into Notepad. With a little ingenuity, the data may be imported to a spreadsheet or whatever. The print-save will need to be repeated for all desired screens of search results.
Of course, one is now left with the added task of maintaining a history file! However, that file cannot be changed by any calendar glitch.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||luktish||5/2/16 12:27 PM|
it's 2016 and search in calendar still sucks!!! are they becoming Microsoft?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||jimbobwey||5/2/16 1:17 PM|
My thoughts as to why this will never be addressed by Google.
I believe the calendar was created to keep track and help with future events, not past events. For this purpose it works perfectly and needs no updating as of today. For all of us whom are utilizing this application for all sorts of things, it most likely will not get updated to accommodate us. Its a shame but lets be thankful it does as much as it does.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||jimbobwey||5/2/16 1:20 PM|
Try going further back in the calendar. The results that are being indicated are most likely from a previous date than you had selected on the main or mini calendar.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||vegan homestead||5/3/16 8:05 PM|
Clearly, almost 7 years in, Google has no interest in solving this ONGOING issue. Why the hell can't the world's most successful search engine make it possible to search one's calendar for past events without going through these contortions? This is insane.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Cartmann||5/10/16 10:05 AM|
Google Calendar Search does not work perfectly for tracking future events. Try entering something like your father's retirement date in 2023 (one of the perks of government work), something that does not mean much to so your not likely to remember when it is, that occurs in the distant future at the same time is important to remember to request time off from work to get home to see the old man. When I search for "Dad's Retirement" I get 1 result for Dad's Retirement but I am not able to click on the event.
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|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Gregory Brokaw||5/17/16 5:49 PM|
Unbelievable, still broken for 7 years.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||kweinstock||5/19/16 4:22 AM|
Google please fix!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||gary depietro||5/19/16 7:11 AM|
I like the Google calendar and I also used to write programs in the DOS days. If I had left a bug this big in my work for as long as they have they would have fired my ass!
|Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||MuhammadQaisar Rafique||5/22/16 2:12 AM|
just put dot (.) in search bar and voila..
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||cbergland||5/22/16 7:17 AM|
I have no idea what this means. I put a dot in the search bar after the term I was searching for, and no change happened....same dumb partial search that I could not manipulate.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Itzik Z||5/24/16 5:59 AM|
Incomprehensible that a company like Google insists on not fixng the issue
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Dave Holmes2||5/24/16 6:26 AM|
If you search for '.' this shows all future events. That is the secret. The simplicity is ironic given the length and age of this thread. Searching for anything else probably still only shows a few events though.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Lee Schmidt||5/24/16 2:45 PM|
The last time I looked, this thread was about displaying all results found, especially of past events. Now, it gives the count but only lists the last 5 or 6.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||rlwalker2||6/17/16 3:02 PM|
Thank God there is a work-around because I seriously doubt the overpaid, coddled programmers will EVER fix this. Cruel? No. This problem has existed forever, has been known forever and has been ignored forever. The cruelty is well deserved. In the meantime, thank you one and all for this work-around.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||swhlaw||6/17/16 4:51 PM|
'search term.' does not work
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||swhlaw||6/17/16 4:54 PM|
this absolutely astounding that this is a google oversight. Ho friggin hard could this be to fix. Oh no we have more important things to do like project loon, google plus and dumbing interfaces down in the name of "materiel design". Want to use google? Sure ok then fix it yourself I guess
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Kwaku Sefa-Dedeh||6/19/16 5:18 PM|
Just adding my voice to the outrage. Fix this bug or rethink your UX if this is intentional, Google. I am increasingly dissatisfied with Google Apps in general; this isn't helping.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Kwaku Sefa-Dedeh||6/19/16 5:24 PM|
Here's the solution that's working for me. I get the full list when I click on the first date in my range on the mini-calendar. So basically the list displays everything from the mini-calendar clicked date to the end of the the search range. Terrible user experience (if I search for results in a range I expect to see all results by default), but it seems it's not as broken as it seems like it is.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||swhlaw||6/19/16 7:34 PM|
I tried your solution. did not work. I have over 200 results on my search and it shows like 30. thats it
Its very disheartening that google chooses to ignore serious "search" problems in calendar while adding features no one wants. Google is a "search" co. and calendar search is broken. Does anyone find that ironic. I would expect this from yahoo calendar but not google
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||swhlaw||6/19/16 7:38 PM|
Here is an interesting side note google calendar search on android 5.0 (using my same search in firefox 47 on desktop) shows all my results. So thats interesting. I did try this in chrome and same result on new win 10 machine..no results over about 20
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Kwaku Sefa-Dedeh||6/19/16 7:40 PM|
That's unfortunate. I had only about 23 relevant items so I guess I didn't hit the apparent 30 item limit. I feel your pain; this is very frustrating and disappointing.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||TØny Hine||6/20/16 3:20 AM|
I don't think Google have thought through. The implications of this bug, the reason people are upset I believe is because of their understanding of Google "a search Engine" and here is a Google product that cannot search itself! Can you imagine! If it got in the press that Google, a renown Search company had a product that could not search itself. Maybe that's the way forward, bring this to the attention of the press...
