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Time management is vital in today’s fast-paced world. Technology not only helps speed everything up, but it also pushes our daily lives into high gear; hence, the growing necessity and use of time management applications like Google Calendar. This app’s functions range from the expected (scheduling, setting reminders, and noting special occasions), to the impressive (sharing events on-the-go and sending invitations). But in a world of technology, change is to be expected and Google Calendar is no exception.
Starting in July this year, Google will remove the Calendar invitation feature within Gmail which allows you to add event invites directly within an email without having to open Calendar itself. As of now, if you choose to insert a Calendar invite within an email, you’ll get a message warning you of the changes ahead. Although this might irritate a few people, Gmail community managers report that the feature is conceivably underused by the majority.
Reasons why Google is pulling the plug on this feature is unknown. However, several sources believe that a replacement is in progress. Google Calendar will still enable you to create invitations but the workaround will be that you have to click into Calendar and create an invitation from there.
You still have some time to send invitations for Calendar through Gmail. The likelihood is that an even better integration system will be introduced. Looking to learn more about using Google’s products and services in your business? Call us today for a chat.
Published on 8th April 2014 by Jeanne DeWitt.