Google Calendar Appointment Slots

Intro

Google Calendar has a lot of features and ways to help you automate your work! One of the great features that you can find and use easily is the ability to create appointment slots. These slots will help you easily manage your time and it will also make it easy for your colleagues to schedule meetings and appointments with you.

This feature is available in G Suite only, so you will need to have a G Suite account before you can use this feature.

Once you complete the steps below, you will be having an appointment slot – or more if you want! – that you can share it with colleagues, customers, or the public! They can then easily book your calendar without calling you or getting back to you every time!

How to do this?

In order to do this, you will just need to follow a very … Read the rest “Google Calendar Appointment Slots”

Gmail and Google Vault

Gmail and Google Vault – Important Notes

The notes and considerations about Gmail and Google Vault are a lot! And I have done my best to make sure I cover the important notes and considerations.

You will see the links and resources from where I have got the notes, so you can also get more insights and expand more into the other points that I haven’t mentioned here…

https://support.google.com/vault/answer/2462480?hl=en

Types of attachments that are indexed

Compatible text-based attachment file types (for example, files with .pdf, .xslx, and .docx extensions) are indexed for search. However, Vault doesn’t index video, audio, image, and binary content.

Large messages and attachments

Vault indexes and searches approximately the first megabyte of a message and any attachments. If Vault finds a match, it searches the rest of the data and makes it available for preview and export.

System-generated Gmail labels may affect search results:

Gmail uses labels to organize messages in user inboxes. … Read the rest “Gmail and Google Vault – Important Notes”