[Update: Issue fixed] Google Calendar team aware of issue with events not loading after clicking on 'N more', but there's a workaround
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on April 20, 2021) follows:
However, users have been facing an issue with the Google Calendar web app where events are not loading for them.
As per multiple reports from the Google Support community, the Calendar web app keeps on loading when users click on the ‘n more’ events button in the month view.
While this issue first came to light pretty recently, a lot of users appear to be facing the problem.
Since the issue is still affecting multiple users, Twitter user Artem Russakovskii has come up with a workaround for the same.
As per a tweet from Artem Russakovskii, the said issue might be due to the Calendar Tasks option present in the panel on the left.
The events not loading issue can be fixed by unchecking the Tasks radio button if there are no Tasks listed.
It is, however, unclear whether this workaround is fixing the issue in case users have added Tasks in their Calendar.
Also, affected users may not have to wait for long before the aforementioned issue gets resolved officially.
As per a Google Support community Product Expert, the relevant team is aware of the said issue.
This further indicates that a fix might be in the works and may be deployed to the affected users.
Hopefully, Google resolves the issue soon as it is inconveniencing multiple users.
That said, we will keep tracking this for further development and will provide more details once new information becomes available.
Update 1 (April 21)
IST 11:28 am: According to a recent report from Twitter user Artem Russakovskii, the Google Calendar events not loading issue has now been addressed. Events can now be accessed even when Tasks are enabled.
Thanks for bringing this to our attention, Artem!
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