Now you can insert link of your availability in Gmail using our chrome extension:


Here is how to schedule meetings from emails with our chrome extension:

Inviter sends meeting link

  1. Install cloudHQ Chrome browser extension Meeting Scheduler in Gmail™ from this location: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/meeting-scheduler-for-gma/dibjpgjiefaibdinijeddhaiiphfhejp/:
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  2. Add the extension to Chrome so you have the “Schedule meeting” button in your Gmail:
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  3. When you compose emails, you can easily insert availability links directly from Gmail using the button:
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  4. Fill in the schedule details:
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  5. If you have not authorized Google Calendar, you will be prompted to do so:
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  6. Authorize Google Calendar by clicking “Allow” button:
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  7. Your calendar’s availability link will display in the email you will send:
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  8. Once sent, you can check status by clicking the link in your email:
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Recipient gets meeting invitation

  1. If recipient clicks the link in email, schedule availability of sender will display
  2. Recipient gets date display and picks available Date:
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  3. Recipient gets time display and picks available Time:
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  4. cloudHQ summarizes selected meeting schedule:
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Inviter gets back meeting schedule

  1. Inviter will get meeting schedule:
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  2. Inviter can see meeting options and details:
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Meeting schedule set

  • Meeting is in inviter’s calendar:
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  • Meeting is in recipient’s calendar:
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