If you have several calendars on your phone in your Google Calendar app, you will be aware of the pain of being unable to switch events between calendars.
Not having to go to the web to switch items on Google Calendar between your work and personal calendars could be a huge deal for some of you out there, particularly if you get reminders on a regular basis for items of no personal importance.
The feature now appears to roll out, with the switch being flipped by Google via a server-side update (via Android Police). This also saves time, as you would have to duplicate calendar events until now, and then delete them once you replicated them in your alternate calendar account.
You will be able to move events once the functionality reaches your Google Calendar app, thanks to a new option that appears below the appointment title. Tapping will allow you to move it to any account on your device that is currently signed in.
Associated Press notes that by stopping the app from running and then clearing the app cache you can force the new feature— although that’s no guarantee you’ll see it on your device. I couldn’t replicate it using this method on my own Pixel 4 XL or Pixel 3a XL.
It should also be noted that the Google Calendar moving events feature appears to be enabled through a server-side update, so catching the app’s latest build may not help.