You Can Now Manually Propose a New Meeting Time in Google Calendar
The developers of Google Calendar will release a new tool that will simplify the scheduling of events through the service, reports TechCrunch.
From August 13, Google Calendar users will be able to offer a new date for events that they are going to visit and add notes for their organizer. The organizer will be able to accept or reject the proposal, and if the calendars of other participants in the meeting are publicly available, he will be able to see their workload at the right time.
To select a new date, for the most part, will have to be done manually. Although Google Calendar already has the built-in artificial intelligence to find events that are convenient for all dates or times, in a new tool, a similar algorithm is not used to transfer appointments. The feature will be available to all users of G Suite and Microsoft Exchange. There are also limitations: it can not be used for events involving more than 200 people, or which last all day.