Google Calendar: Add a Google Calendar event with just one line

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The always helpful Google Tutor has written up a little-used (at least for me) shortcut when adding events in Google Calendar:

If you're using Google calendar, you don't have to enter the detailed view just to add the basic information on a new entry you're creating. Instead, you can just type it in with one line. Say I wanted to change the time to reflect 12 to 3 p.m. instead of the time I clicked (8 a.m.). Instead of clicking on the edit event details link, I just type in the time along with the event description.

He goes on to say that you can not only edit the time, but location as well - nothing groundbreaking here, but it does save you a few clicks.

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