Google’s Calendar app for desktop has always looked out of date, especially when the company debuted its material design language back in 2014. It’s been three years since then and the website has felt old and decrepit since then. However, as of today, Google Calendar on your desktop now reflects the same material design many other Google-branded products have adopted over the years.
The update even includes some new features. For one, administers can now add accessibility, conference room, and AV equipment stats to Google Calendar apppointments. You can also link spreadsheets, documents, and presentations for future reference. Finally, a tweaked layout lets you view multiple day views at once on your screen, while hovering over a contact listed in a Calendar event will bring up his/her information.
The updated Google Calendar for desktop should be available to all now.