Reclaim's Planner is primarily designed to help you manage your Tasks and Habits. However, there are a couple of useful things you can do with your non-Reclaim events from within Planner.
Merged synced events
Reclaim will show you the full details of events it's syncing from other calendars to your primary calendar from within Planner's calendar view. This is a useful way to see a single version of the event instead of having to view both the source event and the synced copy.
For example, on this calendar we have an event that is being synced to the primary calendar called "Pick Up Kids". On Google Calendar, you will see both the source event ("Pick Up Kids") as well as a synced copy with your selected privacy setting:
But in Planner's calendar view, you will see a single event -- "Pick Up Kids":
Rest assured that this does not affect what others who book time on your calendar will see. They will only see the synced copy with your selected privacy setting.
Jumping to non-Reclaim events in Google Calendar
You can also open non-Reclaim events from Planner's calendar view in Google Calendar to edit them and make changes. To do this, click on any event, and then click "Edit in Google Calendar":
This will open up the source event in Google Calendar so you can make changes to it.
Reclaim automatically classifies events on your calendar using a mixture of intelligent heuristics. Sometimes we may get it wrong, in which case it's useful to be able to reclassify it yourself.
To reclassify any non-Reclaim-managed event, simply click on it in the Planner's calendar view and click the color dot that appears in the action menu:
You will see a list of categories appear:
Select a new category and the event will be reclassified. If the event is a recurring event, as with the example above, you can opt to reclassify just an instance of the event or reclassify the entire series.