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Rescheduling or cancelling a 1:1 meeting from your Outlook & Google Calendar
Rescheduling or cancelling a 1:1 meeting from your Outlook & Google Calendar

Users of Microsoft & Google SSO can reschedule or cancel meetings directly from Outlook

Updated over a week ago

Frankli now allows the capability to identify alterations made to 1:1-related events for Microsoft & Google SSO within your calendar.
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This rule is applicable to both the present meeting event in Frankli and any future ones.

Please note for Google SSO: For any 1:1 schedule created on or before the 6th of November 2023, you will need to select the "recreate all events" as seen below in order to allow calendar rescheduling/cancellations. You only need to do this on one of your active 1:1's.

For all meetings created after this date you will automatically be able to reschedule or cancel a 1:1 meeting from your calendar.

Rescheduling

Should you move an event to a different date in your calendar, it will be rescheduled accordingly within Frankli.

If the event pertains to the currently scheduled Frankli meeting, the meeting will be promptly relocated.

In cases where the event relates to a meeting not yet established in Frankli, it will be rescheduled once the meeting is created.

Cancelling

When an event is cancelled in your calendar, it will likewise be cancelled within Frankli.

If the event is linked to the presently scheduled Frankli meeting, the meeting will be cancelled, and the next one in the series will be generated.

For events tied to meetings not yet established in Frankli, they will be cancelled as soon as they are created.

Please note: If you cancel "All events in the series" or "This and all following events" in your calendar, no changes may occur, you will need to archive the meeting series in Frankli in order to cancel all future events.

If you cancel "All events in the series" or "This and all following events" in your calendar in error you can use the "recreate all events" as seen below.

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