Google Calendar on the Web Gets Offline Support


Google eventually made it so that you may get your calendar once the web goes down.

We have been there. You are attempting to determine if your next assembly is, along with your net drops outside.

Happily, that will not be an issue anymore, since Google Calendar is rolling out offline service for its calendar program’s online variant.

Offline Google Calendar

Google announced the shift to the Google Workspace Updates website, and it seems quite helpful. It will allow you to see your events in the preceding four months and some other occasions later on.

The offline feature is only going to work if you are using Google Chrome. Other browsers will probably be left from the one. Moreover, the attribute is switched off by default for customers, and that means you will want to turn it in manually (once it is available). For domain name admins, the attribute is on mechanically. Therefore it will be up to the consumers if they wish to flip it on.

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To allow the feature, you will want to head to Settings, browse into Offline, and check the box next to the twist offline calendar.

When Can You Use Google Calendar Offline?

Google has been rolling out the feature out for admins for both Quick and Scheduled Release domain now. That means businesses can begin using it today.