Rainbow.surf for Google Calendar is a productivity chrome extension. it's a free extension and is featured in Productivity, it has 238 active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 5.00 from 8 rated user, last update is 588 days ago.
Free Chrome extension to cut the clutter when families or teams use calendar sharing and the same event appears in the same slot. ?? → ? merges duplicate Google Calendar events into one rainbow of the individual calendar colors ? makes weekends great again - with cool blue background colors ? new event box & mini calendar views also get cool blue weekends ? does not modify events (only works in your browser) ? doesn't show ads and doesn't send user's data anywhere ? open source: https://github.com/coedit/gcal-rainbow-surf Like it? Please rate it! Do you have ideas for new calendar enhancements or see an issue? Start a discussion: https://github.com/coedit/gcal-rainbow-surf/discussions/categories/ideas Passion project – curated by @ezdub – dedicated to @illstylist With code by @imightbeAmy @karjna @rubenpoppe @msteffen @ezdub art copyright ©2021 @ezdub
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The first calendar merge extension that doesn't leave a blank space where two events were merged into one, pushing later events further down.
I have literally like a dozen color-coded calendars for different organizations and this extension not only helps me keep them well-organized, it also makes them pretty!
Perfect calendar enhancement! Exactly what I need for the messy display of shared calendars on Google Calendar! So much cleaner now! Also, I have my week set to start on Monday now so I can think of a weekend as one block and see it that way. This extension adds background colors to weekend days which helps my brain more easily make the adjustment from the old Sunday-first view and there is no more confusion.