Gmail, Google Drive, Docs, and other G Suite apps all feature a side panel that provides quick access to Tasks, Keep, and third-party add-ons. The Google Calendar widget available in the sidebar will soon let users directly edit existing events.
The Google Calendar Android app has always lagged behind its counterpart on the web, though it did catch up a bit last year when Google introduced event copying and duplicating to the application. It’s still never been possible to outright pass events from one calendar to another, making appointment organization on mobile a chore – until now. Google is flipping a server-side switch for some people that finally lets them simply move an event. Read More
Google Calendar app finally lets you move events between calendars was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
As annoying as Email spams are, Google has made significant measures in trying to filter junk away from our inboxes. As it is now, the spam folders have a different allocation which differs from the real emails. Fortunately, this hinders spam from getting in the way of the real emails that one needs to see.
Even when such milestones are accomplished, scammers are still on the lookout for an open window where they can spam countless users. Android Police reported earlier in June of how scammers are taking advantage of automatic Google Calendar Events to trick them into falling for their phishing traps.What Is Phishing?
By definition, Phishing is the dishonest attempt to [...]
Over the past few weeks, spammers have been desperately trying to inform us that our “iPhone X Max is here” by using a trick that adds events to your Google Calendar without your direct permission. Here’s how you can stop events from Gmail spam from appearing in your Google Calendar on Android and the web.