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On my IPad how can I make it so that my sign on to Google Calendar will always be saved so that I will be able to automatically sign on to this website?

On my IPad how can I make it so that my sign on to Google Calendar will always be saved so that I will be able to automatically sign on to this website?

The Google calendar website is http://www.google.com/calendar.

I would like to make it so that every time that I go to this website I will be automatically signed on. This is something that I am able to do on all of my Windows computers but so far I have been unable to do so on my IPad.

Please provide me with the steps on how I can make this happen.
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CyrRei88Commented:
Yes, this should be possible.

Here are the steps:

1. Turn on the iPad
2. Click on the Settings Icon
3. Now scroll down until you see Safari, click on it.
4. Now click on AutoFill
5. Now turn on Names & Passwords and click Clear All
6. Open Safari and go to http://www.google.com/calendar and log in. It should ask if you wanna safe your username and password. Safe it.

Now it should automatically login, when you open the site again
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IT GuyNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
CyrRei88,

Do I also use these same steps for an IPad 2?
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CyrRei88Commented:
Yeah, it's the same with the iPad 2. They both use the same iOS.

Let me know if it worked.
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
You might want to download and use the Google app instead of safari...
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Allen FalconCEO & Pragmatic EvangelistCommented:
Agree with jason1178 ... download the Google app.  Google has a mini-browser interface designed for the iPad/iPhone.

You can also setup the iPhone/iPad calendar to pull from your google calendar directly.

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