If you value your time, saving it in any action of your daily life is something you don't wring your nose at. Marking an event on Google Calendar is getting easier and easier, but Google makes life even easier when you're sitting at your desk.
As you can see in the videos below, from now on just enter the shortcuts cal.new and meeting.new in your browser preferably, and you are immediately directed to when an event is created in Calendar.
Process of opening calendar is passed ahead
You no longer need to open the Calendar in the first place, and you get right to it. It sounds simple enough, but it can save anyone who has to add events to their Calendar regularly.
Shortcut already exists in Docs or Keep
If you don't know, Google already offers this kind of functionality in Docs or Keep. In the notes tool, for example, just type keep.new, and you can immediately enter a new note from your browser.
Once we see these features reach three services, it is believed that Google can extend the shortcut .new tools like Gmail, Contacts, or even Messaging.
How nice it would be to have to write mail.new to start composing the next email you have to send? Certainly Google will be working on something like this already, and soon we will have more news.
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