moderated Re: How Many of you out there have used Google Calendar?
I am very comfortable with Outlook calendar—in fact, much more so than with Google Calendar. The Google calendar I am using is my own, and I am trying to use it from the web. Every time I open up my browser, which is Chrome, I hit Alt+L, and when the addressbar pops up I enter calendar.google.com and hit the Enter key, and the calendar comes up with no trouble. I have learned how to create an event, but it is just the notifications I am concerned about. When I get into the Settings menu and go down to where the notification settings are I hit the Enter key, and when the combo box comes up I see there are alert notifications and desktop notifications, but when I up-arrow from where it indicates there are desktop notifications instead of hearing the word “E-mail,” I hear the word “off.” I don’t know why this is so, and when I try to turn notifications on nothing seems to be working, so I have for the moment just gone back to using Outlook calendar which I am more comfortable and familiar with. If you can receive e-mail Google calendar notifications I do not know how to access them. But in answer to your questions, I am very familiar with Outlook calendar and I am trying to use Google calendar from the web. I am using the latest JAWS beta version and Windows 10.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Brian Vogel
Sent: Monday, October 26, 2020 9:29 AM
Subject: Re: How Many of you out there have used Google Calendar?
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041
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