On Chrome OS Canary comes a feature that’s been overdue for years

After many years of waiting and countless requests from those who use Chrome OS daily, today we discover that Google is actively working on integrating Google Calendar on Chrome OS. If you have a Chromebook handy as a secondary device with Chrome OS Canary on board, you can immediately activate the integration with Google Calendar by entering the following code in the URL bar of Google Chrome:

chrome: flags # calendar-view

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After activating the function and rebooting Chrome OS, integration with Google Calendar will result in the display of a well-done calendar (albeit minimal) as a result of the pressure of the keyboard keys Alt + Shift + C . As it is clearly visible from the images below, the calendar window appears in the lower right corner of the UI, supports dark mode, allows you to scroll back and forth for months and years but unfortunately it does not synchronize with the data available on Google Calendar.

While waiting for the development team to finish implementing all the features we normally rely on Google Calendar on apps and on the web, the arrival of integration on Chrome OS Canary is undoubtedly an excellent starting point for us. well to hope.

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