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How Do You Look Up Past Appointments in Your Calendar?

I have a pretty good guess on what you’re thinking. The appointment is done and over with. Why would I want to spend time looking it up?

Let’s say you’re doing your taxes. You may need to review several events or appointments that your accountant will need in order to claim a deduction. However, when you go into your calendar you notice that the event isn’t there anymore.

This could be because it was accidentally deleted, your system crashed, or a software update cause an error like disappearing events. Whatever the reason, you can no longer view those old appointments or events.

Another situation would be that you’re planning your calendar in advance. So you want to go through and see what recurring appointments you’ve previously had. If they’re still important, like a monthly team meeting, you can add them to your calendar.

Sometimes you may have outgrown them and they’re just cluttering your calendar. Regardless of the situation, review past appointments can help you schedule your calendar for the next year or so.

While frustrating, the good news is that you can review past appointments in your calendar rather easily.

Restoring your Google Calendar data.

Unless it’s removed, calendar entries remain in your Google Calendar forever. It should noted, however, that the Android app only syncs 12 months.

If you accidentally deleted an event or appointment it gets placed in Calendar’s trash. It will stay in the trash for thirty 30 days unless you restore the entry.

To restore the entry open your Google Calendar and click on the gear looking symbol. You’ll see Trash. Click it and select the entries you want to restore. It’s a fast way to recover your events from the last year.

Did you back up the account?

If you’ve backed-up your account, which is always a smart move, go into your calendar and click Import Calendars. Extract ICS or CSV files from exported ZIP file. Click choose file and then select the exported file associated with your calendar.

If haven’t have deleted an appointment or event you can simply search for the event or appointment within Gmail or Calendar by either the name or date of the entry.

Recovering your old Outlook appointments.

For Outlook users, I’ve got some good news for you. Microsoft frequently archives your data. This information is then stored in an archive.pst folder. This means all you have to do is open up a folder and search for the files you need.

If an entry was deleted, you can recover it by:

  • Opening Outlook and clicking the “Folder” tab.
  • Clicking “Open Outlook Data File,” then navigating to the archive Outlook Data File (.pst). This should found be under drive:\Users\user\Documents\Outlook Files\archive.pst. Once located, click “OK.”
  • Clicking “Archives” in the Folder List on the Navigation Pane, then clicking the plus sign.
  • Within the subfolder you’ll see the files in the right pane. To move the selected file to another folder, just drag the file and drop it into a new folder.

How to see old iPhone/iPad entries.

For iCloud users you can restore any disappeared events by restarting your phone, reinstalling the app, or checking your network connection.

To search for specific event just head to to Settings > Calendar > and look for Sync — it’s in the middle of the right column. You can then choose a time period 2 weeks back, 1 month back, 3 months back, 6 months back or all.

Other specific events.

If you need to go back any further you’ll want to jump onto your Mac log into iCloud and use your iCloud Calendar to travel back in time. Looking for a specific date? Simply use the Gear icon in the lower left.

To prevent you past events or appointments from permanently disappearing make sure that you’ve turned on the Calendar sync on your device. You can do this by going to “Settings” > [your name] > “iCloud” > “Calendars” to switch it on.

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How To Add Your Google Calendar To Your Website

Learn how to add your Google calendar to your website with this quick and easy tutorial. Choose your main calendar or one of the extra calendars that you created from an earlier tutorial and follow this tutorial to embed that calendar onto your website. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full play list. Read More

How To Create Additional Google Calendars

This video tutorial will teach you the fast and efficient way to create additional Google calendars to organize different schedules in your life. People with busy lifestyles often keep multiple calendars for a variety of things. Creating multiple Google calendars helps you to be able to separate multiple schedules while having the opportunity to balance Read More

How To Set Up Recurring Events In Google Calendar

This tutorial shows you the fast and easy way to set up reoccurring events on your Google calendar. This helps with routine events such as a weekly meeting, a monthly bill reminder, a yearly birthday, a daily appointment and any other repeating event that you may have in your life. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE Read More

How To Create An Event And Add Features In Google Calendar

This tutorial will take you through the basics of creating an event and adding features to that event in Google calendar. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full play list. https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/72143?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to help you please Read More

How To Use Google Calendar Tasks

This is a fast and easy guide to show you how to use Google calendar tasks. Using Tasks on Google calendar is a great way to help you organize your schedule and keep on track. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full play list. https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/106237?hl=en Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made Read More

How To Enable Offline Google Calendar

Here is a quick and easy tutorial to show you how to enable your Google calendar offline so that you can access it without being connected to the internet. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full play list. Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If Read More

