Join Christopher Breen for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating calendar invitations, part of Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion Tips and Tricks.
Years of intensive research, tells us that meetings are most effective when attended…by more than one person. And because they are, you should know how…to send meeting invitations to your colleagues.…Now while you can do this via email, Calendar provides the means directly…within an Event Edit Window, and this is how it works.…Here's Calendar, I'll create an event, press Cmd+E.…We'll make this a timed event rather than an all-day event.…And then I would click on Add Invitees. This field appears, now if somebody is in…my list of contacts, I can just start typing their name.…
I then select the contact I want, I'll select the second one and I press on…Return, and my contact is in there. Now someone isn't in your contacts you can…simply enter their email address, press Return and they are an invitee as well.…Now I'll get rid of this event and show you another way to do this.…Go to the Window menu, choose Address Panel, and here are the contacts within…the Contacts application. So, I'll save all my contacts and let's…
- Creating smarter Smart Mailboxes
- Sharing and delegating calendars
- Syncing Google contacts
- Discovering hidden tricks within contact headings
- Scheduling startup and shutdown
- Copying files via Bluetooth
- Using a remote disc
- Creating password-protected archives
- Creating a bootable installer drive
- Repairing your keychain
- Resetting your login password
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Mail Tips
2. Calendar Tips
3. Contact Tips
4. System Preference Tips
5. Finder Tips
6. Tips for Troubleshooters
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