No excuses: Google Calendar update will help you work towards new goals

No excuses: Google Calendar update will help you work towards new goals
Google's Calendar has been used and loved by many users in recent years – it's simple and intuitive and, of course, follows Google's Material Design to the T. However, for others, it has become a bit of a basic app, especially when it comes to constantly creating or moving events around — there are plenty of 3rd party apps that do this faster, better, and more intuitively than Calendar. This is not such an issue when we are talking set-in schedules and daily routines, but when it comes to flexible tasks that one needs to fit around their more important responsibilities on a daily basis, using Google Calendar becomes more of a down-putting chore. Google has been showing a desire to further improve and streamline the use of its calendar app, however.

Most recently, Google has taken a page off the book of the many goal-setting apps out there and has added a brand-new feature to Calendar. You will now be able to add a goal you wish to follow, such as learn a new skill, do your chores regularly, strengthen your relationship with your family, and many others, including custom options, and have the app automatically find free time between your existing tasks and fill it with your brand-new responsibilities. Goal tasks are very flexible and allow you to postpone them with a simple tap of a button, or have them automatically move around when you create higher-priority events in their stead.

The new feature can be seen showcased in the video below. The app update hasn't rolled out in all regions yet, but you can download it from APKMirror if you don't wish to wait.

Google Calendar on APKMirror


via: iMore

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