How to test Meeting Scheduler for Gmail

cloudHQ Meeting Scheduler for Gmail has the intelligence to detect whether the meeting invite is accessed by the person who created the invite. So you need to open your invite link using the browser in which you are not logged into cloudHQ.

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How to select multiple Google Calendars for your availability

Google Calendar allows you to create and have access to multiple calendars so you can keep track of different types of events, shared availability, and the availability of certain resources. Having multiple calendars is a great way to better organize your availability for meetings. The trick is to add multiple calendars that represent “layers” in […]

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How to add multiple Google Calendars

Google Calendar allows you to create and have access to multiple calendars so you can keep track of different types of events, shared availability, and the availability of certain resources. Having multiple calendars is a great way to better organize your availability for meetings. The trick is to add multiple calendars that represent “layers” in […]

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How to receive an invite to a different Google Calendar than your default calendar

When your invitee schedules a meeting with you, the event will be automatically added your default Google Calendar. However, Google Calendar allows you to have multiple calendars and cloudHQ Meeting Scheduler for Gmail to select a different calendar. Understanding Google Calendars Google Calendar allows you to have multiple calendars. Having multiple calendars is a great […]

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How to setup “Book me” link

The Meeting Scheduler also supports Book me calendar link. You can add this link to your email signature, LinkedIn profile, or your website. This meeting invite link is not a unique per recipient as the one you generate while composing the email. Your Book me calendar link has the following format: https://www.cloudhq.net/meeting/your_email_address – where the […]

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