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Jim Fantone||6/24/16 4:41 AM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||swhlaw||6/24/16 7:52 AM|
Ok that works but again is not the best as you cant see or print the whole list at one time. Oh well google has bigger fish to fry like artificial intelligence. Who care about the fact that you cant search its apps. Sorry this is off topic but I found another one. In google photos you cannot search the descriptions you type in or likely any other fields in the photos. hey how smart is that? who in the hell is running things over at google?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||VV a y |\| e Johnson||6/26/16 1:00 PM|
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Don Royal||6/30/16 1:06 PM|
Still Broken seven years later. Either Washington got involved or they hired programmers from MS
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Patrick Raven||7/1/16 4:20 AM|
2009 to 2016 and still nothing has been fixed. This is very frustrating.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||MVp Office||7/1/16 7:59 AM|
If you have nothing to suggest or say about the REAL subject, PLEASE stop replying to the thread.
There are better things to do than clean out my email box filled with useless replies unrelated to solving the issues.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||TØny Hine||7/1/16 9:43 AM|
I think you have the option to unsubscribe yourself from this thread if it's causing you problems...
This is my unsubscribe link:- https://groups.google.com/a/googleproductforums.com/d/topic/calendar/j64BvyFwvuM/unsubscribe
I presume it will work for you.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Tarkusnl||7/1/16 1:07 PM|
we running round in circles here...so my suggestion is to look for a way to put the pressure on google.in an organized way. I dont know if or whats done in past to reach this anyway. Lotsa people are complaining about Google doing nothing in so many years and they are right ofc. We dont come any further this wayAny suggestions ? Is it an idea to compose a letter and send it to the support unit individually ? Any other ideas what may be effective ?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||slt_2009||7/1/16 2:07 PM|
Change.org maybe, or a social media campaign using a hashtag; but it'd have to be a bit broader than just a complain about this feature. I think if enough noise gets made about how Google is horrible at listening to its users, they may respond.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||swhlaw||7/1/16 2:14 PM|
Getting google to listen to users complaints about existing products. that the whole problem with google. they do what they want and work on that they want. they never really have listed to users as they think they know what we want. This is tech cos in general. As we are not paying for the products they can care less what we think. If you dont like their free service they fell you can just go to MS. or Apple. But the same problem exists there.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||HVBing||7/16/16 8:17 PM|
Well here is a slightly better way to get more results, all at once. Lets us say you wish to filter a specific event that occurred several times over 6 months from say, 1/1/2016 to 6/30/2016. Click on the drop down menu arrow on the right side of the search box at the top of the calendar. Enter event word, say, 'Product launch' and enter date range: 1/1/2016 - 6/30/2016. Click search button. Now you will see just a few events, not all! you are annoyed! Now go to the mini calendar on the left panel and click left arrow to go back to 1/1/2016. Click on January 1 date in the calendar. Now you will saa many more events from 1/1/2016 but..........only those that fit on one page. What this means is that if your event description is short, maybe one-liner, you could see more events fit on one page. This is still not good and it is not good that Google has not been listening for more than 4 years?!
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Lee Schmidt||7/17/16 10:21 AM|
There is an easier way to get to a starting date and subsequent dates, if needed. Go to labs and enable Jump to Date or Year View, or both. This will open up a panel on the right where you can enter a date. Select a date before your range of interest; then do the search. Note that the side panel display is controlled by a tiny arrow at mid-screen on the divider. To me, this beats any type of scrolling. Of course, you still must repeat if your responses more than fill the page.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||HVBing||7/17/16 12:49 PM|
Hey, Lee, I just checked out your suggestion and it works great. It saves having to go to the mini calendar panel on the left of the calendar and manually go to the start date of the range to see the search results from the beginning. same applies going forward if you have more than a page full of event/search item list.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Shailesh Deolekar||7/20/16 3:40 AM|
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|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Lee Schmidt||7/20/16 10:13 PM|
Very good. The order of jump and search can be switched to search and jump --- and jump --- and jump --- until done.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Alena - Community Manager||7/22/16 3:23 PM|
Thank you for your feedback. We’re happy to let you know that a fix for the search issues you reported has been rolled out. Here’s what’s new:
Thanks again for your feedback!
