What Is “Propose A New Meeting Time” in Google Calendar?
In a recent blog post, Google announced a new feature, called “Propose New Meeting Time” for Google Calendar that is going to help the users in eliminating some of the stress of schedule meetings. However, this Calendar is designed to allow attendees to suggest the new meeting times. Also, this will enable the invited meeting guests to propose a new time, and let the organizer review and acknowledge the time proposals.
Now, rescheduling in Google Calendar has become more accessible than ever before. A new feature has been introduced by Google in Google Calendar that will make well-organized meeting scheduling possible. That means each guest invited to a meeting can propose a new time, and this time proposals can quickly be reviewed and accepted by the organizer. This allows for more affluent communication between attendees, and this is expected to reduce the time spent on meeting practicalities. “Propose a new meeting time” is something that makes the meetings more productive with critical stakeholders in attendance.
How to use “Propose A New Meeting Time” feature in Google Calendar?
Well, if you are wondering how to propose a new time in your Google Calendar, here is our guide to teach you how you can propose a new meeting time in Google Calendar with the new feature:
- First of all, you need to open a calendar invite.
- Then tap on the “propose a new meeting time” option. You will find it under the response options of “yes,” “no,” and “maybe.”
- When the permissions are granted, you will need to check other attendees’ calendar availability.
- Now you can fill in a time proposal, and then you will have to wait for the approval from the meeting leader.
Note: This feature may include functionality work across domains and with Microsoft Exchange. And this is currently available on the web as well. Also, the update is likely to be seen in the mobile devices too, on August 13.
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