Google has rolled out an enhanced version of its online appointments system for its employees.
Google says it’s working on adding more users and a mobile app.
Square and Facebook announced the service at Google I/O 2016 in San Francisco on Monday.
The two companies are working to make it easier for employees to access their appointments and see their time as they normally do, including in their calendars.
Google’s new mobile app, which is only available to employees in the US and Canada, also includes features to make appointments easier to find.
It allows you to see an overview of your time spent on an appointment, view how much time was spent on each appointment, and to set reminders about upcoming appointments.
You can also add appointments to your personal calendar and view your appointments in a list view.
Square said its mobile app will become available for free in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, employees can now login to their existing Square or LinkedIn profiles to see their appointments, according to the company’s blog post.
Square also added a new option for the app to sync with LinkedIn to help users get updates about appointments.
Square users can also create an appointment from their phone or desktop, and it will appear in the calendar as soon as an appointment is made.
Square’s app will launch in the U.S. in April, and Google said it will roll it out globally in the first half of next year.