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Question KDE Kalendar/clock sync with Google Calendar and Nextcloud

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I'm struggling to locate the option to synchronize the default calendar provided with Kubuntu with Google calendar and Nextcloud. I tried installing Kalendar from Github but it seems outdated. KDE plasma Kalendar and
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sync seems to not be working with the current clock/calendar widget. I looked at
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dcoumentation with no luck.

When I click "Configure Digital Clock," this is what it displays:
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Yep I lost a lot of time with exactly that problem. Once you've installed and set up KOrganizer, you can make its events visible in the panel widget using kdepim-addons.
  1. Install KOrganizer from "Discover".
  2. Install kdepim-addons by running:
    Code:
    sudo apt install kdepim-addons
  3. Right-click on the clock in the panel, select "Configure Digital Clock," then navigate to the Calendar tab.
  4. Enable the PIM Events Plugin.
  5. In the Digital Clock settings, locate the PIM Events Plugin and select the calendars you want to display in the KDE clock/calendar widget.
Note: If you are using Latte the KDE plasma may crash, just hit ALT+SPACE and write "Latte". It'll relaunch and you'll find the new settings inside the clock widget.
 
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