Google Calendar now lets you share your default workplace

Google Calendar recently got a new user interface to share your workplace in the app. The ability to share the workplace in the Calendar app first appeared in August last year. It was intended to inform co-workers, whether you work from home or in the office. The new user interface announced last month has now started appearing by default for Google Workspace Business users.

Google has officially confirmed that in its Calendar app, users will be able to set their default workplace. This allows them to reduce one step in activating the Calendar app settings feature. The “Workplace” option will be enabled by default if you use the Google calendar for your usual work scenarios. Unless an administrator manages it and the person chooses to disable it completely.

Last month, Google announced that this new update allows users to use the available screen space more efficiently. It offers the same ability to enter and update location information in a more condensed way.

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Rolling out any new functionality usually takes up to fifteen days, as it is a gradual rollout. And this is no exception. It would be available for customers of Google Workspace Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, Nonprofits, and G Suite Business. Users of personal Google accounts, on the other hand, still cannot use this feature.

Google Calendar has always been among the best calendar apps for Android and iOS users. With a host of features and the ability to use it for free, Google has always brought new improvements to its app. Last week, the search giant gave Google Calendar users an option to prevent spam by adding invitations only from known senders.

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