How To Use Google Labs In Google Calendar Tutorial

This is a lesson on how to use Google Labs in the Google calendar settings. This covers a list of extra features that you can enable and disable at will depending on what you would like with your own Google calendar. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full play list. Please like, share Read More

How To Enable Keyboard Shortcuts In Google Calendar

This is a quick guide tutorial for Google calendar that shows you how to enable keyboard shortcuts which are also known as hot keys. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full play list. https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/37034?hl=en Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you enjoyed the article. If I was able to Read More

How To Create Alternate Google Calendars Easy Tutorial

This is an easy tutorial that teaches you how to set alternate Google calendars under settings. This is a quick guide to adjusting your setting to show special dates from other calendars along with the standard default Google calendar. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full play list. Please like, share and subscribe. Read More

How To Automatically Add Invitations To Google Calendar

You can automatically add invitations to your Google calendar within seconds. This tutorial will walk you through how to add an invitation that you might receive online directly into your personal Google calendar for fast and easy organization of your time. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full play list. Please like, share Read More

How To Automatically Add Video Calls To Events Created On Google Calendar

Now you can automatically add video calls to events that you create on your Google calendar. This is a fast efficient method to set up online meetings, interviews, collaborations and much more. https://support.google.com/a/answer/4362302?hl=en Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full play list. Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Programming Made EasyI hope you Read More

How To Show Events You Have Declined On Google Calendar

Here is a short tutorial to teach you how to show events that you have declined on Google calendar. This is an ideal Google calendar setting that allows you to still keep track of when an event is scheduled even if you have declined to attend. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full Read More

How To Edit Location And Weather Settings In Google Calendar

This is a quick video tutorial to show you how to edit the Locations and Weather settings in Google calendar. Get your daily weather for your area right on your daily calendar. It is fast and easy. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full play list. http://www.wikihow.com/Display-Weather-Information-in-Google-Calendar Please like, share and subscribe. Advanced Read More

How To Set The Custom View In Google Calendar

This Google calendar tutorial is a quick guide to editing the Custom View setting in Google calendar. You can choose to see your calendar three days at a time, four days at a time or however is most convenient for you. This tutorial will teach you to do this fast and efficiently. https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6110849?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en Want more Read More

How To Show Weekends In Week And Month View On Google Calendar

Learn how to show weekends in week and month views on Google calendar. This tutorial will guide you through the Google calendar setting to choose how the weekends are displayed in the week and month views on your Google calendar. Want more videos?  CLICK HERE to view the full play list. Please like, share and Read More

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With 7.5+ GBs of email storage in Google Apps Education Edition, you will most likely not need to delete email messages to stay under storage quota. Keeping all your messages has advantages - you can keep and search for years of email - but with all of that storage, organization for your email is important to find messages quickly. Labels is a way to categorize all your email messages. Archiving is a way to organize your Inbox - the main view of Apps Mail.

You do not need to keep the thousands of messages in your Inbox to save them in your Apps Mail account. The "Archive" feature in Apps Mail can be used to move messages out of your Inbox and into your All Mail label, letting you tidy up your inbox without deleting anything. All Mail is your archive, a storage place for all the mail you've ever sent or received, but have not deleted. You can see a list of archived messages by clicking All Mail. Archived messages are also available by searching, and under any assigned labels. 

When someone responds to a message you've archived, the conversation containing that message will reappear in your inbox.

Deleting a message, on the other hand, moves a message into the Trash label. If you do not move the message out of trash for 30 days, Apps mail will automatically delete that message. Your message will not be available in All Mail, any labels you applied, or in search results. The email will no longer exist in any capacity. If you would like to find an email before it has been completely deleted, you can search for it using search operators or the advanced search options. Make sure to use the search query 'in:anywhere" when looking for mail in the trash.

Example:

Suppose you received an email message regarding an end of the year brunch. After reading the email once, you Archive the message because you don't need to read it again or have it sit in your inbox. A week before the event, you want to double check the event information. To do that, you click in All Mail and locate the message. Let's say 2 days later, the organizer sends out another email changing the date. That email will appear in your Inbox  in the conversation format, where you can see the original message and the new message in one view. Even though you archived the original message, the conversation reappears in your inbox because a new message came in. While archiving moves the message out of the main inbox view, you will not miss any new messages that are part of the conversation. 

Here's why we think archiving a message is better than deleting: 

Archive

Delete

A message is no longer in your Inbox viewA message is no longer in your Inbox view or anywhere else.
A message is stored in All Mail for all timeA message is in Trash for 30 days, then deleted forever
A message is available in labelsA message is not in the labels
A message shows up in searchA message does not show up in search after 30 days because it no longer exists. Before the 30 day mark, can be searched only with the 'in:anywhere' search operator
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