Why has Google Calendar discontinued Quick Add
New Google Calendar (2017) Quick Add
In the old Google Calendar, I could create a new event by clicking on a day and typing both the description and the time into a field like "Dr. Appointment 10-11am" according to the time. This function is called Quick Add.
This does not work in the new Google Calendar interface (2017). Now, if I type the same thing, the entire string "Dr. Appointment 10-11 AM" is added to the description, and it becomes an "all day" event.
Is there still a way to do this or did Google remove the quick add feature?
- Click on that date (at the top of the column that has "All Day" events) for the specific date that you want to add an event.
- Enter the time period and the name of the event (e.g. 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (work) or 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (work )).
- click on to save
I tried again today and it worked! Apparently, Google heard our screams.
For example, if you click a day and type "something at 5:00 pm", Google Calendar will now create an event named "something" at 5:00 pm as it used to.
If you type it ahead of the time as "10 AM Dr. Appointment" it will still work, but only for an hour. It doesn't seem possible to get a specific amount of time to work or discover the location by using "at" or "@", which also worked earlier.
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