This morning Google announced a small but helpful change to Google Calendar. The web browser version of Google Calendar will now present you with more options when you initially schedule an event on your calendar. Over next couple of weeks you’ll see more options appear when you click on your calendar to schedule an event.
Google Calendar will now let you add attachments, change guest access, and edit calendar notifications without having to click the “more options” menu in the scheduling pop-up.
This update should make it faster and easier to set meeting schedules in Google Calendar. I particularly like that I’ll be able to invite guests and set a Google Meet link on the same screen that I set reminder notifications.
The new user interface for the Google Calendar scheduling pop-up will be rolling out over the next couple of weeks and should be available to all users by the end of the month.
On a related note, here’s how to create appointment slots in Google Calendar.