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Introducing Google Calendar Labs - 0 views

    Google have just released some new (but experimental) functionality for calendars. I'm not convinced that I would actually find most of them useful...apart, perhaps from the next meeting or who's free functionality. Apparently there's now an experimental (again) API for building one's own calendaring apps.
    Who is is free is useful. The todo list tool is much better now
Giles Martin

Google Calendar Sharing Button - 1 views

    How to add a button to your website to let people easily add an event (or all your events) from your public google calendar to their own google calendar.
    Could be useful for Learning Institute individual events and CILT/PGCAP whole calendars.
David Andrew

Doodlendar Polls a Group for the Best Date with Google Calendar | Smarterware - 0 views

    Doodle as shared before - but integrated into google calendar
a lang

Create Your Syllabus With a Spreadsheet and a Calendar App - ProfHacker - The Chronicle... - 1 views

    The awesome ProfHacker with a step-by-step guide to quickly getting a bunch of dates into a Google calendar. The author is using it specifically in the context of a course syllabus, but I thought it might also be useful for putting in things like PGCAP dates.
David Andrew

Google mail/calendar users - 5 views

started by David Andrew on 15 May 09 no follow-up yet
Eoin McDonnell

Doodle: Easy Scheduling - 0 views

    Doodle helps scheduling meetings and other appointments. Doodle is simple, quick, free and requires no registration. Simply set up a poll, send a link to all participants, watch progress online, and finally choose the most suitable date.
    Very useful - much clearer and simpler than timebridge which I have used before- timebridge does have more sophistication and enables people to book appointments with you via google calendar - tried it,nobody did - story of my life
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