Imagine you have a repetitive task that you need to include on your calendar every day. You set the alarm for it and add it to your two-week view plan, and then you can just click the little green button next to it at the top of your Google Calendar so that it’ll automatically appear on the end of each week. Now imagine if you’ve made this something vital to your life, like doctor’s appointments or when classes start up again.
What is Google Calendar?
Google Calendar is a calendar app where you can track your events, meetings, and tasks. It’s easy to keep track of what’s going on in your month from anywhere over the internet. You can also invite your coworkers to see what times they’re available for meetings so that everyone does not have to guess about when everyone else is free for business talks.
Google Calendar’s most recent changes
Google Calendar has recently updated to version 5.1 and these changes make your life easier. It’s easy to keep track of various deadlines and save time by using the new multitask feature. Here is a list of some other changes:
– Home screen colors have been changed
– The app will switch back and forth automatically between 12 or 24 hour times
– There are now more options for sharing your calendars with other people
– You can also share calendars with public or private groups
How to import, export, and back up your calendar
The update for Google Calendar gives the app a few new features and changes. One of those features is importing, exporting, and backing up your schedule. Whether you’re planning ahead or need another look at what you have going on, the feature will give you version control over your calendar events without any hassle. You need to be running Android 4.1 or higher in order to take advantage of the new feature, but these changes have been in the works for a while now. The app appears to have received a shot of energy and is keeping it up by adding more features that should make it even better for people who use Google Calendar as a life manager tool.
Hit the link below if you’d like to know what else is new in this update, or go into the Google Play Store
How to set weekly recurring events in Google Calendar
Google has updated Calendar so that you can select week by week events and apps on your phone to sync with Google Calendar. There are also options for school, work, and other official calendars. To add recurring events, in Google Calendar on the web, go to Settings. Tap Add a recurring event and then choose your options for when and how often you’d like a calendar event to repeat. Then, add it by tapping Save. To create an event with a recurring time, first tap Create Event. Tap Rerun & schedule this event with next week soon or schedule this event right now.
You can also set the date when you’d like to start a
Customizing recurring and one-time tasks
In the past, Google Calendar allowed users to add a recurring event. However, there was not an option that could be used for one-time tasks such as groceries or paying bills. This has changed recently and Google update their app to allow you set certain customization settings for more specific user’s needs. For example, if you are planning a wedding for 50 people and only want to view it on your calendar but not share it with anyone else then this new feature will work wonders for you. You can now see only ‘Classes’ for Massage Therapy including the appointments showing like on social media.
Here’s what you need to know about the ‘Priority’ setting. The Priority feature allows you to easily set specific preferences that can be seen specifically. For example, if you have a business card and want people to get an email indicating they are allowed to register for your class then this could be a great option when using Google Calendar with marketing purposes. Now people will
What are the new features and commands in Google Calendar?
It’s finally here! Google has finally updated their productivity app, Google Calendar. Starting this Friday, March 30, 2016 at 9AM PT, the update is reaching millions of users. What will be new and impactful for you with this update is the addition of themes and key commands to make scheduling easier than ever. Spoiler: Below, we’ve outlined everything you need to know.
New Features and Commands in Google Calendar
With the update, there are 4 new features you’ll love.
Now You’ll be Able to Change Calendars on Desktop (Yes!) This one is going to be HUGE for users who have a large number of different calendars. You’ll still only have one main calendar, but Google has added a new feature called “Day view specfics”. This allows you to decide
Implementation of the improvements: Pros and Consof this update!
An upgrade of Google calendar last year drastically changed how it operates and improved the interface. However, it did also introduce some tradeoffs that were not missed and forces an understanding of how they were implemented. For one thing, the update made it more awkward when going back a few weeks or even a day at a glance with just plain scrolling. Even now, when you go back to the previous twelve hours including today, there is no way to thoroughly explore what went on in between your visits without clicking around which defeats the purpose of bringing up that information in any detail. Further changes from this either help or make these inconveniences worth taking since every improvement makes for easier navigation especially with time commitment as well as dates of events to keep track of. With just this small compilation of changes, there is a definite step up from the previous version and a solid improvement that makes it worthy of recommendation.
It helps to be online while using Fresh Calculator thanks to the inclusion of speed dial (such as contacts), showing quick access to different functions when in need like the ‘event reminder’ button on top which is easy enough to use even with one hand and anytime having an overview bigger than whatever screen you happen to be looking at