GNOME Calendar App to Feature a New Sidebar, Week View & Attendees in GNOME 3.24

GNOME Calendar is a very important piece of software, it’s the default calendar app for the GNOME Stack, but it can be used independently on any other GTK-based desktop environment. For the GNOME 3.22 cycle, it already received some much-needed enhancements, but more goodies will be coming later in the year. A first technology preview of the GNOME 3.24 desktop environment should be out for early adopters and public testers in late October as GNOME 3.23.1, and you’ll be able to get a taste of GNOME Calendar’s new sidebar, Week View, and Attendees features. The calendar management workflow will see some improvements as well.