Google Calendar is one of the few apps that everyone who owns a smartphone uses. Even if you don’t use a smartphone, you are likely to be using the web interface of the service to keep a track of your meetings and get reminded of the stuff you have to do. However, there hasn’t been many changes in the service when it comes to design of the web interface.
However, that’s all going to change by the year end! According to the roadmap to the G Suite feature that appeared in the presentation from the Google Cloud NEXT 2017 event, Google Calendar has a “redesign of web interface” planned for Q4 2017.
Below you can check out the entire slide of the G Suite’s usability features roadmap that clearly shows the plans for a redesign of the service.
Other than the upcoming revamp of Google Calendar’s web interface, there are many more updates in store for us by the year end. You can have a look at the complete slide and let us know if you can find something interesting.
Currently, the slide only shows that there will be a redesign, but it doesn’t mention exactly what it will be! We don’t know if the new revamp will feature material design or something else, so we can’t jump to conclusions at all.
Since the redesign is mentioned in the Q4 section of the slide, it still is a long time to be jumping to any conclusions as I am sure that we will get to know about it pretty soon.
You can check out the complete video of G Suite Product Roadmap – 2017 and Beyond below!