Google’s online calendar facility offers improved an layout and some new collaborative capabilities, as shared below:

https://www.pcmag.com/news/356814/google-calendar-gets-a-new-look-on-the-web-upgrades

Google’s Calendar on the web now offers a fresh color scheme and a responsive layout that auto-adjusts to your screen size. But looks aside, G Suite admins can now enter detailed information about their company’s meeting rooms, like where they’re located, how many people they can hold, whether they have audio and video equipment, and whether they’re wheelchair accessible. Employees can view this information by hovering over the room name in Calendar when they book a space.

They can also now beef up Calendar invites with rich formatting and hyperlinks. This way, attendees can check out any relevant spreadsheets, documents, or presentations without having to go hunt for them.  Besides that, employees can view and manage multiple calendars side by side, a feature that should come in handy for administrative assistants and other employees who schedule meeting on behalf of their teams. Just click “Day” view and select the calendars you want to compare.  Finally, Calendar now lets you see the contact information of meeting participants when you hover over their names in a Calendar invite.

Additional information can be found at:

https://www.blog.google/products/g-suite/time-refresh-introducing-new-look-and-features-google-calendar-web/

https://calendar.google.com/