Google Calendar Find a Time

Scheduling Meetings is no more a tall order with the Google calendar’s new feature. Tech giant Google is now all set to roll-out a feature “Find a Time,” which will help you to schedule your office meetings besides keeping a track of very important events in the free online calendar.

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As of now this tool is made available for all Android powered devices. The giant is also planning to bring this feature to iOS and web shortly.

The feature can be used only if the user updates all his/ her events in the Google calendar. This feature is available to everyone who uses Google apps for Work or Education.

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“‘Find a time’ helps you find meeting times that work for everyone — even if they’re in different time zones — based on their availability and the times they usually have meetings,” said Stella Schieffer, Google product manager in a blog post on Wednesday.

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Google Calendar’s new feature help in scheduling a meeting time that works for all the participants and also automatically checks out the schedules of everyone who are supposed to attend the meeting and selects a time according to their free time or at least closet time to it. Among several suggested times from Google Calendar, if there is no convenient time for all the participants, the calendar will sort out which conflicting meeting can be rescheduled.

Google helps you to Accomplishing your Goals with new goals feature

Recently in the beginning of this month, Google has added a new feature to its calendar called Goals. The entire schedule of the day like, meetings, gym time, Super and what not, all the daily tasks to be repeated will be reminded by Google Calendar Goals. Similarly, the new feature is for the work place/ organizations to schedule office meetings or get together. Users who are familiar with online calendar or Outlook calendar tool on desktop can easily use the new feature.

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