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- Calendar cheat sheet Need a quick reference for the Calendar basics you've learned? Download this cheat sheet.
Set up Calendar delegation (video) Whether you're someone's assistant or you're just stepping in for your manager for a week, you might need to schedule and coordinate events on someone else's behalf.
Late? Easy ways to catch up That important meeting is about to begin and you’re late. You don’t want to miss any of the discussion or any important decisions. How do you catch up? With Google Apps, you can let people know you’re late and keep informed of key decisions.
- Create tasks in your calendar Have you tried Google Tasks in Gmail? If so, you already know how beneficial they can be in helping you organize your day. Tasks are also available in Google Calendar.
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Does Calendar have event reminders?
Yes, you can choose how (pop-up message, email, or both) and when to be notified. To change your notification settings, see Get started with Calendar.
Can I invite attendees from outside my organization’s domain?
Yes, you can send meeting invitations to any email address.
Will I get a notification if an attendee accepts my meeting invitation?
You can choose to receive pop-up, SMS, and email notifications for guest acceptances. To change your notification settings, see Get started with Calendar.
Can I see who accepted my invitation?
Yes, open the event details to see who has accepted your invitation.
What’s the maximum number of invitees for a meeting?
An event can have a maximum of 200 external invitees. If your event has a larger guest list, you can invite the attendees through Google Groups, which lets you invite up to 10,000 people for one-time events and 5,000 people for recurring events. Visit the Google Apps Help Center for more information about guest limits for invitations.