You should now see Lightning populated with your Google Calendar events.As mentioned above, you don’t need Provider for Google Calendar to add public calendars.You can still add public Google Calendars using the i Calendar (ICS) format, which offers read only access (see below).In the following window (Locate your calendar) you either have to provide your Google email address, log into your account, and grant Provider for Google Calendar permission to manage your calendars OR — if you have previously done that — you can pick an existing Google session.Since the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, you can even manage your Google, i Cloud, and Outlook calendars from the Taskbar. The Mozilla Wiki has a thorough page covering Provider of Google Calendar, including a section about bugs and limitations.You can also poke your head into the Google Group discussing further questions.
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