Google Calendar update makes it easier to avoid appointment conflicts


What you need to know

  • Google has announced significant updates to its Calendar app.
  • The new update brings improvements to the appointment scheduling tool on Google Calendar.
  • The said update assures us to stop scheduling conflicts between users and clients. 

To assist users in setting meetings that best suit their schedules, Google is bringing some updates to the Calendar app. The update promises to avoid scheduling conflicts caused by users’ multiple calendar events.

The changes are primarily coming to the appointment scheduling tool found in accounts related to school or work organizations and also with individuals subscribed to Google Workspace. For those unaware, the tool will help share their availability through a booking page.

As of now, if someone tries sharing appointment times with others, the current appointment process only allows the user to check one calendar for conflicts. The new update allows users to check multiple calendars at once.

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During the appointment schedule setup, Google Calendar users can check and see a preview of their calendars, which should help users who juggle multiple Google accounts.

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