Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a meeting, part of Learning Lotus Notes.
Meetings are most likely going to become an integral part of our workday. …At some point, it's going to be us that need to call the meeting, so let's go over all …the steps to create a basic meeting with Lotus Notes. …To start, we need to get into our calendar by going to the Open list and choosing Calendar; …from there we can click on New in the Action bar. …The Type automatically defaults to Meeting, so now we can type our Subject. …Now we get to pick the start time and the end time for the meeting.…
We can click on the clock and use the slider to pick a time, and the meeting defaults to …1 hour; we can change the end time if we want though. …Next we need to decide who is required to come to our meeting. I'm going to click the …word Required in blue highlighted; that means that I can click on it and it will bring up …the Address dialog. …I can click my mouse in there and start typing the last name of the person I want. …Once I found them, I can select their name and click the Require button. This will move …
- 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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