You can view events from Google Calendar next to your to-dos. If you are experiencing trouble with this feature, the following tips might help resolve them.
If the events you see in OhYeah are not correct, it means that Calendar sent faulty data to OhYeah. We have no means of correcting this ourselves – the issue has to be fixed in Google’s Calendar app.
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Some events or calendars do not appear
OhYeah depends on Google Calendar for any information about your events. If what you see in OhYeah does not match what you see in Google’s app, Google Calendar has sent faulty data to OhYeah. Here are a few steps you can try to correct this:
- Reboot your device.
- Turn off calendar integration via Your Avatar → Settings → Integrations → Disconnect om Google Calendar integration, then re-launch OhYeah and turn calendar integration back on.
* If your Exchange or Google account is being managed by your IT department, they might have set certain restrictions that prevent Google Calendar from sending information to other apps. We can’t circumvent that limitation.
Only follow the steps below if you are using OhYeah Cloud to backup your to-dos! Check that OhYeah → Settings → OhYeah Cloud is enabled.
- Tap and hold the OhYeah icon on your iPad or iPhone.
- Tap Remove App -
- Reboot your iPad or iPhone (Don’t skip this step!).
- Install OhYeah again.
- Go to OhYeah → Settings → Calendar Events and enable the integration again.
- Connect to OhYeah Cloud via OhYeah → Settings → OhYeah Cloud to download your data.
Depending on the size of your database, the download might take a little time. Please don’t close the app while this happening and make sure your iPad or iPhone is charged and has a stable WiFi access.
If none of the above steps helped to fix the problem*, you might want to try to remove the problematic calendar accounts from your device and then add them back.
- Go to Settings app → Calendar → Accounts and delete the accounts that cause trouble. Keep in mind that this will remove all the data for this account from your iPad or iPhone.
- Reboot your iPad or iPhone.
- Add the accounts back, check that the calendar data appears in Google Calendar, and then enable the calendars again in OhYeah.
* If your Exchange or Google account is being managed by your IT department, they might have set certain restrictions that prevent Google Calendar from sending information to other apps. That’s a limitation we cannot circumvent.
OhYeah to-dos don’t appear in Calendar
This is not a bug, but a choice on our part. OhYeah does not send your to-dos to Google Calendar.
Dates in the Calendar Are Wrong
If you try to pick a start date or deadline, and notice that the days of the week don’t align with the correct date, you are using an unsupported calendar format. This issue is not related to Google Calendar, though.