Today’s society is increasingly reliant on computers and technology. Using AI to create content can be a good thing – it can provide you with much more readable, successful blog posts. But using AI not just for writing and automation, but also for creating appointments or sending emails can be risky. Though the post provides some helpful tips to keep track of your software – they may leave you frustrated in the long run!
What is the Google Calendar?
A Google Calendar is a resource for all events and reminders. The calendar can be easily accessed by most devices including a computer, smartphone, other web-enabled devices, etc.
How to Use the Google Calendar
Many people, who use their Google Calendar, have a hard time knowing how to even use it. To try to alleviate some of these issues, I learned the basics. Once you’ve reached the settings menu, you’ll come across different options that can help make your life easier. Here are a few tips to tame this dragon: Alerts – The option to create alerts for your calendar and set notifications for these alerts so you know when they happen is essential. Dropdown menus – Are an easier way to filter or sort either your personal events or ones you’re attending
The navigation bar can be a helpful tool for organizing all of your important events listed on the Google Calendar. You can prioritize their display and make sure that they are easy to find thanks to their color ranges.
Connecting to Outlook
The first step to using Google Calendar successfully is to connect your calendar with Outlook and other calendars. If you’re like me, that task can be a bit intimidating because there are so many possibilities. Once you find the option in your settings menu, simply scrolling through the list of available calendars will help you narrow down your search. Once you’ve found your desired calendar, click on “Add Calendar.” From here, filling out credentials for Microsoft Outlook and importing
the spreadsheet containing all of your schedule will ensure smooth sailing from now on.
Adding Multiple Events in a Day
Many people are overwhelmed when faced with the idea of keeping up with a busy schedule. One of the most daunting tasks usually is adding multiple appointments for the same day. Scheduling several things throughout the day can seem logistically challenging, especially if more than one universe exists. In order to make an impact on your life, you should prioritize and dedicate certain times to each ambition. When adding two or more events in a single day, stick to just a few hours at a time instead of spread out.
When using Google Calendar or creating new events on your calendar, it’s sometimes helpful to have a little reminder to read before you leave for your appointment. Although some calendars within the software may have this option, in which case you should use that feature instead of creating an external reminder in a different application Google Calendar can’t integrate with, cues like these can help keep you on track and make sure that nothing slips through the cracks.
Viewing a Full Calendar of Events Over Time
If you have a busy life, it becomes difficult to keep up with all important events in your schedule. Thanks to Google calendars, these events are easy to view.
Search for Events and Settings for Them Using Smart Suggestions
Using the Google Calendar often can be a challenge. This is because Google provides too many options. However, it does come with many don’ts and do’s. The number one rule for Google Calendar is to always search for an event or setting you are looking for before searching for your old mistakes to keep it organized. It also helps to add in additional fields like the start time, location, and contact emails so that you can easily access them. These tips will help you tame that beast
Creating lists of events, tasks, and notes in your calendar.
Creating lists of events, tasks, and notes in your calendar can be a great way to stay organized. You could create simple task lists, write reminders for yourself or other people on yellow sticky notes, or even draw stick figures to represent which meetings will take place that day. To keep your tasks from piling and overwhelming you, try scheduling times for the items you create.
Getting started with smart suggestions
With so many things to do and places to go, managing all of your commitments can be a bit overwhelming, especially when scheduling. To help you weather this storm of information, Google Calendar has given us the ability to start suggesting potential meeting locations. Using specific terms that you select, the app will search for perfect meeting spots nearby. For instance, if you add “Trump” as a term in your smart suggestion list, the app will bring up options for Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue. It’s funny how just one word like “sports-pizza” will show options for any type of venue that serves pizza…
Conclusion: The idea is that
Google Calendar is one of the most useful and helpful applications. But it’s also vast, convoluted, and can be downright confusing. Fortunately, we can help you really harnessing its power on a few easy-to-use tricks!