Frequent users of Google Calendar will agree that when it comes to looking at your schedule for the next day, the long, empty hours at night just unnecessarily add to the screen real estate and are better removed from the picture so that you can immediately focus on the busy hours and see what you need to attend to on the concerned day.
Looks like the Google Calendar team thought about this and hence they’ve come up with a new Calendar lab feature called Hide morning and night.
What does this feature does is simple – it lets you use a slider to drag and fold all the morning and night hours which are likely to be empty in your schedule, and combine them into one single row.
You can also comfortably set the hours to hide and if you have any events in those hours, you’ll still be able to see them, just not in a way you used to see them when the rows were not folded.
Overall, I think this is one of those small and beautiful tweaks that’ll impress the regular Google Calendar users. The feature needs to be enabled in Labs under Calendar Settings.
What do you think of this new feature? Like it?