Experience OWCtoberfest's monstrously amazing deals!

Unearth the savings »

Calendar

Calendar's interface has been condensed a little but otherwise looks the same as it did in OS X Mavericks.
Yosemite's Calendar
Yosemite
Enlarge


Mavericks Calendar
Mavericks
Enlarge


The rest of the main window should be familiar. There is a "Calendars" button in the top-left corner of the window that will show/hide all of your calendars. Just to the right of this is a "+" button that brings up a "Create Quick Event" pop window. The standard Day, Week, Month, Year view buttons are still in the middle of the window bar. The top-right corner still has a Search field.

The main area where Calendar sees improvement is the during event creation. Click on the "Create Quick Event" and as you start typing you will see a drop-down list with related events already in your calendar. Typing "babysitter" or "doctor appointment", for example, would bring up a previous entry with the time and location. If you select a previous entry from the list, a new event will be added with all of the same information from the previous event with the exception of the date changing to the current day.

Existing Event
Existing Event
Enlarge


Quick Create Event
Quick Create Event
Enlarge


Newly Created Event
Newly Created Event
(name, day, address, locations in Maps, the current day, and alert)

Enlarge




Previous : Spotlight
Next : Safari


Apple, iCloud, Mac, Macintosh, MacBook Air, and OS X are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Other marks may be the trademark or registered trademark of their owners.