Many of us live from our electronic calendars.
We just put an appointment in the diary (or accept one that has been emailed to us) and then forget about it until we review what’s in there for the coming week or the coming day.
When you have a lot of things on, this just helps to free-up your head-space.
Which means, for many, if it’s not in their electronic calendar, it will usually be forgotten.
Normally, you will already have sent a message to the person you are inviting to the Hub with the time, date and so on.
In that message it really pays to say something like:
“I’ll send you a calendar invite in a moment to remind us both.” (As always, choose your own wording.)
Introducing is not Advocating
Following is an excellent video with everything you need to know about Google Calendars.
Well worth the watch as there are some great hints and tips here.
Note: When you send a calendar invite to someone, they will receive an email where they can accept your invitation and it will put an entry in their calendar