Enlarge / The new “booking page” UI. This is a URL you can create and send to anyone. (credit: Google)

Google Calendar’s latest update promises to take a lot of the back-and-forth out of booking appointments. Google announced Friday that users will soon be able to create a “booking page” UI they can send to anyone they want. You present the periods you’re willing to have a meeting, and the other user will be able to pick a time.
Workspace users will soon be able to pick the “Appointment Schedule” from the “create” appointment button. This will fire up a UI that can be used to create an appointment webpage. Workspace users highlight the times they would be willing to have a meeting, then enter the appointment duration and location (or a Google Meet room) and add a title and description.
Once everything is filled out, Calendar will generate a Google-hosted

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