Late to meetings? Easily lose track of time? Try this Google Calendar Lab, which adds a handy countdown timer to your next meeting right in Calendar. You’ll always see what event is coming up next, in addition to a countdown to that event.
Bye bye, email tag. Calendly is a scheduling tool that syncs with Google Calendar and makes scheduling meetings super simple. No more prolonged back-and-forth email chains.
Meetings might be a necessary evil, but creating calendar events for them doesn’t have to be. Instead of creating your events manually, here are two useful shortcuts you can use. With just a few clicks, you can add events to Google Calendar right from Gmail–and all of the essential details will be automatically filled in for you.
2016 was an exciting year for G Suite. Whether it was improving existing features with machine intelligence or rolling out new products entirely, there were lots of updates that are helping us work faster and more efficiently now. Here’s a roundup of our favorite updates from 2016.
Google recently updated the Calendar app for iOS and added a few new features. Here’s the lowdown.
If you juggle multiple calendars, you probably waste time checking all of them to see whether or not you’re actually free on a given date. By connecting your personal calendar to your work calendar, you can check all of your most important commitments in a single glance (and keep the info private).
Quick Add isn’t new, but it’s still a handy time-saving shortcut for adding events to Google Calendar. With this feature, you can describe an event using natural language. Google will then automatically create a Calendar event based on what you write.
When creating an event in Google Calendar, it can be challenging finding a time that works for all your guests. The Suggested Times feature in Google Calendar automatically finds event times that all of your guests can attend.
Here’s a tip for all the movie buffs out there. Learn how to integrate a list of upcoming movie releases to your Google Calendar so that you never miss the next blockbuster.
You probably use Google Calendar to keep track of your meetings and appointments, but what about the smaller “to do” tasks? Using the handy Reminders feature in Calendar, you can keep track of those too, enabling you to manage your day with one single tool.