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Not a bug

Why is there a personal item for Paula Kaye on Jan 3, 2019 re her license plates??

Sandy S. 2 years ago updated by Michael J. Radwin 1 year ago 1

Answer

Answer
Not a bug

This calendar may appear to be coming from Hebcal, but it's not hosted by hebcal.com

Likely the cause is that somebody downloaded a copy of the Hebcal calendar, added their own personal events to it, then accidentally shared it openly on Google Calendar.

To find out how to remove this from your Google calendar (and whom you should contact to let them know that they inadvertently may have published their personal calendar openly), try this:

  1. Open your web browser to https://calendar.google.com/
  2. Find the calendar you're looking for on the left-land side of the screen under the heading "Other calendars"
  3. Hover your mouse and you'll see a 3 vertical dot icon near the name of the calendar that will say "Options for Hebcal Diaspora"
  4. Click the 3-dot icon and from the popup menu pick "Settings"
  5. If it's coming from our Hebcal servers, you will see a section called "URL" and you would see something like "
  6. If" class="redactor-autoparser-object">http://download.hebcal.com/...".
  7. If it's coming from another Google users, you'll see an "Owner" section that looks like "example@gmail.com"
  8. Either way, you should click the "Remove Calendar" from the left-hand side. This will take you to a section that says "Remove calendar - By unsubscribing, you will no longer have access to this calendar. Learn more." Go ahead and click the "Unsubscribe" button to confirm.
  9. Now you can go back to our standard Google Calendar Jewish holidays download instructions to get a refreshed copy of the holidays directly from Hebcal

Hope this helps!

Answer
Not a bug

This calendar may appear to be coming from Hebcal, but it's not hosted by hebcal.com

Likely the cause is that somebody downloaded a copy of the Hebcal calendar, added their own personal events to it, then accidentally shared it openly on Google Calendar.

To find out how to remove this from your Google calendar (and whom you should contact to let them know that they inadvertently may have published their personal calendar openly), try this:

  1. Open your web browser to https://calendar.google.com/
  2. Find the calendar you're looking for on the left-land side of the screen under the heading "Other calendars"
  3. Hover your mouse and you'll see a 3 vertical dot icon near the name of the calendar that will say "Options for Hebcal Diaspora"
  4. Click the 3-dot icon and from the popup menu pick "Settings"
  5. If it's coming from our Hebcal servers, you will see a section called "URL" and you would see something like "
  6. If" class="redactor-autoparser-object">http://download.hebcal.com/...".
  7. If it's coming from another Google users, you'll see an "Owner" section that looks like "example@gmail.com"
  8. Either way, you should click the "Remove Calendar" from the left-hand side. This will take you to a section that says "Remove calendar - By unsubscribing, you will no longer have access to this calendar. Learn more." Go ahead and click the "Unsubscribe" button to confirm.
  9. Now you can go back to our standard Google Calendar Jewish holidays download instructions to get a refreshed copy of the holidays directly from Hebcal

Hope this helps!