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Google Calendar's latest update recognizes you aren't going back to the office anytime soon

Google Calendar's latest update recognizes you aren't going back to the office anytime soon

While some employees have been trekking back into the office for months now, others are still working remotely (and some of us never had offices in the first place). Hybrid work schedules are also becoming a popular option, with workers splitting their time between home and work. To help meet the needs of those who are constantly shuffling in and out of the office, Google Calendar is getting a new way to tell your colleagues when and where you'll be working.

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Google Calendar is adapting to messier work schedules

Google Calendar is adapting to messier work schedules

For a lot of us, it's only after working full time from home that we've realized how messy balancing work and personal commitments can get — and the pandemic ensured we all got a taste of it. Google now wants to make it easier to share your disordered WFH schedule with your teammates as Calendar entries so that they know when is —and isn't— the right time to ping you.

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Master & Dynamic extends WFH sale: Great true wireless earbuds and headphones for 50% off (Updated)

Master & Dynamic extends WFH sale: Great true wireless earbuds and headphones for 50% off (Updated)

Boutique New York audio brand Master & Dynamic makes earbuds and headphones that sound superb, but they're usually a little too expensive for most people's budgets. Its products sometimes go on sale, but rarely are they discounted so heavily as right now — select products are 50% off for the next couple of days thanks to a WFH sale on the company's website.

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Google asks all North American employees to work from home due to coronavirus concerns

Google asks all North American employees to work from home due to coronavirus concerns

Google has already felt the wrath of COVID-19, having been forced to cancel I/O 2020, but it's now taking even more drastic measures. The tech giant has asked all 100,000 of its North American employees to work from home through April 10th, with stronger recommendations for those in the San Francisco and New York offices.

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