"It's designed to be a helpful assistant, so you can spend less time managing your day, and more time enjoying it," Google Product Manager Ian Leader wrote in a Gmail blog post today.
Like the Google Inbox email app the company debuted in October, the new Google Calendar draws information from your whole personal app ecosystem to schedule and update its own data automatically.
The video below shows the new Calendar in action.
One example is how the new Google Calendar app can automatically add events to your calendar when you get an email with thinks like flight info and concert ticket purchases.
The automated schedule entries will contain relevant info like venues and flight numbers, and will even reportedly stay updated even as flight delays or other factors get in your way.
Google Calendar also now has something called "Assists," which Leader wrote are helpful suggestions that attempt to auto-full entries as you type them in manually.
Finally there's also a new Schedule View that automatically adds photos and maps, cityscapes and illustrations to make your Google Calendar less of an eyesore to view.
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