Soon you will no longer be able to use Google Goals in Google Calendar

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To become a better version of yourself, you need to set goals and of course try to achieve them. However, it can be very difficult to be consistent in your pursuit of greatness. No, PhoneArena has not become a platform for motivational speakers, so don’t worry, you’re still in the right place for mobile tech news and tech content, but Google probably introduced the The Goals feature in the Calendar app in 2016 helps you set goals, stay consistent, and improve. But it looks like goals will soon be a thing of the past. Like the people of 9to5Google found in the installer file of version 2022.30.2 of Google’s Calendar app for Android, some parts of the code say that Goals will soon be leaving the application.

An information string in the code of the Calendar app installation file says that you can still see the goals you’ve created in your calendar, but they’re no longer repeating. And to keep track of your goals, it suggests that you create recurring events instead.

The decision to remove Goals is not something that should come as a surprise to us. In fact, Goals is yet another feature that Google wants to remove from its Calendar app. In June, the folks at 9to5Google rediscovered in a breakdown of the Google Calendar setup file that Big G is working on replacing the Reminders feature in the Calendar app with Google To Do. All of these changes are likely happening because Google wants to make its Calendar app a more workspace-centric product.

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