On Monday, Google announced that it would upgrade the e-mail content involving Google Calendar items to make it look more modern and highlight important information. Google said that if the organizer updates a calendar item, the new design will also display the old information.
For example, when a calendar item is adjusted from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., users can see that the old information of 1:00 p.m. is crossed out, so that you can better understand what happened to your schedule. Google will also tell you what has changed in an event at the top, so you can immediately know what to look at.
Google said the change should be rolled out to everyone by the end of this month. While those who manage their calendars through third-party tools such as fantasy or outlook may not get these improvements, this should be a good quality improvement for those who use the Gmail web interface.