Google Calendar mobile app is creating random nonexistent all-day events due to a glitch. | Photo Credit: Reuters
Users of the Google Calendar have reported a glitch in Google’s Calendar mobile app. The glitch is creating random, non-existent all-day events based on the user’s Gmail messages, according to a report from The Verge.
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The Google Calendar mobile app appears to be picking information from emails including delivery notifications, purchase receipts, and newsletters to create all-day events.
Google is yet to respond to a request for a comment on the glitch, the report shared. However, users can go to Google settings and toggle “Show events from Gmail” off to fix the problem.
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