Google Calendar is the time management and scheduling tool created by Google. It allows you to make appointments, organize your daily tasks, and more.
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Triggers a specified time before an event starts.
Triggers when an event is created.
Triggers every time an event matching a search is created.
Trigger when new invoice created.
Add a new event on Google Calendar, defining each field.
Create an event from incoming text sections. Google screens the text content for date, time, and description details.
Update an event. Updates only the fields that are filled.
Creates an account.
Create a new customer.
Creates a disbursement.
Creates an Invoice.
Creates a payout.
Creates QR Code.
Google Calendar is a free online calendar service developed by Google Inc., that allows users to create and edit events, and share them with other users. When an event is created, the creator can set reminders for themselves as well as for other users invited to the event. In addition, users can send invitations to other users via email.How to Create an Event on Google CalendarTo create an event on Google Calendar from scratch, go to http://www.google.com/calendar and click on the red "New Event" button on the top right corner of your screen.If you already have a Google Account, you can log in now. If not, you'll be prompted to enter your name and password and then you're ready to go! On the left side of your screen, there will be a search box where you can search for specific dates when you want the event to take place.You can choose who can view your event by clicking on the "Privacy" drop-down menu. If you want to change the location of your event, move your cursor over the current location and click on the drop-down menu to select another location. You can also add multiple locations if you have meetings that span several places or different time zones. To add attendees to your event, click on the drop-down menu next to "Invite People." If you want to make sure that certain people are not invited, check the "Block Invitations" box. You can also choose whether or not guests can invite their own guests by checking or unchecking the "Allow Guests to Invite Their Own Guests" box. Click on the "Save" button at the bottom of your screen when you're done creating your event.How to View and Edit Events on Google CalendarAfter creating an event through Google Calendar, you will have full access to edit it or delete it until someone else has accepted the invitation to it. To edit an event, click on the drop-down menu next to "Edit" and select "Edit." You can also edit an existing event by hovering over it and clicking on the drop-down menu and selecting "Edit."When editing an event, you have the same options as when creating an event except for privacy. You can also add more locations by clicking on "Add a Location."How to Share Your Calendar with OthersIf you want others to see your events, you can share your calendar with them. First, open up the calendar of the person whose calendar you want to share with. Next, click on the "Share" drop-down menu and select "Share this Calendar." A window will pop up prompting you for the email address of the person who should receive an invitation. Enter it and press "Send" and they will get an email inviting them to view your calendar.How to Create a Reminder for an EventGo to http://www.google.com/calendar and click on "My Calendars" on the top left corner of your screen. At the top of your screen there will be a search box where you can search for specific dates when you want the reminder to take place. Below that there will be another drop-down menu where you can select which calendars you would like reminders sent for. Select one or multiple calendars and click on "Show Options." In this menu you can choose which emails you'd like reminders sent to as well as what time you would like the reminder sent. After setting these options click on "Save." To add a separate reminder for each individual invited guest, repeat steps 2-4 above as many times as necessary.A Reminder Will Be Sent by Email Immediately after You Set It UpReminders Are Sent Automatically by Default
Xendit is a web platform that connects users with services based on their schedules including doctor's appointments, activities with friends, events from social networks, films and much more. More specifically, Xendit allows users to see their daily schedule in one place rather than having to visit multiple websites or applications in order to keep track of their plans with friends or family members. Users can also plan activities together using Xendit's chat feature or invite people into events they've created through Google Calendar. The app is currently available in US English only but is being tested in Beta in three European languages (German, French and Spanish.In order to connect Xendit with Google Calendar, users must first log in with Google credentials on Xendit's site (http://xenditapp.com. Once logged in, click on the gear icon in the top right corner of your screen and select "Settings." Click on "Connected Apps" on the left side of this page and choose Google Calendar from the list of apps that appear beneath it. Once Google Calendar has been selected as one of your connected apps, enter the email address associated with your Google account and click on "Connect." If prompted, accept Google's permissions request before continuing.Once connected, Xendit will automatically sync with all of your Google Calendar events so that they appear in Xendit's calendar view. All synced events will be marked with a purple dot in Xendit's calendar interface. In addition, if a user wants more information about an event such as its description or location, they simply need to hover over it for a moment until a pop up appears displaying this information. Unfortunately, however, cplaborators who have been invited do not automatically show up in Xendit's calendar view; these cplaborators must manually link their accounts with Xendit in order for their calendars to show up in Xendit's calendar view (see below.Benefits of Integration of Google Calendar and Xendit
The main attraction of integration between Xendit and Google Calendar is that it allows users to stay organized by seeing all of their plans in one convenient location rather than visiting multiple websites in order to keep track of them. As mentioned above, Xendit also allows users to invite others into their events which is particularly beneficial for those who use Google Calendar as their primary top for creating events and wish for others to be able to view them easily without having to continually reschedule them due to conflicting schedules. In addition, because Xendit is available as a mobile app for Android phones, users are able to view their daily schedule wherever they are which allows them more freedom in terms of planning activities with others because they have access to their schedule wherever they are.However, even though integration between Xendit and Google Calendar allows users more freedom in terms of planning activities with others because they have access to their schedule wherever they are, there are some downsides associated with integration between these two applications. For one thing, because users' cplaborators do not appear automatically in Xendit's calendar view like they do when using other applications such as Microsoft Outlook 2013 or iCalendar , it may take longer for users' cplaborators who are not necessarily tech savvy to connect their accounts with Xendit so that their calendars appear in Xendit's calendar view. Another down side associated with integration between these two applications is that users must leave Xendit's website open in order for cplaboration invitations sent through it appear in their calendar view; if one logs out of Xendit while viewing his or her agenda through it he or she may miss out on important cplaboration opportunities even if said cplaborations were sent through Xendit's website or mobile app . Although we believe that integration between these two platforms provides benefits for both parties invpved (users and developers. we think that there may be better sputions for connecting users with their cplaborators especially since Xendit is currently only available as a web platform which means that users must always have it open in order for cplaboration invitations sent through it to appear in his or her view (see above.
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