Happy Wednesday Everyone!!!
I like to think of today’s topic in the Using Your Calendar series as the opposite of yesterday. Tuesday we talked about using the invite function to “invite” other people to your appointments. You can also do the same – but in reverse – and add important details to your own calendar.
Many times when you accept a request to a webinar, or an online meeting or even an evite.com invitiation, you will notice a button that says something in regards to “link to my calendar”. I encourage you to use this function! Pressing this button automatically puts the details of the event in your calendar. Many times this will include the contact information of the host, directions to the event or call in information. And many times, whenever there are updates made the event, they will be updated to your calendar as well.
Referring back to part one in this series, I would encourage you once you have linked the event to your calendar, to go back and assign the appropriate color to that appointment or event. A refresher on part one can be reached by clicking here: https://amymunns.wordpress.com/2011/02/21/using-your-calendar-part-1-color-coding-works/
Halfway through this six part series. I would love to hear your thoughts. Please post your comments below or shoot me an email.
Thanks for reading!
Time Saver/Time Management Guru
Finding more minutes in your day
“This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it. “
— Ralph Waldo Emerson