Let’s talk about schedules: How to plan a Zoom meeting on Google Calendar

Zoom meetings are a great tool used by many in the work force to branch out when they want to collaborate or share their thoughts – like when they need their creative juices flowing! This article breaks down the four different scheduling options available in the Zoom interface. Choose whichever works best for you! Fun & Creative: Share Ideas on Facebook, Twitter…

Research & Fun Fact: There is a special “write” on the Zoom interface being used to take care of business. The acronym being employed by this mysterious program is”Brass Ring” (see photo below). Not much is known as to what this even means or how it came to be. It’s a fun bit of trivia that keeps our bizzdies glued to the screen! (we are totally into infatuation!)

Introducing the Small Business Clock

Google Calendar is a popular calendar application that allows you to organize and share events. Now, thanks to Google Open Labs, new features were released for both iOS and Android devices including SMBC (Small Business Clock), which shows logos of conference rooms in your organization on one screen. Now there’s a mobile version of the U.S. 24 hour time on one screen for everyone. The app adds event services such as- virtual assistant, notifications and color safe design. Stop into our Bath store today to be able to sign up for testing

The Clock’s effectiveness in helping small business owners to accurately schedule meetings

The clock is a new feature in Google Calendar that allows users to be more accurate with the planning of meetings by adding timestamp information and adjusting your location. The clock also calculates the amount time it should take someone to get there when you enter their location. For businesses with many meetings, this information can make all the difference. Productivity

The most time saving feature at my job is the ability to check off all the tasks I need and know, to being done. Gmail offers reminders that pop up in your inbox letting you know what’s due in the next 48 hours. This prevents me from forgetting and getting distracted. In fact, I have removed many things off of my to-do list simply because they didn’t fit into our 48 hour window. I also find that getting emails from a congressperson or

How scheduling with a clock can help you increase productivity

Planning meetings can be one of the most difficult parts of bridge building in a bilateral relationship. But with a reliable schedule, everyone is more likely to be able to keep commitments and arrange their day around the regular meetings. Here’s how that works: Let’s say you have an ally on whose day it is to host a formal meeting with his counterparts. You have established a time two months ago as the deadline for when that meeting is supposed to happen — before either of you need to lock any important deals. Using scheduling software, such as my personal favorite, TiSP (www.tspgo.com), you can confirm that date and set up both of your schedules for the next three months including meetings, phone calls,

How to set up email reminders for your calendar

Most people use Google Calendar to keep up with their schedule, but not everyone has the time find a planner friendly meeting. Since it’s so easy to create meeting invitations and reminders, you may want to put those steps in the calendar too. There are a few options that you’ll need to make sure happen:

1) The person hosting the meeting needs to have an email address on their online calendar account that is active during work hours

2) You need permission from your co-workers

3) The organizer should have permission for other attendees as well with access to the organisers account(s)

Pushing Reminders from your Calendar to any Email Address


And why wouldn’t you? It doesn’t make sense for someone who works 9-5 to receive a reminder email along with their work email, duh! If that’s not an issue, I recommend the very clear and fairly simple way of just wrapping this into whatever your current vendor is. Invoicing is a similar example: Sending out multiple reminders


According to this article, “Meetings can be extremely valuable, but also incredibly time-consuming. They often take up half of the day and regular meetings may only happen once or twice a week.” In order to avoid these types of meetings in the future, attendees should set schedules. They should allow time to answer emails or deal with other things before coming to the meeting, and they should work around their schedules in order to avoid having audible fights. Perhaps some of their workers will start taking an interest in their health. Some might realize that social vices are the killers that they are, and try to conform or live a healthier lifestyle.


Clift LK, Deming LC (2011) Presentation Matters: A Handbook for Pscycho-Educational

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