Google Calendar gets updated for better handling of large events

Google Calendar is a great tool for sorting out your different gatherings, arrangements, and so forth., however, as of recently, it hasn’t been the best to manage vast occasions. Today, Google is refreshing its Calendar settings to be more practical than any time in recent memory when trying to sort out and handle occasions that are extensively enormous and requesting.

There are two main features being released to help out with this matter, the first of those being direct integration with Google Sheets for creating attendee lists. After inviting everyone to the event you’ve created, you can choose to export your guest list to Google Sheets for better managing of everyone that will be attending. Once you do this, you can also use Google Sheets to see the total number of people who will be at said event.

The highlights apply just to events with at least 200 visitors. In case you’re welcoming individuals by means of a mailing list, Calendar will be sufficiently keen to consequently welcome new gathering individuals even after your event has been made. In like manner, the individuals who leave the mailing list will be expelled from the action. The mailing list setup likewise works with repeating occasions.

The new features will roll out to users within the next few days. Note that you may need to create new events in your Google Calendar for the group features to begin working.

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