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Following the addition of the Persian calendar early this year, Google Calendar today gained support for the Hebrew calendar. As a result, you can now display Hebrew dates alongside Gregorian ones:
To enable the Hebrew calendar, go into Settings, click on the General tab, and select it as an Alternate calendar. The Hebrew calendar is lunisolar, meaning it bases its months on lunar cycles and its years on solar cycles.
See also – Google now lets you download a copy of your Gmail and Google Calendar data
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