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Main Advantages of Google Calendar For Business

Google Calendar is an impressive free online calendar that let's you easily keep track of your events and share the calendar with your family, friends, or co-workers.
In addition to the calendar, you can use Google Calendar to set up reminders and send invitations, as well as keep track of RSVP s.

As an affordable service, it is hard to pass up what Google is selling. The features that Google Calendar offers are more than comparable to Microsoft Outlook (a similar calendaring program), and not only does it promise the essentials of what a business will need, but it also goes above and beyond the essentials.





1.) Sharing With Google Calendar


One of the main advantages of using the Google Calendar is that it's just so easy to share.
Google Calendar can easily be accessed and updated by whoever has permission to access your calendar. You can have multiple calendars and you can share none, some, or all of them. This is really helpful if you would like to have a personal calendar but also a work or family calendar that's shared with others.
You can share a calendar by going into the settings and deciding to make it public or to share it with specific people by entering their email address. If you do make the calendar public, you can share the ICS file for the calendar as well as get an HTML link that lets others see your calendar right in their web browser.

2.) Google Calendar Is Easy to Use
You don't need a manual to get started with Google Calendar, just click on a day and start typing to add events.
You can view the calendar by day, week, or month depending on your preference, and all views are easy to use. There's also a way to view your calendars by just four days at once and as an agenda, which is just a list of all the upcoming events.


3.) Share and Share Alike
The main appeals of using Google calendars is the ability to share as much or as little as one would like of each calendar. There are three types of settings for Google calendars.
Individual calendars (not shared), much like a diary or an organiser, calendars can be set up to be personal, where access or viewings by others are prohibited. This is the default type of Google calendar.
Closed calendars (share with specific people), for Administrators and the Senior Management Team (SMT), PTA, allow sharing only within a small user group. This enables activity planning to occur in a cohesive, collaborative manner.
The group can appoint a secretary to make informed changes to the calendar or all members of the group can be setup to have administrative privileges to update the calendar.
Open calendars (share calendar with others) allow public sharing of the calendars and these are the types that we encourage our clients to use for their Business meetings, Events and other company related occasions etc.

4.)
 Calendars beyond a Browser – Importing in to Outlook, iCal and mobile devices.
Moving beyond simply referring to the website for the calendar view, the public sharing of a calendar also allows the Calendar to be imported in to software applications .
This means that Company Staff , Admins and Employees will have access to the dates on the calendars at the touch of their finger tips either on their phones, mobile devices or their own personal computers.





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