Google today is introducing a new feature to its Calendar application that enables users to schedule meetings more efficiently. Now each guest you invited to meetings can propose a new time, and the organizer can easily review and accept time proposals. Continue reading “Google Calendar now makes it easier to reschedule meetings”
Google wants to make it easier for you share and stay connected with your family. The company has rolled out new Family Group sharing feature that lets you easily share calendars, photos, notes, and content subscriptions. Continue reading “Google Family Group lets you share Photos, Calendar, Keep and more”
Microsoft has announced that it is shutting down the Sunrise Calendar app it had acquired last February. The popular calendar app will be shut down on August 31.
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Google has rolled out a new feature for Calendar on the account of its 10 year anniversary. Dubbed as Goals, the new feature helps you find time to meet your personal goals. Continue reading “Google Calendar will now assist you with your goals”
Google has finally updated Calendar for Web with support for Reminders. The move comes months after it added Reminders support for Android and iOS in December. Continue reading “Google Calendar for Web gets Reminders”
Google has just updated its Google Calendar and the update brings about a Smart Suggestion feature for event tiles, places and people in 30 different languages.
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Google has updated Calendar apps for Android and iOS with a new Reminders feature. This will allow users create Reminders in Google Calendar to keep a track of all the scheduled events and appointments.
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Google has announced its plans to do a bit of ‘Winter Cleaning‘ and as a part of it, the company will stop supporting Exchange ActiveSync for Gmail, Contacts and Calendar. Access will only be provided via IMAP, CalDAV and CardDAC which means that legacy devices such as Symbian phones will no longer be able to connect to Google’s services.
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