Android/iOS: Google's getting better at finding free time in your schedule. It only makes sense that it should be able to let you know when you're about to double book yourself. Now it can. According to a post on Gmail's Google+ feed, Google Calendar will now tell you if there's a conflict with an existing event on mobile. As you're creating the event, Calendar will show you possible times you can choose. If there's a conflict, it will mention it below each time slot. This is a handy way to make sure you don't commit to too many things at once.
Google Calendar Now Tells You If You're Double-Booking Your Time On Mobile
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