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Google Calendar adds miniature version of Maps to its sidebar, but you can disable it

Google Calendar adds miniature version of Maps to its sidebar, but you can disable it

About two years ago, Google added sidebars to its web apps, enhancing its services with miniature versions of Calendar, Tasks, or Keep, and you can even integrate third-party applets. For the first time in ages, a web app has now received a new standard integration — you can now access an almost full-blown version of Maps right inside Google Calendar.

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Outlook now supports syncing calendar events between Google and Samsung apps

Outlook now supports syncing calendar events between Google and Samsung apps

Microsoft has been busy building additional functionality into Outlook lately. From annotation abilities to voice assistant integration, it's clear that the company sees Outlook as an opportunity to bring the best of Microsoft to Android. The app's latest update adds a feature that should make keeping track of events easier for people who use multiple calendar apps.

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Google's new icons for Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, and Meet all look the same

Google's new icons for Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, and Meet all look the same

As part of its announcement of G Suite's rebranding to Google Workspace, Google introduced a new visual identity and five redesigned icons for some of its popular services: Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, and Meet. The icons, as you can see them above, are similar to what we've come to expect from Google — and perhaps a little too similar at that.

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Google officially rolls out Tasks integration in Calendar mobile apps

Google officially rolls out Tasks integration in Calendar mobile apps

Google Tasks might not be as feature-rich as some other to-do list applications, but it's still a great option for a simple task tracker. Tasks with specific dates already appear in the desktop version of Google Calendar, but only now is that feature officially coming to mobile.

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Google Calendar's integration with Tasks is going live for more people

Google Calendar's integration with Tasks is going live for more people

Google's to-do management strategy has never been its strong suit. Between a pretty basic Tasks app and reminders that have suffered from countless issues going back to 2017, things are sparse and unclear. Calendar has been trying to become the one-stop solution for this disjointed strategy and you can already use it to manage your reminders on web and mobile, as well as create and edit tasks on the web. The last piece of that puzzle is task support on mobile, and that's finally starting to roll out to users now.

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Google Reminders editing is functional again

Google Reminders editing is functional again

Google has fixed a bug that hindered many people from editing their Assistant reminders for some time yesterday. It was possible to create new reminders via voice, but manual editing via the reminder overview was broken, potentially globally. Luckily, there were workarounds if you absolutely had to change something about existing reminders during the period.

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Google Calendar web gets improved event creation and printout enhancements

Google Calendar web gets improved event creation and printout enhancements

Even though many Google desktop web apps are already pretty capable and easy to use, there are always things that can be improved, and as such, Calendar on the web has received an update. It's now possible to add more details in the pop-up event creation dialog, and you can finally create fully colored printouts, in case you still like to see your agenda in a physical form.

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The best free and open-source alternatives to Google Calendar on Android

The best free and open-source alternatives to Google Calendar on Android

While you may have already checked out our list free and open source Gmail alternatives, you may not even be aware free and open source alternatives to the likes of Google Calendar are out there. If you want to keep your schedule private — or simply don't want anything to do with Google — there are some totally decent options available for Android that you should check out. Here are some of our favorites.

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Google adds more accurate visualizations for shorter meetings in Calendar

Google adds more accurate visualizations for shorter meetings in Calendar

Keeping track of everything going on these days can get hectic. Luckily, there are apps like Google Calendar that help to manage busy schedules. Google is now updating the way shorter events are displayed on the calendar to make them more accurately reflect the correct length.

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