Smart Rescheduler, Google's new Calender application has today gone live for public testing.
The new tool will automatically suggest a new time and date for a meeting should it need to be rescheduled.
Ken Norton, one of Google's product managers, stated, "It's an early-stage experiment that approaches calendaring from a search perspective."
The tool is aimed at those with administrative duties mainly and uses a variety of variables such as time zones, meeting conflicts, and appointments to suggest an alternative time for meetings.
As with many of the products from Google Labs, the Schedule Rescheduler could alter a great deal before it is officially released in to the marketplace.
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