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Jbeau38
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Create Event on Calendar 1, and Update to Calendar 2.

Good Afternoon,

 

I have been struggling with what seems to be a simple concept, yet I cannot seem to get artifacts removed. 

 

Idea:

I post on my calendar 1 an event

The event then auto updates to Calendar 2 (A shared , public one) - Got this step easy.

If I modify my calendar 1 event, it does update on Calendar 2, however leaves the original on there as well. (Cannot not seem to get the logic to work right). 

 

Part 2:

My goal is to set an event as a particular category on Cal 1 so that Cal 2 ONLY updates with items from that category (or even some kind of filter/format rule)

Have that update to Cal 2

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