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Check it Out: ReadyTalk + Google Calendar

Posted by Beth Toeniskoetter on
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Meetings can be stressful…finding a date and time for the masses of you must include, creating an agenda to ensure the time is productive and well-spent, and following up on next steps to keep the project at hand moving. You don’t want to pile on additional work for yourself (or for those you've invited) by trying to remember what audio and web information you should include for those joining remotely.

ReadyTalk has this for covered for Microsoft Outlook users, and starting today, we are providing some love for Google Calendar users as well. With our Google Calendar Gadget, you can:

  • Start an ad-hoc meeting directly from the Sidebar, which launches web conference controls without having to enter your ReadyTalk credentials
  • Schedule a one-time or recurring meeting that includes all of the information that your participants need to join
  • Include our Dial-Me feature which allows meeting participants to have the audio conference call them directly, and then drop them into the web meeting as well

Google Calendar Gadget - Sample Workflow

Get more details about the ReadyTalk Google Calendar Gadget or just add it to your Calendar now!


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