Google’s free calendar app is one of the biggest benefits of the company’s Android smartphone platform.
But now it’s getting some love from a group of Google employees.
The search giant is opening up a Google+ Hangout feature that allows employees to ask questions and get answers from the company.
The app will be available to Android and iOS employees starting Friday, according to a Google spokesperson.
Google+ will also be making a special edition for employees in Google+’s developer program.
The invite will also let employees use the Hangout to ask specific questions, including when they should upgrade to a new Google product.
In addition, employees can request to see a company video, which will include an audio recording of a Google employee talking about a Google product, according the Google spokesperson, who asked not to be identified because the program is still in early stages.
The video will be released to Google employees via Google+ as part of a series of Google+ features that Google has rolled out over the last few years.
Google+ was introduced as a way for Google employees to interact with each other and get relevant and relevant answers.
That’s been a boon for Google.
Google has more than 8,000 employees using Google+ and has over 2.4 million Google+ friends, according Google+ statistics.
But Google employees are also finding ways to connect with their peers.
Google is making a number of changes to the way it presents its own content to its employees.
Its employees can now search for products or brands on the search results page, or just search Google by company name.
Google will also now let users send emails directly to Google+ members directly from within the app.
And Google is opening an entire section for Google+ on the homepage.
As a way to keep everyone in the loop, Google+ has also revamped its YouTube channel.
Google+, the company-owned video streaming service, has made a number changes in the last year, including adding more channels and making the channel searchable on Google.
YouTube has long been one of Google’s main ways for users to get content from the search giant, but Google’s own YouTube app now has a section on its home page where employees can ask questions about products and companies they work for.