Along with the new UI, Google's also introducing a ton of new features for making you as productive as can be. It basically looks more like the mobile application. G Suite admins can now enter detailed information about their organization's meeting rooms-so employees know where a conference room is located, how large it is, and whether it has audio/video equipment or is wheelchair accessible. Not only can users now add their Google Doc presentations, spreadsheets or documents, they can easily access them from the "Event Detail" view of the invite.
Finally, Calendar now lets you see the contact information of meeting participants when you hover over their names in a Calendar invite.
Other notable updates rolling out to Google Calendar on the web today include the ability to manage multiple calendars side-by-side while in "day" view, which could prove useful for personal assistants and admin staff who have to schedule meetings on behalf of other people.
Along with the new features, Google Calendar for the web also includes a more modern color palette, in keeping with Calendar's mobile design, as well as a layout that auto-adjusts to screen size. Ideally, this means you have all the info you need for a productive meetings (as if there were such a thing...) in one place.
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To conclude, the device is priced at $400 in the United States of America, on direct conversion it comes around INR 25,000. Motorola has also included support for Amazon's Alexa and the users can access it without unlocking the device.
Joining this is a "Day" view option for seeing multiple calendars at once side-by-side.
Administrators on the other hand have to take a few more steps to get the new Calendar.
Add rich formatting and hyperlinks to your Calendar invites. There's also easier access to Day, Week and Month views. For more detail on changes, check out this post. G Suite Admins will be able to roll out the changes beginning today.
If you aren't seeing the new design right away, look for an option in the upper-right that says "Use new calendar".