Gmail users will soon not be able to insert calendar invites directly within mails, as Google is planning to pull the option from Gmail service. First noted by Google Operating System, Gmail users who choose to add a calendar invite within a mail will be notified that the insert invitation option will not be available starting from July. Though the service will be removed from within a mail, users can still send an email invitation via Calendar option.
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On clicking the option, you will get a message saying that “Starting July 2014, this feature will no longer be available. You can continue sending email invitations from Google Calendar.” Also Read - PUBG New State receives over 17 million pre-registrations as closed alpha testing ends
The removal of this feature might not affect many considering Google already provides an option to invite using Calendar, however sending invites using this option was relatively convenient than opening Google Calendar to create an event and sharing it with others.
However, considering that the company’s community managers have mentioned that “we’ll still be supporting creating invitations, just through different steps. The workaround now is to click into calendar and to create an invitation from there,” there is a possibility that Google might be working on yet another substitute for this option.