Hello, wonderful user! Ready to create a Calendar Snack? Don’t be fooled by the name; we’re not making a bite-sized treat (though snacks are always welcome!). Instead, we’re diving into a nifty way to streamline sending calendar invitations to your events. So, let’s break it down step-by-step. Oh, and hold onto your hats – we’re about to sprinkle some fun in this!
Step 1: Birth of a Calendar Snack Event
- Create Event (meeting) in Calendar: Locate that cute little ‘+’ sign on your calendar. Give it a tap! It’s just itching for you to create an event.
Step 2: An Invitee Like No Other
- Add email@example.com as Invitee: Here’s where the magic happens! When adding attendees, slip in this special email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Consider it your golden ticket to the Calendar Snack factory.
Step 3: Save, Don’t Spill!
Save Event: Hit the save button! But not too hard, okay? We wouldn’t want any calendar entries to get hurt.
Send Event: Send out the event to your invitees, including our special friend from Step 2.
Step 4: The “Snackening”
Get the Calendar Snack Create Notification Email: Ding! You’ve got mail. Expect a notification email in your Event Organizer email inbox, making you aware that your Calendar Snack is ready and raring to go. (it only takes seconds)
Step 5: The Snack in Action
Click Link in Email: This is the moment you’ve been waiting for. Click that tantalizing link within the email.
- All Your Calendar Snack Events in One Place: Access your Calendar Snack Dashboard online to see all your Events in one place. Bask in the glory of your newly minted Calendar Snack.
- NOTE: We give you a tasty little landing page to send our Invites for free – this is your taste test. To use all the features and features of Calendar Snack, you must be a Registered Organizer and have a paid annual subscription.
Congrats, snack master!
You’ve just whipped up a fresh batch of Calendar Snack goodness. Whether you’re a calendar newbie or a seasoned scheduler, we hope this guide brought a smile to your face and clarity to your process.