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This week Google is making scheduling events on your calendar easier by rolling out a new feature to all mail users. The new feature allows you to schedule new events to your calendar from your email. Now Google scans your emails for dates, times, or locations and underlines them with a dotted line. Here is an example:


In this example, you can see the faint underlining on the word Thursday as well as the times mentioned. If you click on one of the underlined words, you will see this:


You can add a time or any other details and then click on add to calendar to save the new event. The new event can be edited by going to your Google calendar.

Google is still rolling out this new feature so if you do not see it now; your account should be updated within the next few days to have access to this handy feature.



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Friday, May 10, 2013

Friday Google Tidbit: New Feature-Schedule Events within Google Mail

This week Google is making scheduling events on your calendar easier by rolling out a new feature to all mail users. The new feature allows you to schedule new events to your calendar from your email. Now Google scans your emails for dates, times, or locations and underlines them with a dotted line. Here is an example:


In this example, you can see the faint underlining on the word Thursday as well as the times mentioned. If you click on one of the underlined words, you will see this:


You can add a time or any other details and then click on add to calendar to save the new event. The new event can be edited by going to your Google calendar.

Google is still rolling out this new feature so if you do not see it now; your account should be updated within the next few days to have access to this handy feature.



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