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Any event information you can't see on Google Calendar on your computer will be lost. If you're trying to see your Google Calendar events in another program, like Apple Calendar or Outlook, the instructions for syncing are different. Get help from a Calendar expert If the troubleshooting steps above didn't help, post in the Calendar Help Forum where an expert can help you troubleshoot.When you post in the forum, mention the troubleshooting steps you tried from this page.(and I don't use the 'F-bomb' lightly here), today Google announced that Maps is receiving a real-time location sharing feature.
There are many different issues that can cause sync problems, so you'll see a lot of tips to try.
Important: These steps may cause you to lose some unsynced data.
That's it - you'll then show up as a little face-bubble in their Google Maps app.
You can share with groups of people, and you can also initiate the share directly from inside the navigation UI when in the car. The feature will roll out "soon" worldwide, according to the official Google blog post.
There’s no mention of whether or not previous versions of Android will be getting the update, but it seems likely Google will address the rest of their users within the next couple of weeks.
Use this page if events you created or updated aren't showing on your computer or in the Google Calendar app.There is a new version available in Android Market (version 3.1.2).Just search for "Google Maps" if you have at least the 1.5 system update (Cupcake) and install this over your current version of Maps.Google’s new “whole screen” UI for Maps looks just as nice on a smartphone or tablet as it did during our hands on with the beta version of Maps for the web.The UI looks much cleaner, continuing Google’s recent love affair with card style UI and simple color layouts.As with the previous version of the software, the only limitation seems to be whatever your storage capacity is.Google has started rolling this update out to Android version 4.0.3 and higher, so if you don’t have the update waiting for you in the Play Store yet it should be there soon.Most of the buttons you are used to using are right where you left them, with features like one finger zoom still perfectly intact.As we reported previously, Google Latitude has been killed as a standalone service, having been recreated in Google as a new features.How we've managed to go without this in Maps given how long Android and smartphone GPS have The feature is dead simple to use: there's a new option in the slideout bar in the Maps app for location sharing.From there, pick contacts to share your location with and for how long (or indefinitely).