Spot for Chrome: Add Google Calendar Entries Right from Webpage
Spot is a Chrome extension that lets you manage your Google Calendar, and automatically create events out of the content found on the webpages you visit. You can choose any event sniffed out by Spot from a page, or simply create one manually any time you want. The extension even has a good discovery side to it, offering event recommendations based on your location.
Once Spot has been installed on Chrome, all you have to do is link your Google account with it to get started. The extension displays a list of all the upcoming events that are already in your calendar under the ‘View Calendar’ tab. To see the real magic though, navigate to a webpage that has some event details listed on it. The text doesn’t have to be in any particular format; Spot is smart enough to distinguish between events and ordinary dates. Just click the extension’s blue icon to see a list of all the available events found on the page. Event title, timings, and location are all part of the summary shown on the main Spot screen.
To add an event found on a page, simply click its entry in the Spot window, and confirm your selection by hitting the ‘Add to calendar’ button. To help users, Spot displays a warning message if a new event’s timings clash with an existing one’s. The same holds true for adding events to your Calendar manually by clicking the ‘Create Event’ button.
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