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Google Calendar Changes

Changes to Google Calendar

This is a quick note to alert you to the changes coming to Google Calendar.

For more detailed information, please visit Google's product page here, or here at their support page.

The basic functions are all the same, wrapped in a much cleaner format that is now fully mobile ready.

There is a button at the top of your calendar prompting you to switch. If you choose to not switch, this will happen automatically in the very near future. 

This is just a heads up so you are not startled by the change and wondering if you hit something by accident.


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