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Jason Winget

GTimeReport - Creating time reports from your Google Calendar to Excel and Google Docs ... - 0 views

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    A great way to get data out of our calendar into a spreadsheet. Used it this year to pull my calendar out and find all of the tax deductible mileage.
Rachel Pierson

YouCanBook.Me - 3 views

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    YouCanBook.Me is an appointment scheduling tool that works with Google Calendar. We are looking for a solution for scheduling home visits and parent/teacher conferences. This might work well!
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    I used this for home visits this past summer and it worked great. For me, the only drawback was less control over scheduling. I was criss-crossing the county a couple of days because they pick the days and times, but otherwise it worked well for me and it was really easy. The parents thought it was easy too.
Timothy Giebelhaus

iPhone Sync Settings - 2 views

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    Choose which calendars to sync the iPhone (mobile) with.

    If you have multiple calendars you want to show up on your iPhone, this is the page that determines which show up on the iPhone.
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    Choose which calendars to sync the iPhone (mobile) with.

    If you have multiple calendars you want to show up on your iPhone, this is the page that determines which show up on the iPhone.
Sallie Draper

Share Online: Free Shared Calendar, To Do Lists, Files & Photos - 0 views

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    A FinalWeb customer recommends this site as alternative to Google Cal because it doesn't truncate the printed version ...

    I thought you might like to know about a FREE NON-Google calendar that has word wrap, is easy and will import a google calendar.
Jason Schmidt

Wiggio - Makes it easy to work in groups. - 2 views

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    All in one collaboration center. Group email, text, voice, meetings, conference calls, chat rooms, calendars, files, polls, and project management. Best of all, FREE!
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    Anyone want to play?
Jason Schmidt

YouCanBook.Me - 2 views

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    Use this tool to allow people to book times on your Google Calendar.
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    Great tool - maybe a way to schedule conferences? I'll try it this fall and let you know how it goes!
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    Take a look at PicKATime for conference scheduling. Ours is up right now so you could look at it on our site - emanuelnl.org/school
    Works great and parents love it; not free through. $50 a conference. We think it is worth it. The secretary sets it all up and teachers have access and see their own scheduled conference times.
    I find youcanbook me works well for teachers setting up individual conference tmes with me for purposes of their tech growth planning throughout the year.
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