Create appointments or meetings that are held on a regular schedule (every other month, every Monday at 3:00, the third Thursday each month) as recurring appointments or meetings. Set the starting and ending dates and times for the first meeting in the series. Click the Recurrence command to set the recurrence pattern, including when the series will send. After creating the recurring series you can modify or delete individual items in the series to accomodate exceptions. Choosing a new recurrence pattern removes all exceptions.
- [Voiceover] My boss Jonathan asked me…to pay particular attention at the executive retreat…to some work that Tammy and Victor expect…to engage in with the IT group.…I'm going to be proactive about this…and set up a series of meetings;…short check-ins that will allow us to talk…about how we're going to do requirements gathering,…and I would like those meetings to begin…after the executive retreat.…We'll be returning on June 15th.…I'm going to begin meeting with them a week later.…
I'm not crazy about Monday meetings,…Tuesday, I think, the 21st looks good.…And something relatively early in the morning…but not perhaps first thing: 9:00 A.M.…That will be enough time for Victor…to get in to his office as well.…And this is Event Team Project Leadership Conversations…We'll come up with a shorter acronym…for that any time now.…
Let's invite some people.…Let's invite Victor.…And let's invite Tammy.…That'll give me a good start.…And the location: we're going…to hold these on Skype.…Notice when I start typing "On Skype",…it says "Geni's Office and On Skype",…
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