My New Google Calendar Looks Empty. How Do I Get There Meetings Back For My Day?

The days of planners running with paper schedules and schlepping pen in hand are over. Nowadays, most people use a digital calendar as their scheduler. While this does have many advantages, such as the ability to export your schedule to share with others or gather client deadlines, you might worry about getting your meetings back on your new calendar set up. In today’s blog, we’ll show you how to sync your Google Calendar with ICal or Outlook so that they automatically populate on both calendars accurately! Setting up Outlook/Ical

Step 1: First, in Outlook, use File->New Calendar. This will create a new calendar and will populate your default calendar with the current month; don’t worry, you can always change that setting â?? just assign it to a different calendar than Default if you like.

Step 2: Enable Sync with other calendars in the Advanced Settings, by clicking on the plus icon , next to the Current tab (see image below.)

What is a Google Calendar?

A Google Calendar is a calendar you create in Google. It owns all of your information and can be synced with other computers to enable communication around the world. All of the meetings throughout the day will sync to your schedule so you can see what appointments where made. If there was a team meeting scheduled that took more than five minutes, they will still be listed on your calendar and won’t take up any real time from you. One of the main benefits of using a Google Calendar is that everyone involved in the project can see what activities are taking place. Planning and collaborating with your group becomes a breeze when you have all available information collected into one calendar for everyone to access during their phone. The same goes for larger projects, conferences or even daily meetings held outside of the office. What makes it better than rolling paper? Without any setup needed, collaborate without needing an internet connection; once you’ve set up your own Google account, you can attach calendars and arrange appointments and tasks outside of the office or house. Furthermore, using a Google Calendar saves you space on your personal tablet or phone, plus it allows you to collaboratively work anytime, anywhere.

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Using the calendar to check in on meeting deadlines

If you use Google Calendar to organize your day, it’s possible that the meeting times may not be showing. Fortunately, the calendar has probably been recently synchronized with your company’s shared calendars. Follow these steps to find out when a meeting is due:

– Go back to that slightly empty looking location in your calendar

– Click on “Attendees” and “Subjects” links at the top of the page

– Click the search button

– Enter the subject name then check on its date – Click on the attendee name and check on its dateClick/touch to expand/collapse

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Tips to schedule your day effectively

If meetings back up on your calendar, it may be easy to look in other calendars and figure out a way to schedule them later. However, more often than not, this just results in distractions and scheduling conflicts. Schedule your day the night before by writing down everything you need to accomplish during the day and what time you plan on doing it. For example at 7:30 am I would write that I would jog in the morning and then control my finances at 10 am. This will ensure that your day is 100% focused on achieving end goal as opposed to re-arranging plans at the last minute. Your calendar is subject to change while you still have today available. Don’t discount changing it up! When your day starts; you must be a student of this post and work diligently in accomplishing the higher priority tasks on your “must be done today list” because once they are done your day will move forward. On top of this, if you bordered control at night write out your entire to do list the other 7 days. This way when someone says something unproductive to you,


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