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Is there support for internal office locations on Google Calendar?

We have a bunch of meeting rooms and that's what appears in the Location field of an event. However, Google can't resolve that to a location?

Is it possible to establish some sort of URL that is opened when users click on our meeting room links, rather than Google passing it off to Google Maps?

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Are you using Google Apps, or just the regular consumer Google Calendar? – Al E. May 8 '13 at 17:37
Google Apps - tags updated – Dancrumb May 8 '13 at 18:49
Assuming you're talking about the map link next to the Where field in the calendar, I would +1 this (if only stack exchange were a feature request forum) – SubmittedDenied Aug 5 '14 at 23:15
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It sounds like you are already using the calendar Resources feature. If not, you can set those up in the admin panel.

When you create resources, you can add a URL to each resource. Then when a user adds the resource to a meeting, that URL goes into the "Where:" field. We use this for GoToMeeting accounts and it works great (you set up a recurring meeting and use that as the URL). For physical locations, it would be as pretty but it should work. Definitely a bit of a hack but it gets the job done for my company (only 25 employees).

Here is a good guide on creating resources - http://www.googlegooru.com/how-to-create-a-resource-in-google-calendar/

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