To learn more, visit our Help Center article about searching on Google Calendar: https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/37176
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||swhlaw||7/22/16 3:38 PM|
seems to work. thanks google for listening to what USERS WANT. good to know once in a while google listens. not sure why result is limited to 200 but will take it for now. I guess if we have over 200 results we have to use date limiting technique again as mentioned before. Users had some great idea. google users are the best
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||SusanM57||8/23/16 3:23 PM|
Unfortunately, I still don't see this feature as working. I'm searching for all events with a certain word. The results tell me that there are 9 such events and displays only 7 of them. The two missing are both subsequent to the list of results shown. One was this past January an done is next January. How can I see them. Also, I enabled the lab for jumping to a certain date, but can't see where it is anywhere on my calendar screen. Thank you for any advice you can offer.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Claude Royer||9/17/16 6:45 AM|
The roll-out of the solution mentionned by Alena seems only available to accounts where the language is set to English US. At least in my case, I had to change the account language from French to US to get the search working as described. It is not the first time I get caught in a bug related to the account language setting. Note that it is possible to get the agenda displayed in French by changing the language setting within the agenda itself. Odd.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Kathie Wolney||11/14/16 6:34 AM|
Still looking to figure out how to view if you have more than 200 results. Why can you not show more?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Lee Schmidt||11/14/16 11:49 AM|
There appears to be a limit of 200 at a time. It is necessary to select a date range for the search to get more. Regular search favors the future over the past. I get 200 family birthdays from 2010 until 2032 with regular search. If I want the ones before 2010, I need to set a start date of 1/1/1 and an end date in 2010.
However, as noted in a previous post, it is possible to highlight, copy and paste the data into a Google Sheet to accumulate more than 200.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Kamie Breitenbach||12/16/16 5:17 PM|
I added two events in the November & December 2017 Google Calendar and lost all of the other events listed listed in 2016 - 2017. How do I recover my calendar?
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||Russ1642||1/26/17 7:29 AM|
Almost eight years later and it's still broken. Way to go Google. Keep up the good work.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||swhlaw||1/26/17 7:51 AM|
at least we got 200 results. Google does NOT listen to users. Im convinced of that. They are like govt entities that want to have town hall meetings and listen to the input very politely and encourage it then go off into their offices and do exactly what they wanted to a year later. its like why do you even both asking for feed back. People are tired of explaining what they want only to be totally ignored. Google just did this again on Goole Voice. too 5 yrs to update and they basically screwed it up. Hey but it has material design!! No features that you need however.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||GabyZ||2/11/17 5:56 PM|
it still doesn't work correctly.
I get the 200 results, but they are of the first 200 repetative results you found and not chronilogically.
e.g., Anniversary reminders, they are annual, I have quite a lot of them. I make a search with the key word anniversary, and get 200 events. I don;t know what is the order of the search, but since each anniversary is day 20 reminders for the following 20 years, you find the first 10 and missout on all the rest.
Please change so that the results will be 100 events from the past from search date to 100 events to the future. And please don't stop after you found 200 event, just deplay the closest 200 events.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||computerwhiz59||2/13/17 10:56 AM|
when I see a box asking me for a comment I do not send any thing to them I usually say "Why tell your company when you will NOT REPLY BACK!!! Communications work two way"
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||DeeRae72||2/24/17 2:37 PM|
Try this: click on the first day of the month in the mini calendar located at the top of the left sidebar and then search. For some unknown reason, that resolved the problem for me.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||tnsisco||3/8/17 4:37 AM|
I usually like google applications, but they all have little bugs that drives you crazy.
In this case:
GOOGLE, the search function is your master territory and you NEED to correct this bug. Otherwise it's a shame for you, cause what else are you good at when not in search-results.
PLEASE correct this error, or do it even better and give us a real calendar program to install. Give us more options and tools to control and work with it professionally
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||BillJonesSE||4/25/17 4:46 PM|
The Best Answer is not a very good answer. Google just ignores some appointments. I prefix all my fixed appointment date/time appointments with Appt: in the title. I want to see upcoming fixed time appointments so I search on Appt: I get 200 results displayed with appointments over the next couple of months. But I can have an appointment 2 days away and it won't show up. Other appointments on that same day may show up though. This makes Google Calendar WORTHLESS because you can't trust it.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||gbarry123||5/9/17 1:03 PM|
This is beyond frustrating.
I use a "tag" in the title of certain events (YWMC) and then the title like this: YWMC Call Fred or YWMC Meeting with Joe. When I search for YWMC only to see all of my "tagged events" I get a bunch of results but a bunch are also missing, especially for the same day or the next couple of days.
If I search for: Fred or Call Fred that event shows up but not when I do the YWMC search.
This is an obvious bug and seems like this has been going on for years. PLEASE reply and fix this. It's useless otherwise.
|Re: Calendar Search Results: How to display all events found?||BillJonesSE||5/9/17 3:51 PM|
Not sure this work-around returns everything, but it does return more for me. I tried it in frustration and it worked for me. To the left of the Search magnifying glass there is a down arrow which shows "Show Search Options" when moused over. Click it then in the popup dialog box constrain the date range to a week or 2.