Send feedback about Google Calendar

If you want to report a problem or tell us something that's missing from Google Calendar, send us feedback. 

When to send feedback

Things you can send feedback about:

  • Something is broken or not working well
  • You have suggestions for things that should be added to Google Calendar

How to send feedback

In your feedback, try to share as much detail about the problem or suggestion as you can.

We can’t respond individually to every piece of feedback, but we do use your comments to improve Calendar for everyone.

  1. On your computer, open Google Calendar.
  2. Go to the area in Calendar that you want to send feedback on. 
  3. In the top right, click Settings  Settings  and then Send feedback
  4. Follow the instructions to write your feedback and show us what part of the page has problems.

Report inappropriate calendar invites or events

If you see a suspicious invitation or event on your calendar, report it as spam. 

First, report the event as spam

Notes: 

  • Don’t reply to event invites from your phone. Instead, follow the directions below to report the event as spam on your computer.
  • When you report one event, all events from that organizer will be removed from your calendar.

How to report an event:

  1. On your computer, open Google Calendar.
  2. Double click the event you’d like to report.
  3. At the top, click More Actions and then Report as Spam
Next, check your event settings

If you don't want to see events on your calendar that you haven't replied to, you can change your Google Calendar settings.

  1. On your computer, open Google Calendar.
  2. At the top right, click Settings menu Settings and then Settings.
  3. In the "General" tab, click Event settings and then Automatically add invitations. 
  4. Select No, only show invitations to which I have responded.

Visit the Calendar help forum

Our community of Calendar users is a great option in these situations:

  • Ask "how to" questions
  • Discuss Calendar with other people who use it
Go to the forum
Was this article helpful?
How can we improve it?