Now it will become really easy to schedule meetings thanks to Google Calendar. Though it is already trying to facilitate people find time for exercise and other important jobs between everyday activities, but now the app is targeting to abridge the formidable task of organizing meetings for individuals in the working domain.
Now Automatically Schedule your Meetings by Google Calendar
It has announced a new feature for Calendar’s Android app, Find Time, which will observe the agendas of everyone you want to attend an office meeting and pick out a window where everyone’s free or at least nearest to it. A list of suggested times will appear where we will get to select the time and if there is no time where all the members are totally free then Calendar will “look at which conflicting meetings can most easily be postponed.” Since all of this depends on individuals keeping their calendars upgraded, Find a Time is only accessible to those using Google Apps for Work or Google Apps for Education.
Previously this month, Google added one more feature, Goals, to its prevalent Calendar app. Goals helps consumers in finding slots of time where they can dedicate themselves to stuff like training, learning a new language, or whatsoever other recapping tasks they’ve been meaning to get into. And likewise, it looks at your occupied timetable of meetings, dinner plans, and anything else you’ve got enumerated to discover the best chance for some skill learning and self improvement. Now, the similar formula is being applied to the office realm.