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Month: January 2016

Adding an Event to Multiple Google Calendars

When using Google Calendar, there may be times when you want to assign an event to more than one calendar, or at least have it appear on more than one calendar. But as of now, Google does not seem to provide that functionality. The steps below outline a workaround process to allow an event to appear on more than one calendar. The steps involve creating a new calendar, getting the calendar’s ID, adding the calendar as a contact, and finally adding the new calendar/contact as an invitee to your event(s).

Creating a “Medical Card” in Evernote

My wife and I routinely find ourselves in doctor’s offices, and inevitably, they ask us for the same information, which we always struggled to remember. Then I had an epiphany: since I use Evernote so extensively, why not create a “medical card” for each member of the family in Evernote? So here is what I did…

I created a note in Evernote called My Medical Card. (I know — catchy, right?) and then I added the following information…