Thank you for raising with us. This is a known issue due to some changes on Google's end:
This is caused by a change in the Google Calendar API that caused it not to work with our widget connector anymore. In Confluence Cloud, we do not have plans to fix this issue, because Google could change their API again and break it once again.
It is better to display the calendar via the iFrame Macro. This is more stable, because you won't be affected by any changes on Google's side. It's also more flexible because you can control the height and width of the calendar.
If you are on Server, the appropriate bug is below:
See How to put an iFrame into Confluence for information on how to embed an iFrame in Confluence Server.
Let me know if you have any questions about this.
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