No one likes to join a meeting late. But if the notification arrives early, it’s easy to lose track of time. Now, Google is fixing that by giving users the ability to move Calendar notifications to the desktop.
Google today announced that users can now move Google Calendar desktop notifications directly from the notification itself.
Google Calendar notifications usually arrive hours before the event or meeting. Once snoozed, notifications will appear again one minute before the scheduled meeting. Google claims users may also ‘snooze’ five minutes’ notice as often as they would like until the end of the meeting.
While the snooze notification appears one minute before the scheduled meeting, Google says users may change this time in their Calendar settings.
Remarkably, this feature is automatically turned on and is only available on the Chrome web browser. Google has begun uninstalling this feature. It will be available to all Google Workspace, G Suite Basic and business customers over the next three days.