To enhance your meeting preparation and ensure seamless integration of agendas into your scheduled events, Groupthink offers a feature to connect your calendar. This guide will walk you through the process of linking your Google or Outlook Calendar to Groupthink.
- Stay organized by integrating your Google or Outlook Calendar directly into Groupthink.
- Choose how Groupthink interacts with your events for maximum flexibility.
- Ensure that the right events get the right agendas, every time.
Google Calendar Integration
- Groupthink supports integration with Google Calendars
- Ensure that you have access to the Google Calendar account you wish to connect
Outlook Calendar Integration
- Groupthink supports integration with Outlook Calendars
- Ensure that you have access to the Microsoft account you wish to connect
Connecting Your Calendar
During Initial Setup
- As you set up Groupthink, navigate to the second step of the setup process.
- Click on "Connect to Google Calendar" or "Connect to Outlook Calendar" to initiate the connection.
After Initial Setup
- Navigate to your organization settings within Groupthink.
- Choose "Add Calendar Connection".
- Click on "Connect to Google Calendar" or "Connect to Outlook Calendar" to establish the link.
Selecting the Right Calendar
Choosing a Calendar
- After connecting to your Google or Outlook Calendar account, a dropdown will appear.
- From this dropdown, select the specific calendar you wish Groupthink to access.
- This step ensures that Groupthink interacts with relevant events, excluding non-essential calendars like birthdays or holidays.
Customizing Groupthink's Interaction with Your Events
- Once connected, you can determine how Groupthink interacts with your calendar events.
- Choose if you want Groupthink to:
- Automatically add agendas to events you host.
- Attach agendas to events you attend.
- Only attach agendas to events with a minimum of two attendees.
By setting these preferences, you ensure that Groupthink enhances your meetings without overwhelming your calendar with unnecessary agendas.