Google has launched a new social media background for its search app, but it might be one of the most annoying features on the app.
In the last week, Google has quietly added an option to the calendar app that lets you create a calendar event on the Google Calendar.
This makes it very easy for anyone to add a calendar item to your calendar with just a few clicks.
The calendar can even be shared to your social media feeds.
The only catch is that you must use the calendar as your main source of calendar content.
If you have a Google account, you can also create a new calendar from a calendar template you’ve created.
But the new calendar is completely disabled for now.
Google has added an “Event” section in the calendar, so you can now create events that you can then share to Google Calendar or to any of the apps that you already use.
But there’s still a problem: if you use the Google calendar as a main source, the event won’t show up in Google’s search results.
In Google Calendar, events are shown as a separate tab in the right side of the calendar view, so when you hover over an event, the “Event View” appears.
Google is trying to address this issue by adding an option in the Calendar app that displays the events that are visible on your calendar.
But if you click on an event on your Google calendar and it’s not in the “Events” section of the Calendar, it will still show up as a blank box on the Calendar.
Google isn’t saying exactly what to do with this option, but the company has said it will update the Calendar in a few weeks.
So if you’ve used Google Calendar as your primary source of content in the past week, you should probably consider disabling this feature.
It might be worth it if you’re not a fan of the Google Search results.
Google Calendar is available on the Android Market for $4.99, but we’ve heard that it can also be purchased for $9.99.