Google Calendar is free to use with any GMail account. If you are an existing Google Calendar user, staff author Jess Stratton shows how to get a daily digest of appointments into your Inbox every morning, and create a filter to automatically flag these emails so that you'll never miss your appointments for the day.
- [Voiceover] In a previous video,…I showed you how you can get your daily agenda…sent to you every morning at 5am…if you're a Google Calendar user.…It can be ready and waiting in your Inbox…for you to check every morning…and see what your schedule is.…I love this about Google Calendar and I do use it.…Google Calendar, if you're not currently using it,…like all of the other videos I've just talked about,…it's free with your Gmail account,…so if you haven't tried it,…it's definitely worth checking out.…I also do have a full course on it.…It's called Google Calendar Essential Training.…
To access your Google Calendar from here,…click the grid icon on the top, right-hand side…of the screen and choose Calendar.…It's going to bring me into my Google Calendar,…and I did create multiple calendars,…which is one primary benefit of using Google Calendar.…Each calendar has their own daily agenda setting.…The one with my name on it is my primary calendar…so I'm gonna hover my mouse over…the name on the left-hand side,…and an arrow will appear to the right of it.…
Note: To master the basics before you start this course, watch Gmail Essential Training first.
- Explain how to see the chats on the right-hand side of the screen.
- Relate how to undo a sent email after enabling the Undo Send option.
- List the things that can be done to a message that arrives and matches a search.
- Name the file types that are supported when archiving your data.
- Name the limit on a file attachment when sending it through a Gmail account.