While it does not happen often, occasionally an administrator may need to change the a user’s name. What that means, is that people that a user has invited to work with his or her calendar will see the calendar name as the user’s old email address. What they should see is the user’s first and last name. Fortunately, this bug really does not change how Google Calendar functions for users, it is just a display error.
If a delegate wants to correct this problem, they can manually change the calendar display name. THere are two options. Either click the small arrow located next to the calendar and choosing “Calendar Settings”, or through an external app that can update this setting through Google’s API. This is also how a delegate can rename the calendar to whatever they find most useful- even if it is not the owner’s name.
As you can see, these bugs do little to reduce the functionality of this app. If they do become an issue, there are simple ways to deal with them. In the end, while they are something to be aware of, they could be completely ignored until the bugs are solved by Google.
Whats great about cloud software like Google Apps for Business is that it is continuously updated. The Google Calendar issues in this post will be fixed and the software will be updated automatically.