Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding a Google calendar to Lotus Notes, part of Up and Running with Lotus Notes.
We all have some sort of calendar for managing our personal life, just like we have one for our office. …So wouldn't it be great if we could safely merge the two so we'd know if we had something …like a dentist appointment when someone was trying to schedule a meeting with us? Well …now we can, especially if we use a calendar that has something called an iCal feed or …a Google calendar. …On the left-hand side, under Show Calendars, we're going to click on the blue hotspot that …says Add a Calendar. …We could add a Notes user's calendar here, and in the user name simply type in the name …of the person who works at our office, that way their calendar would just be over ours as an overlay.…
But we're going to use a Google one instead. …So from the dropdown list, I'm going to select a Google Calendar. …In the Label field, we're going to type something for our reference so we know what it is. …Now we do need the username and the password of our Google calendar. …In this case we need the entire username. …
- Reading mail
- Searching and organizing mail
- Formatting messages
- Setting up an out-of-office reply
- Adding contacts
- Creating meetings, appointments, and reminders
- Adding a Google calendar to Lotus
- Adding a widget to the sidebar
- Using Sametime chat
- Opening Lotus Notes applications
- Working offline
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Reading and Organizing Mail
3. Sending Mail and Managing Contacts
4. Calendar and To Do
5. The Sidebar
6. Sametime Instant Messaging
7. Lotus Notes Applications
8. Working Offline
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