Google-Calendar

 
  • Google Calendar Starts Testing "Sneak Preview"

    Google Calendar Starts Testing "Sneak Preview"

    Google Calendar is testing out a new feature that should make scheduling events a tad easier than it used to be by allowing you to see at a glance if the event you're creating will conflict with the schedules of the people you're inviting. Dubbed "Sneak Preview", the feature's name is perhaps more exciting than its actual function, but it should prove to be quite useful. The feature is… Read More

  • Add Sports Team Schedules, Birthday Reminders, And More To Google Calendars

    Add Sports Team Schedules, Birthday Reminders, And More To Google Calendars

    Want to keep track of Yankees games, Bristol Rugby matches, or the schedule of the Taiwan Beer team (for all of you fans of the Taiwanese Super Basketball League out there)? Now you can subscribe to the schedules of your favorite professional sports teams on Google Calendar. Just click on "Add other calendars" in the left-hand column and browse "interesting calendars." Google just added sports… Read More

  • Google Calendar Adds Labs and Opens Up An API

    Google Calendar Adds Labs and Opens Up An API

    Google Calendar now has its own Labs. Long one of the most popular features of Gmail, at least among the early adopter crowd, Labs is the tab in Settings where users can find and turn on experimental new features. Google Calendar Labs is launching with six features: Background Image (now you can change it) Attach a Document (to an event) World Clock (see what time it is for the person you… Read More

  • Google Calendar Goes Offline For Everyone, But Is Still Hampered

    Google Calendar Goes Offline For Everyone, But Is Still Hampered

    In January, Google released an offline version of Gmail based on Google Gears. Last month, it began offering an offline version of Google Calendar to enterprise app customers. Today, the rest of us get to try the offline calendar, which is also based on Google Gears. Once you click on the "Offline" link at the top of the page, the application asks you once to enable Google Gears for the… Read More

  • Offline Google Calendar Is The Ugly Stepsister of Offline Gmail

    After announcing the offline feature for Gmail last week, Google allowed another feature to be viewed offline: Google Calendar. Unfortunately, the masses will have to wait for access. The offline access, which was built using Google Gears, is currently only available to users of business software package, Google Apps. While the offline feature for calendars offers read-only access for enterprise… Read More

  • With Jiffle, Others Can Fill In Your Schedule For You

    With Jiffle, Others Can Fill In Your Schedule For You

    Anyone who’s ever played phone tag knows just how tough it can be to schedule a meeting with someone. Jiffle aims to remove the fuss involved with coordinating availability by enabling users to create appointments on other people’s calendars. The program is already fully integrated with Outlook, and beginning next week it will be compatible with Google Calendar as well. Upon opening a… Read More

  • Google Calendar Goes Mobile

    Google Calendar Goes Mobile

    Need to check your calendar on the go? Well if you use Google Calendar you’ll be able to check on your events and maintain your schedule from your mobile handset via WAP. The good folks at the Google Calendar team have realized that more people have mobile phones than computers, and now you can visit calendar.google.com from your phone to get see what you have planned. It works just like the… Read More

  • Google Calendar is Live

    Google Calendar is Live

    Google Calendar has officially gone live at calendar.google.com. A tour of Calendar is available here. Dave Winer may have been the first to write about it on Scripting.com. CNET also has a story. My first impression – It’s fast, slick and stable. Calendar is Ajax driven and, as I mentioned, very fast. Adding an event is as easy as typing “Dinner with Keith tomorrow at 8pm”… Read More

  • Exclusive Screenshots: Google Calendar

    Exclusive Screenshots: Google Calendar

    Update: Google Calendar is live. I am now in possession of screenshots from Google’s long delayed new Ajax calendar application, which will be called “CL2″ (the CL2 login screen is here). It was only a matter of time before someone broke down and leaked these – as far as I know these screen shots are the first on the public web. Previous ones were almost certainly… Read More