Google Labs is a playground from Google employees to create experimental add-ons to Google products. In this video, staff author Jess Stratton demonstrates the World Clock lab, which opens a new pane bringing users to a special view to see the current time in different regions of the world. Users can choose from different time zones as well as individual cities.
- [Voiceover] If you're doing business internationally,…it's nice to know what time everybody else is in,…so that you can make sure that you're not calling them…when they're asleep or too late in the evening.…You can add a view to your Google Calendar…to find out what time it is in other regions of the world…by using a Google Lab.…Click the gear icon on the top right-hand side…of the screen and choose Labs.…From here, scroll down and choose World clock.…I'll click Enable, and then I'll click the Save button.…
It's going to open up a new pane on the right-hand side.…It's going to show me some default time;…however, I can click Settings and customize this.…I can place checkmarks next to the time zones…that I want to appear on my computer.…For example, if I do business with Berlin,…I can place a checkmark there, scroll back up,…click the save button, and it shows up in my list…as to what time it currently is in Berlin.…At any time if I don't want to see this world clock anymore,…I can click the X in the top right-hand side,…
- List your options for creating an event with the Google search bar.
- Explain how to create a multiday event.
- Recall how to identify what calendar an event belongs to after you change the event’s color.
- Recognize which default view gives you a flat view of all events when customizing a specific calendar to place it on a webpage.
- Recall whether the year is available by default.