Windows Insiders not only get the latest version of Windows, but apps often get updates with new features before the stable builds. The most recent Insider update is Windows 10 Redstone Build 11099, and the Calendar app was updated to include a full year view.
Windows 10 Insider Build 11099 Calendar Update
Open the Calendar app and you’ll see Year View as an option at the upper-right of the screen.
Click on it and you’ll see the following full-year view. From here you can click on any month of the year to go directly to it.
The Calendar update isn’t a significant change to the app and may seem trivial, but it does make navigating through the year and scheduling events easier. Hopefully, we’ll see this update come to the stable version (Build 10586 November Update) soon.
Apps in Windows 10 will update by default, but you can check for updates manually, too. For more on how to that as well as other app tips read our article: Install, Uninstall, Update, and Manage Windows 10 Apps.
For more tips and tricks for the Windows 10 Calendar app, check out one of our following articles.
- Make the Windows 10 Calendar Display Weather
- How to Sync Your Gmail Account with the Mail and Calendar Apps