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New Google Workspace feature. People who work with Docs and Calendar will love it

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Google Workspace is already a good alternative to Microsoft Office. However, the company does not want to rest on its laurels and constantly enriches Workspace with new functions and integrations with other applications of the package – including those that it would hardly think of that are possible.

Google Workspace with a new option. You can add Calendar events from a text editor

As Google announced on its blog, a new feature will be added to Workspace in the next two weeks: creating Google Calendar events using Google Docs. The new feature is another element of the custom structural elements introduced in February this year.

To create a new Calendar event using Docs, simply type the “@” sign, then select “Calendar event draft” from the drop-down list or go to the Insert >>> Building blocks > Calendar event draft menu. Once you’ve filled in all the fields, just click the calendar icon (which appears in the upper-left corner of the block) to add the event to your Calendar.

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Over the next two weeks, the feature will be added to Google Workspace Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus, and nonprofit user accounts. Creating events in Docs will not be available to users of the free Workspace edition.

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