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Having trouble scheduling that event? Suggested times now available in Google Calendar

November 6, 2011 · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Featured, Google, Technology News 

A ‘Suggested times’ feature is now available in Calendar. If a guest is using Google Calendar and you or users at your domain have access to their calendar, when you click on this new feature, a popup will display times when guests are available.

Release track:
Rapid*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Google Calendar




How to access what’s new:
1. Add a guest to your event and the ‘Suggested times’ link will appear.
2. Click the link to open a popup that will display times when guests are available.
3. Find a time that works and click to select it.
4. The calendar event page will automatically update to reflect your chosen time.

Note:
- If you don’t have access to a guest’s calendar, the popup will still indicate if “All participants can attend” as it only checks those calendars that you have access to, including your own.
- If there isn’t a time when all of your guests are available, the popup will display the error message, “No free times for all participants were found through [day and time range you selected]. Choose a different start time to search again”. This may happen if some guests have all-day events or working hours set.
- The list can also be navigated using the arrow keys and is accessible with a screen reader for accessibility.

For more information:
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/11/suggested-times-in-google-calendar.html

Offline Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Docs

September 1, 2011 · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Featured, Google 

As promised, Google brought back the offline mode for Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Docs. The updated apps use HTML5 features and no longer require the Gears plugin.

For Gmail, Google chose the easy way out and tweaked the tablet interface. You can only use it in Google Chrome after installing this app from the Chrome Web Store. The app lets you archive and label email, compose new messages and read the messages you’ve received, but it doesn’t have all the features from the standard version. The interface is more suitable for tablets, so this is more like a temporary workaround instead of a definitive solution.



Offline Google Calendar and offline Google Docs aren’t yet available to everyone and will be rolled out in the coming days. Google says that the offline mode is built into the apps, just like the Gears version. “Google Calendar and Google Docs let you seamlessly transition between on- and offline modes. When you’re offline in Google Calendar, you can view events from your calendars and RSVP to appointments. With Google Docs you can view documents and spreadsheets when you don’t have a connection. Offline editing isn’t ready yet, but we know it’s important to many of you, and we’re working hard to make it a reality. To get started using Google Calendar or Google Docs offline, just click the gear icon at the top right corner of the web app and select the option for offline access,” explains Google.

I don’t see the offline settings for Google Calendar and Google Docs in my account, but offline Gmail is disappointing. It only works in Chrome, it has a different URL (https://mail.google.com/mail/mu/), the interface is optimized for iPad and Android tablets and it’s very limited. Hopefully, Google will add support for offline access to the regular interface.

New The Google+ Bar

June 29, 2011 · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Featured, Google 

A page from the Google+ help center explains the purpose of the new Google navigation bar:

The Google+ bar, which appears at the top of Google products, is your connection to Google+. You can share what’s on your mind, view your Google+ notifications, access your profile, or jump to a variety of other Google products. For instance, to get to Google+, all you have to do is click +[your first name].

When you’re signed in and look at the Google+ bar, you’ll see your full name or email address displayed with a photo or avatar next to it. This helps you identify which account you’re currently signed in to. You can sign in to multiple accounts at once and switch between them using the Google+ bar.

One of the most interesting feature of the bar is notifications:

When you receive a notification, the notification area in the Google+ bar will turn red and show the number of new notifications. If you click the notification area in the Google+ bar, you’ll see a summary of your recent notifications. When you click a notification, a preview of the event that generated the notification will appear in the drop-down menu. You can take action on each notification right from the notifications menu, like commenting on a post or adding someone to a circle.

The navigation bar has been morphed into the Google+ bar and it should be more useful. Maybe at some point the bar will include notifications for Gmail, Calendar, Google Docs and other Google services.

Google Calendar Adds Event Colors

May 11, 2011 · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Featured, Google 

Google Calendar still doesn’t offer support for labels, but you can now pick a color for each event. By default, each event inherits the calendar’s color, but you can change it by clicking the event and using the small drop-down displayed next to the event’s title.

“Color Coded Events lets you assign specific colors to certain events: put pink on your daughter’s soccer practice or make your lunch dates red. It’s a great way to stay organized, keep track of recurring events, and add a little flair to your calendar. Color coding is private to you and anybody who can edit your calendar,” explains Google.



If you want even more options, go to Google Calendar Labs and enable “Event flair” to be able to add icons to your events.

