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Google makes it easier to add more info to Calendar events

You won’t have to click ‘more options’ to add attachments or permissions.
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Google is making it easier for G Suite users to add info to Calendar events without having to click “more options.” Now, when users create an event, more editable fields will appear directly in the pop-up dialog.

In G Suite, you’ll be able to grant guests permission to see the guest list, invite others or edit the event. You can add attachments to the event’s description or change an event’s visibility. You can choose an event color, customize notifications and set a free or busy status.

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Google is also improving the “find a time” feature. G Suite users will now be able to see potential guests’ calendars at once, that should make it easier to pick a time that works for everyone.

These updates may be especially helpful if you’re creating events on your iPad, now that Gmail finally works with the split view multitasking feature. Last year, Google also made it easier to create Calendar events with a web shortcut.

G Suite users on the Rapid Release schedule should see these latest changes in the next few days. Users with Scheduled Release domains will have access to the new features beginning July 23rd.

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