Google Calendar 'Sneak Preview' feature

Google Calendar is testing a new feature called “Sneak Preview”, to make scheduling events a easier by allowing you to see if the event you’re creating’ll conflict with schedules of people whom you’re inviting. Once you activate Sneak Preview, whenever you create a new event you’ll see a new viewing mode that displays a calendar […]

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Google Calendar is testing a new feature called “Sneak Preview”, to make scheduling events a easier by allowing you to see if the event you’re creating’ll conflict with schedules of people whom you’re inviting. Once you activate Sneak Preview, whenever you create a new event you’ll see a new viewing mode that displays a calendar alongside your event details. This calendar’ll show schedules of each people you’ve invited to the event, and proposed time for your event’ll appear as a semi-transparent blue box so you can quickly see where you might have conflicts. You can click each guest’s name to show/hide them on calendar if some’re more important than others.

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