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This article was published on April 27, 2016

Google Calendar on Android makes it super-easy to schedule your next super-boring meeting

Google Calendar on Android makes it super-easy to schedule your next super-boring meeting
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Those using Google Calendar alongside Google Apps for Work or Edu can now take advantage of a feature that finds a time for your next meeting.

The aptly name ‘find a time’ option scans your calendar for available times to meet up with a contact or coworker, and saves you the trouble of digging through a series of colorful bubbles to find a good time to meet.

It also scans the calendar of the other party, so long as they’re also using Google Calendar. If it can’t find a time for you to get together, it offers up options to reschedule conflicting appointments.

You can also view everyone’s schedule if Calendar doesn’t provide the right options.

Find a time is currently available for Android, but Google says it’s also working to bring it to iOS and the Web.

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