How to create Meeting Invitations on Google Calendar

How to Create Meeting Invitations on Google Calendar

1) Go to Google Calendar

2) Click the Create button in the upper left corner


3) On the pop up, click more options.


4) Add guests via email addresses



5) You can see information about those you have invited. Those with a check mark to the right of their icon have accepted the invite. Those with a red x to the right of their icon means they declined the invite. Those who have a question mark next to their icon means they said maybe to the invite. Lastly those who do not have anything have not answered yet. On the right side, when hovering over their name, there is an “X” click that to remove that individual from the event.


6) Once you have filled out all the information pertaining to the event, and invited all those you desire to attend, click the blue “Save” button


7) If you have added new guests, and clicked save, this will trigger a “Send invitations?” dialogue box prompting whether or not you want to send invitations to the new guests


8) Alternately, if you have already made the event, saved it, and re-entered any information to it (for example: time change, name change, etc..) it will prompt a pop up to send the updated event to the guests “Send updates?” Dialogue box.


9) If the event has been cancelled, or you want to remove it from your calendar, you can click on the event in your calendar view, and click the “Delete” button (Trash can at the top).


10) Alternatively, you can click on the event, from the calendar view, and bring up the event view, and from there choose the “Delete” option in the upper left side of the page


11) If the event is not a solitary event, and has been set to reoccur you will have three choices. The information provided is pretty sufficient, and when you click on a calendar event you are only altering THAT event (which also means any repeated events that it performs). These are the options you will be given if you choose to delete a recurring event:

Only this instance: Deletes the single event, none before, and none after

All following: Deletes the currently selected event and all that are scheduled to happen after it

All events in the series: Deletes all events, the one selected, all before, and all after










Last Updated: 08/13/15

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