{ Thanks, Brahm. }

Quickly Edit Google Calendar Events

March 20, 2011 · 1 Comment
Filed under: Featured, Google 

You no longer have to double click on a Google Calendar event to edit its name. Now you can just click on the event’s name and quickly edit it from the description balloon.


{ Thanks, Maarten. }

Google Apps Event timezones in Google Calendar available to all Google Apps domains

January 5, 2011 · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Featured, Google 

The following new feature is now available in Google Calendar for all Google Apps domains:

Event timezones – You can now specify the time zone for a given event. You can even set up events which start in one time zone and end in another.

Previously this feature was only available to domains with ‘pre-release features’ enabled in the Administrator Control Panel.


How to access what’s new:
Event timezones: Click the “Time zone” link to the right of the date and time fields on the event page. Events will appear on your calendar according to the current time zone you’re in, and when you change to your destination time zone they’ll be in the right place.

For more information:
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2010/12/event-time-zones-in-google-calendar.html

Easier to schedule events: Event time zones now in Google Calendar

December 8, 2010 · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Featured, Google, Google API 

For Domains whose admins have enabled the ‘enable pre-release features’ checkbox in the Control Panel:

Event timezones – You can now specify the time zone for a given event. You can also set up events which start in one time zone and end in another.

For Domains with ‘enable pre-release features’ checkbox disabled:

Optional attendees: When adding invitees to an event, you now have the ability to communicate the importance of a meeting for each attendee.

Event timezones: Click the “Time zone” link to the right of the date and time fields on the event page to enter the timezone. Events will appear on your calendar according to the current time zone you’re in, and when you change to your destination time zone they’ll be in the right place.

Attendees now in Google Calendar

November 30, 2010 · Leave a Comment
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Domains whose admins have enabled the ‘enable pre-release features’ checkbox in the Control Panel The following new features are now available in Google Calendar for these domains: Optional attendees: When adding invitees to an event, you now have the ability to communicate the importance of a meeting for each attendee. New event page for some domains: The recently released new event page is now also available to domains that have enabled our Google Calendar Connectors API which shows data from other services. This page was previously unavailable to these domains. Domains with ‘enable pre-release features’ checkbox disabled For these domains, the following features are intended for release on December 7: – Optional attendees. – New event page for domains that have enabled in Google Calendar Connectors API.

Easier event scheduling and more in Google Calendar

September 3, 2010 · Leave a Comment
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A new event page in Google Calendar has been introduced. Among the changes such as simplified layout and making the style more consistent with other Google apps, some new functionality has also been added:
- New repeating event editor
- New tool to help you find a time for your event and work better across time zones
- Ability to set your default working hours for events

Editions included:
Standard, Premier, Education, Team, Partner Edition and Google Apps for Government

Languages included:
All languages supported by Google Calendar

How to access what’s new:
Repeating event editor: You can now see a summary of your recurring event on the main event page; if you want to edit it, you can use a window that opens when you select the “Repeats” checkbox.

Find a time feature: If you have access to view other people’s calendars, you can click this tab to see a preview of their schedules and hover over their events to see what conflicts they might have.

Working hours: In ‘Calendar Settings’, you can now specify what your available working hours are. Enabling this feature will show a warning to other people when they invite you to an event outside the hours that you’ve set.

Note: In order to see the new repeating event editor and find a time feature, your domain administrator must enable the ‘Enable pre-release features’ checkbox in the Google Apps Control Panel under ‘Domain settings’. This new functionality is currently not available for domains that have enabled our Google Calendar Connectors API which shows data from other services. We hope to make this available to those domains in the near future.

For more information:
http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2010/08/work-better-across-time-zones-with.html
Find a time: http://www.google.com/support/calendar/bin/answer.py?answer=178219

Google’s iPhone App Adds Notifications for Gmail and Google Calendar

August 25, 2010 · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Featured, Google, Technology News 

I rarely use the native email clients from Android and iPhone. Gmail’s mobile web app has a better interface and it’s easier to use than those applications, but there are some limitations that force you to switch to the native apps: you can’t attach files and there’s no support for notifications. Until mobile browsers add support for these features and integrate with the operating system, native apps will continue to be more powerful.

The latest version of Google Mobile App for iPhone solves one of these issues by adding push notifications for Gmail and Google Calendar. You no longer have to use Google Sync to get instant notifications when you receive an email message or an event is about to occur.


I tried to update to Google Mobile App 0.6 in the App Store, but it seems that the new version is not yet available for everyone.

Update: I installed the latest version of Google Mobile App, but push notifications don’t seem to work. Other users complain about the same problem.

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