Eventable works by synchronizing your calendar with a separate calendar feed that we create — this allows us to put events directly on the calendar without having to read all of a user's personal calendar information, keeping their data safe. 

Unfortunately, many calendar providers (most notably Google Calendar), only pull information from outside calendar feeds once every 6-8 hours, resulting in a long delay between the time an event is edited (or added to the feed), and when the event actually shows up in someone's calendar.

If you have created a notification that is less than 8 hours from now, you may not see it because your calendar hasn't updated and received the new information. We recommend creating notifications at least 8 hours in advance to ensure everyone receives the update in time.

Still not seeing the notifications in your calendar? Learn about forced notifications here.

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