Google has updated its enterprise Gmail and Calendar apps and is promising business users a more organised experience and working day.
The Calendar revamp includes a new feature called Assists that should appeal to the busiest of road warriors. Google said Assists will help users organise their time more efficiently through a mix of predictive planning and suggestion.
"When creating a calendar event, we often have to piece together phone numbers, addresses and attendees from lots of different sources, then add them to our calendars manually," wrote Alex Gawley, product management director for Gmail and Google Calendar.
"With Assists, Calendar can suggest titles, people and places as you type, as well as adapt to your preferences over time. For example, if you often have lunch with your mentor Kelly, Calendar can quickly suggest this when you type ‘l-u-n...'."
The update has transformed the Calendar app into something of a scrapbook and memory jogger. Google said that it would show images of the locations where events take place, and maps of the local area. The app will work on Android 4.1+ and Lollipop initially, with an iPhone version in development.
The Gmail app, meanwhile, has been tweaked to make it easier for users to pick up conversations, and will now let users add other email provider accounts to its inboxes. Google said the update is designed to save users time, and will run on Android 4.1 and over.
A video showing the new Gmail updates is below.
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