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Google Calendar for Android updated to v6.0 with new Material UI

Monday, September 24th, 2018

Google is slowly but surely updating all its apps to the new Material interface, which in Google's case means lots of white. We've already seen the new theme pop up in the Calculator, Contacts, and more. Now, it's Google Calendar's turn. The v6.0 update is rolling out with the new look, and you can sideload it right now.

You should be familiar with what a material update entails for Google these days.

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Google Calendar for Android updated to v6.0 with new Material UI was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Calendar and Docs get expandable sidebar for quick access to other G Suite products

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018

 

When the new Gmail arrived in April this year, it brought with it a quick-access side panel that integrated Calendar, Tasks and Keep right into the email platform's interface. Now, that feature is coming to Google Docs editors and Google Calendar, as well. This means that you'll be able to access compact versions of Calendar, Keep and Tasks from an expandable panel on the right-hand side of Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drawings. As for Google Calendar, you'll get just Keep and Tasks. 

The feature is a handy way to multi-task without getting lost in a befuddling mess of tabs, and appears to be slowly expanding across G Suite.

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Google Calendar and Docs get expandable sidebar for quick access to other G Suite products was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Home can now read your imported and iCal calendars

Thursday, July 12th, 2018

Multiple calendar support on Google Home has been available since last November, but the feature has been very limited. You couldn't choose your birthday or holiday calendars, ones created from a G Suite account, or imported calendars from URLs/iCal. That last part has recently changed, even though the support page hasn't caught up to it yet.

If you head over to your Calendar section in the Google Home app (under More settings), you should find a list of all your personal and shared calendars, plus the ones you've imported via a URL or iCal.

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Google Home can now read your imported and iCal calendars was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Calendar getting work hours, out-of-office scheduling for G Suite users

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

Work-life balance can be tricky. Google Calendar is getting a couple of additions that will hopefully make it easier to delineate when your work time ends and your personal time begins: soon, G Suite users will be able to set both their normal work hours as well as mark when they're out of the office.

Out of office shows up as a new event type when creating an event in your calendar on desktop.

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Google Calendar getting work hours, out-of-office scheduling for G Suite users was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

You might be sharing private events on Google Calendar without realizing it – here’s how to fix that

Friday, June 15th, 2018

Everybody uses Google Calendar (well, most people), and it's a tool many of us probably rely on every day to manage our lives, our work, and all the things we'd forget if our phones didn't remind us to do them.

Google Calendar has, then, also become a repository of highly personal information about us - our doctor appointments, our social plans, our whereabouts in general, and more. And because of that, giving a loved one or a close business associate access to our calendar only makes sense, right?

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You might be sharing private events on Google Calendar without realizing it - here's how to fix that was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Calendar update tells you when everyone declines an invitation

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

Google Calendar is getting an update that will make your depressing lack of popularity more evident. When everyone declines one of your event invitations, the app will alert you and offer quick actions to remedy the situation. Sadly, the options do not include "sulk in the corner" or "send a passive-aggressive email."

This update was announced as a part of G Suite earlier in the month, and now it's part of the Android app (this is the only change).

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Google Calendar update tells you when everyone declines an invitation was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

G Suite integrations for Hangouts Meet and Calendar offer new compatibility with Skype, Cisco, and more

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018

 

 

One of the key issues facing any business is making sure the technology and services you use facilitate easy collaboration, both internally and externally. Thanks to new integrations in Hangouts Meet and Google Calendar, G Suite users should find it easier than ever to have meetings with users of other platforms.

Hangouts Meet is gaining new compatibility with existing video conferencing systems like Polycom and Cisco, and a partnership with Pexip will allow teams using other equipment to join a Meet call too.

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G Suite integrations for Hangouts Meet and Calendar offer new compatibility with Skype, Cisco, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google Calendar now lets you write a message when meeting details are changed

Friday, June 1st, 2018

Google Calendar may be used by a tons of companies to schedule meetings and events, but it's not perfect. However, Google has just corrected a long-standing qualm that many have had: not being able to inform meeting attendees about why a meeting was revised.

Prior to this update, changing a meeting's time or deleting a meeting altogether would leave attendees in the dark about why the meeting was rescheduled or canceled.

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Google Calendar now lets you write a message when meeting details are changed was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Update Notes for Android Auto, Photos, Tasks, Play Music, Maps, and more (April 30, 2018)

Monday, April 30th, 2018

Every week, I examine somewhere in the neighborhood of a hundred app updates while looking for changes. The most interesting things turn into APK Teardowns or Download posts. Many of the remaining updates are unremarkable, amounting to a few bug fixes, routine updates to libraries, or even just pixel-level adjustments to layouts and images. However, there are usually a few updates that land somewhere in between. I don't want to spam readers with dozens of short posts, but I hate to ignore things that people might want to know about, so I'm going to wrap up the leftovers for a little weekend reading and call it Update Notes.

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Update Notes for Android Auto, Photos, Tasks, Play Music, Maps, and more (April 30, 2018) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Update Notes for Android Auto, Photos, Tasks, Play Music, Maps, and more (April 30, 2018)

Monday, April 30th, 2018

Every week, I examine somewhere in the neighborhood of a hundred app updates while looking for changes. The most interesting things turn into APK Teardowns or Download posts. Many of the remaining updates are unremarkable, amounting to a few bug fixes, routine updates to libraries, or even just pixel-level adjustments to layouts and images. However, there are usually a few updates that land somewhere in between. I don't want to spam readers with dozens of short posts, but I hate to ignore things that people might want to know about, so I'm going to wrap up the leftovers for a little weekend reading and call it Update Notes.

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Update Notes for Android Auto, Photos, Tasks, Play Music, Maps, and more (April 30, 2018) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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