Google calendar changed with Android 12 update

Hydraulic Jack

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prior to the update I had two lines (dashes) under every date because I have two events every day. any other days that had extra events had additional lines for every event
 

Gary02468

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For me (S21U, BUK7), the app's full-month view shows all the appointments for each day, not just underlines. When I swipe up to show today's agenda at the bottom of the screen, the top of the screen shows a one-month calendar with each date highlighted (not underlined) if there's an appointment on that date.
 

Roadijeff

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The underline for events also disappeared from my Samsung calendar after the Android 12 update. The slightly highlighted date box on which I have an event is harder to see on the monthly calendar now. I spent a bit of time trying to get the underline to come back but I could not find a way.

I ended up replacing that calendar with the Google calendar, as was recommended by someone in a different thread on here. The only thing I do not like about the Google calendar is that the icon does not display the current date, just "31". I did some research and learned that if I switch to a different launcher, such as Nova, I could get it to show the current date on the icon after doing a few Houdini tricks. I did not want to change launchers so I guess I will just live with the "31" on the icon.

Here's a screenshot of what I'm talking about. I temporarily added the Samsung calendar back on my home page to show the difference between it and Google.

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It would help if the @Hydraulic Jack could clarify if they're talking about the stock Samsung Calendar app or the Google Calendar app. I thought from the original post that they were talking about the Google Calendar app, but @Roadijeff describes the change in the Samsung Calendar app.