The calendar for iPhone now has improved functionality. You can attach your Google Drive files to Google calendar for iPhone- thanks to Google’s recent update in its Calendar app. In a blog post, Stella Schieffer, the Product Manager at Google, announced this improvement to be available from yesterday for iPhone users worldwide.
If you like to save your future events into your calendar, the 7-day week view feature is perfect. With this new feature, users can see more events at a glance and can define the number of weeks on their iPhones.
This move comes from the tech giant after it rolled out a similar feature for Android users in March. The new feature also enables you to add Google Drive files like Docs and Sheets or pictures and PDFs directly to events on your iPhone. Just like Calendar for Android, Drive will ask your permission whether you’d like to share these files with others.
With Google calendar, you can get event notifications by email, messages, or pop-up messages- for some users, it may not be enough for them. With the new update, you can send a reminder email to other attendees, including event location including a map with a single tap.