Google Calendar on the Web has received a modern redesign that better resembles the mobile app, as well as new features targeted specifically at enterprises.
You can also add rich text to Calendar invitations, and link out to relevant spreadsheets, documents or presentations in them. That means a fresh new color palette and a design that's in line with Google's Material Design scheme, but also - and more importantly - a responsive layout that smartly adjusts your calendar to the size of your browser window. There's also a new feature with Day view that allows you to view multiple calendars side by side - potentially saving supervisors that manage employees' calendars a lot of time.
In addition to design differences, Google has added functionality with extra content in event cards. For more detail on changes, check out this post. Tried it yet? You can share your views and thoughts about the new changes and updates by using the comment box below. This can especially come in handy for anyone trying to schedule a meeting for multiple people with busy schedules. Once you click Day and select the calendars you want to compare, the new version of Calendar will display them simultaneously, but in separate columns. Plus, if you accidentally delete a meeting invite, you can easily restore it.
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G Suite admins can enable the new business-focused features from today, while individuals can access the new Calendar interface through the settings in the upper right-hand corner of the main view. Lars Krüger Product Manager, Google Calendar wrote in a blog post. If you want to revert, just click Settings - Back to classic Calendar.
The second option is to manually update to the new Calendar, this is particularly helpful if there's an extension that's vital to the work a company does but that isn't supported yet with the update. G Suite Admins will be able to roll out the changes beginning today.