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Bug-Fix-A-Palooza πŸ›

This year, for the holidays, we're giving you all the gift of bug fixes! 🎁

This release included the following bug fixes:

  • When using automated add to calendar buttons on a domain that isn't registered, you should have received a signup flow to guide you through creating an account and adding the domain to your account. There was an error where the root domain wasn't properly added to the account; this has now been fixed.
  • Some of you might have noticed if you tried to delete a calendar subscriber using the API, it wasn't changing your usage for calendar subscribers but instead was deleting your event usage. This has now been fixed, so the correct usage for your calendar subscribers and events will show.
  • We are as long-winded as the best of them, so we know it's easy to fill the event description with more than 2,000 characters. However, iOS Safari was displaying a 'URL too loooooong' error, okay, maybe it actually said 'URL too long.' Either way, we have now truncated the event descriptions once they pass 2,000 characters for iOS Safari.
  • If you are using Microsoft for your Calendar, we are really sorry to hear that and are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Can you tell we're a Google Calendar team? πŸ˜‰ Anyways, for Microsoft Calendar users, if you had an '&' symbol in your calendar name, it was adding additional characters to the name of the calendar in Microsoft when a user subscribed.
  • Immediately after an event takes place, the upcoming events list on your landing page will now accurately reflect the number of upcoming events. There was previously a delay in removing the event that had just happened.

Lots more to come in the new year, but until then, have a good one!