How can I force Google Calendar to sync/update my Tripit iCal feed? [duplicate]
This question already has an answer here: How can I get my TripIt calendar to show up on Google Calendar? 4 answers I have had my TripIt feed registered in my Google Calendar for several years, mostly without issue. However, sometimes, entries that a clearly and accurately registered in TripIt just don't show up in Google Calendar. I currently have a trip that has both hotel and air reservations in TripIt; it's been in there for weeks, and the trip starts tomorrow, but it still hasn't shown up in Google Calendar. Oddly, I have past trips, in the last few weeks that are correctly in Google Calendar. And I have future trips that are correctly in Google Calendar. But this one just isn't. I've manually examined the XML and iCal feeds, and the trip is present. Google Calendar just isn't respecting/reflecting it. Is there any way to "force" a Google Calendar sync? I've tried adding/removing the feed, to no avail...
Answering my own question, as I found a solution. Actually, I contacted TripIt support, and after a few roundtrips, they offered a suggestion that finally worked…
Remove the “www.” from the calendar feed URL.
Yep. That’s it. Problem solved. I can go catch my flight now. Thanks.
The more complete answer is to toggle the
www. part of the TripIt feed URL when you re-add it.
I recently had this problem. My work GCalendar was using tripit.com and my personal GCalendar was using www.tripit.com. No updates on either one, several hours after the TripIt feed was updated.
To force them both to refresh, I re-added the TripIt feed to the work calendar with the
www. and then re-added the TripIt feed to the personal calendar without the
Both refreshed almost immediately. To make sure this works again, next time I need it, I “hid” the non-refreshed versions of the feeds which will hopefully make google forget them.
I suspect they have some optimization where they stop refreshing calendars that aren’t recently used. Haven’t traveled in awhile? Yeah, you’ll need this. Google is great with algorithms but sadly out of touch with what people really need.
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