Edit, delete and respond to events using Google Calendar for mobile

Tuesday, April 14, 2009 | 2:54 PM

We recently made it easier to manage events with Google Calendar for mobile browsers, which should be great news to all those who voted for the No. 1 idea on Google Product Ideas. You can now edit, delete, and respond to events using Google Calendar for mobile browsers. These features are currently only available in the English interface on Android and iPhone devices.

We're happy to see such enthusiastic voting and even happier to see one of the most popular ideas already live!

Keep those ideas and votes coming!

Product:
Google Calendar
New Feature:
Support for editing, deleting, responding to events in Android and iPhone browsers

Announcement:
Google Mobile Blog

Related Ideas:


"Manage Google Calendar on Google Mobile (add, update, delete an event with all functionalities of the web application) (ex Phone : Iphone)"
Yvo, France

"Can't fully edit Google Calendar events on iPhone in Safari browser (or create all-day event)."
Matt, Atlanta, GA

"allow changes to be made with Google Calendar for when used on Iphone, like adding an appointment on a specific day/time, deleting, changing appointments."
baldcats, NY

"Can't fully edit Google Calendar events on iPhone in Safari browser (or create all-day event)."
Matt, Atlanta, GA


7 comments:

Robert said...

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Александр said...

Yes!!
Very need Google Calendar For Nokia S60! (Using Google Sync via https://m.google.com/syncml)

Totonio Carlos da Cruz Pereira said...

google is the best,!!!

Karsten said...

Google calendar with added text messaging at a certain time: multiple contacts. In other words create an event to have you and a few friends reminded about a time automatically by a text sent a few minutes before the event. Great for classmates planning to meet a a library later, meeting for lunch, or a reminder to a sub-committee on a due date.

To prevent spam, limit the amount of mass reminders per day to two or three.

OD said...

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OD said...

Nice I've been waiting something like this....
Google is always the best
I will post it on http://tudabit.blogspot.com about this great news...

Michael said...

The mobile version can't open an Outlook generated meeting invite. Please fix!