8 Great Experimental Features To Enable In Google Calendar’s Labs

8 Great Experimental Features To Enable In Google Calendar’s Labs

We’ve highlighted plenty of Labs features for Gmail, but Calendar has some pretty great Labs offerings, too. Since it’s been nearly two years since Labs were added to Calendar, we thought it was about time they got a bit more attention. Here are eight of the most useful experimental features available for Google Calendar that you can start using right now.

Next Meeting

Jump to Date

World Clock

Year View

The ability to view the entire year is something that most would agree should be included in any calendar service, but that’s not the case in Calendar if you don’t have this feature enabled. It’s quick to use, unobtrusive, and extremely useful for planning events several months ahead of time.[imgclear]

Dim Future Repeating Events

Gentle Reminders

one of the first

Automatically Declining Events

Event Attachments

There are a few more experimental features in Google Calendar’s Labs settings, so be sure to check them out for yourself to see if any suit your workflow.

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