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I’ve adjusted plenty of settings but I still receive the following message when attempting add a calendar event and authenticating to Google calendar.

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Steps to Reproduce (add as many as necessary): 1. 2. 3.


Redirects to:

Actual Result (gifs and screenshots are welcome!):

Expected result:
it should load my Google Calendar
Reproduces how often:
Every time
Operating System and Brave Version(See the About Brave page in the main menu):
W10 Brave 64
Additional Information:

  1. Try adding “” specifically to your “Allow” list. You currently have only COMPLETE

  2. Try logging out, clearing all cookies and cache, then logging back in and trying it again. COMPLETE

  3. Disabling shield COMPLETE

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You may have to clear cache/data for and/or

Clear cache with the browser has been done numerous times or are you referring to something else? Can you provide steps?

You’ve cleared all browsing data from your history?

Yes, I’ve cleared all browsing data.

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I am having the same issue.

Currently having the same issue

Fixed (maybe temporarily)

I had two profiles setup on my Brave Browser (Personal and Work). I had to clear all data (all time) in both the profiles to get it working again. If you have multiple profiles then do try this out.

Just don’t do the basic clearing, go to the advanced tab and check everything (except passwords if you want to retain saved passwords).

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