Saturday, September 25

Google Calendar will show how much time you spend in meetings | Digital Trends Spanish

The Google calendar has been updated with a small but useful function in its version for desktop and web browsers, which will now allow you to know how much time is spent – or wasted – in meetings.

This option, called Insights, It is according to Google “a personalized and analytical experience to know how much of your time you spend between meetings and collaborators”, they explain in the official blog.

An interesting detail is that this option will be available and visible for each user, but not for those who manage the corporate network. The latter is explained by the fact that Insights of the Google calendar will be available for corporate or business users and not for the rest.

The Insights of the calendar will show information not only in the form of time in meetings but also the people with whom more activities are carried out together. Likewise, the time is also divided between meetings with individuals or in groups with more users.

These new Google calendar statistics options will be added to the different business plans gradually over the next few days, starting from September 6 onwards. And it will be activated automatically, so to deactivate it, network administrators will have to do it from the panel.

More importantly, Google specifies that Insights They will be available in Business Standard, Business Plus, Enterprise Standard, Enterprise Plus, Education Plus accounts and non-profit organization users.

Likewise, it will not be available for accounts such as Workspace Essentials, Business Starter, Enterprise Essentials, in addition to educational organizations.

Usage statistics are added to other useful options such as reminders or events in a single click.

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