How To Add Stardates To Your Google Calendar
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How To Add Stardates To Your Google Calendar

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Stardate: [-28] 09370.00  This short little how-to tutorial you show you how to quickly add Stardates to your Google Calendar. This can easily be removed when you tire of it and shouldn’t affect other calendars you have setup.

Here’s The Quick Stardate Tutorial

First, Go to your Google Calendar and click on Settings

Go to Calendar settings
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On the top left you should see four tabs:
General | Calendars | Mobile Setup | Labs

Calendar setting tabs
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Click on the “Calendars” tab

Below your calendars, you should see a section “Other Calendars

To the right of that, click “Browse interesting calendars

Under “Interesting Calendars“, you should see three more tabs:
Holidays | Sports | More

You want to click the “More” tab

Interesting Calendars - Stardates
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Simply scroll down and click next “subscribe” to the “Stardates” calendar.

Now you should see the Stardate for each day on your Google Calendar

Stardates On Your Google Calendar
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You can come back to this same location at anytime to unsubscribe from the Stardates Calendar, or any other calendar you have added.

Extra Tip: You can change the background and font color of any Calendar right on Google Calendars.

Change Google Calendar Background Colors
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Video Tutorial on Adding Stardates

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Brian D. Hawkins

Blogging superhero by day and internet super villain by night. Blogger, future online millionaire and all around great guy. Married and from Michigan.

This Post Has 15 Comments

  1. Heather Jabusch

    I did not know this was an option. Thank you for the info.

  2. Scott Glaze

    Thank you for sharing!

  3. Knikkolette

    LOL cool! – would be even more popular if available in all the famous captain voices… perhaps the ability to make our own avatars into “captain” form! 🙂

    1. Brian D. Hawkins

      I like that Knikkolette, a Star Trek WordPress theme. There’s a nice idea for a theme builder. 😉 Beam me up Scotty.

  4. Sharon O'Day

    I love your tutorials … even (in this case) if I don’t use Google calendar! I find there are always snippets that relate to other Google products, for example, that serve me well …

    1. Brian D. Hawkins

      I’m a little late on my relies Sharon but thank you for the comment. I’d be in pretty bad shape without Google calendar myself.

  5. Karen Woodham

    I love it, thanks Brian, just set up my calander to the Stardates, looks brilliant, be interesting to see what it does when I log in on my tablet etc 😉

    1. Brian D. Hawkins

      Good deal Karen, I didn’t even think of that. I’ll have to check out on my nook. 🙂

      1. Karen Woodham

        I was hoping my Nexus 7 would display the Stardates in it’s calendar, but sadly it doesn’t 🙁

  6. Jeff Smith

    I love this calendar. Only problem is I can’t find anywhere that devines how this stardate works. It doesn’t follow any of the diverse ideas I have looked up for different stardates

    1. Brian D. Hawkins

      Thanks, Jeff, I think it’s only for fun. I ran into the same issue after I wrote this post. I don’t think there’s an official “stardate”. It’s just a fictional date system for Star Trek.

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