Google Calendar gets it’s own labs

Google have just added a labs feature to Google Calendar. Hopefully it will prove as handy as some of the nice little features that have been introduced to Gmail.

When you sign in to Calendar today, you’ll see a new page in Settings called Labs where, just like in Gmail, we’ll list new highly experimental features for you to try.

Today there are six new Labs features in the list and more on the way. Try out Next Meeting, which shows you how much time you have to procrastinate. Free or Busy allows you to see which of your friends or coworkers are currently in meetings. And World Clock lets you keep track of different timezones when you schedule meetings. And as with Gmail Labs, there’s a feedback link for you to discuss these features and to suggest new ones.

via The Google Apps Blog (original posts): Introducing Google Calendar Labs.