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There isn't (currently) a way to do this inside Trello. However, there is a third party application (Trello Calendar) that will allow you to do this.


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I ended up writing my own utility for this purpose, Schedule Creator. I optimized it for a specific data input method, but you could use a spreadsheet app to get your data in the right format and then paste it into my utility.


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Follow these instructions to remove all reminders from all events: Disable notifications for all events on a calendar.


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Google Calendar for Google Apps allows you to do this if you have the Premier or Enterprise edition of Google Apps. It looks like regular Google Calendar allows you to do this as well. In Google's vocabulary, these things are called "resources" and are usually rooms.


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It's not currently possible. There is more work to be done with date formatting, timezones, etc.


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There's no standard way to do this. There is however, a Labs feature which shows time to the next event on the sidebar. But again not on the title.


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Google had support for private calendar links until about a year ago. They removed this feature, which I had been using for years to share calendar events for my cub scout pack, which needed to be easy to share but not public for the safety of the boys. I switched over to Outlook.com this year, as it includes this feature.


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If you just want a calendar that anyone in your company can see and add their own vacation time, then I suggest Google Calendar. You can easily create a calendar and share among many people. You might take it one step further and go with Google Apps. That way you could just open the calendar to the entire company instead of having to invite/remove people ...


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Try Trello. You can create cards which are the tasks and users can then assign a card to themselves or to others. Clicking on a specific card will give you the history of the changes that have occurred (ex. John assigned this card to himself). You can also set up lists such as ToDo, Doing, and Done. Cards can then be moved to each list as the status ...


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You must try the host name as 'caldav.calendar.yahoo.com', instead of 'calendar.yahoo.com'. This is how I solved it.


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Your best bet is probably to get Google Calendar to sync to Thunderbird/iCal on a Desktop or iPhone/iPod touch/Android device and have that device do the reminding. You will know for certain that the offline calendar will work if your events are synching to that device's calendar. Here are a number of "send future email" options: Use Gmail to Send future ...


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I am using RememberTheMilk and it has been working fine for me. There are two account types, free (what I use) & pro. They have a number of apps (for iPhone etc) as well as supporting setting up tasks by email. Another one I have seen is HiTask. I haven't used it as much, but it comes in 3 levels, free, premium & business.


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I use Google Calendar in conjunction with Thunderbird (which is open all the time when I'm at work). I set up events in Google, but Thunderbird does the reminding.


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Unfortunately, stu.dicio.us seems to be unavailable at the moment but hopefully will return. Notely has scheduling tools and was a web app once upon a time but now seems to be available for download. Alternatively, you can set up Zoho Planner to manage a timetable and various blog posts around discussing ways to customise this for students but I imagine ...


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There's no way to do this through the Google Calendar web app since it's built for interacting with one event at a time. See: http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Calendar/thread?tid=27e916d34ae71145&hl=en You might be able to accomplish this using a third-party client such as Thunderbird or Outlook. Of course, if you wanted to you could write a ...


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Doodle does the job for me, very straight-forward!


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Google Calendar can have different clanedars with different time zones. In the left menu where it says "My Calendars" click the little dropwdown arrow and click "Calendar settings". You'll be taken to a page dedicated to settings for that calendar and near the middle of the page is "Calendar Time Zone." There you can change the time zone for that one ...


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Google Calendar enables you to have different calendars in a single account, not sure as to what time zone display options there are though


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Go to "Share this Calendar", tick "Make this calendar public", and "Share only my free/busy information". Then, under "Calendar Details" there's a section "Calendar Address" with links to XML, iCal, and HTML versions of the public calendar. You can embed the HTML into an iframe on your website, or just send people the link.


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It's now possible to choose Monday or Sunday, reportedly: http://help.trello.com/customer/portal/articles/1277216-setting-the-first-day-of-the-week-for-the-calendar As a Canadian, I'm not big on switching to US spellings just to get Sunday at the start of the week, but at least it's possible now.


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One option is to change your calendar's time zone while you are in the other time zone. I don't really like that option, but I discovered that you can add additional time zones to your calendar's display. Go to the calendar settings, and right below the time zone you can select an additional time zone to display. ...


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Have you looked into Google Apps? Its calendar sharing features seem to match your requirements. It is syncable with Outlook, accessible from smartphones (either via syncing or a web GUI), and certainly has a calendar GUI. Taking notes from meetings could be done via Google+, or a Google Doc attached to the meeting invitation.


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I don't think there is an easy answer here besides having to recreate the recurring meeting. There are a few Google Product forum discussions on the issue, but no good resolution. The only certain fix (for events in the future) is to turn on 1-way sync (Outlook --> Google) Here is one of the latest threads about the issue (with no resolution). You can try ...


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Not exactly what you are looking for—not a Google solution—, but you can ask Wolfram Alpha for this information. See for example, what day was May 12, 1862.


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Yes, it's called WolframAlpha.


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I have used Doodle in the past and it's an excellent scheduling application. If you set it up so your students can only select one slot, it will work as a first come, first served basis where students can still edit their slots and switch to another available one. You can set the available times and the interface is lightweight and intuitive.


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If I remember rightly, you have to add it do the calendar of the logged in user and then move it to any other linked calendar for which you have write access.


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Have a look at Internet Calendar Sharing. It sounds like what you want, but give Exchange 2010 SP1 and Exchange Online (Office 365) Calendaring FAQ a read over (from the Exchange team blog) and see if it is what you're looking for.


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When I log into the Outlook Web Access (OWA) on Firefox , there is a ticked box which sets 'Light' as the client type, which has way less icons and features than the full client. However, when I use Internet Explorer, I get the full client. Reading the front screen more carefully, it does say that other browsers default to the light client. Microsoft tying ...


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That seems to be something that only works properly in the "Premium" version of the Outlook Web Access interface. Pre-Exchange 2010 the only web browser supported for OWA Premium is Internet Explorer 6+ on Windows, they don't code for or test with any other browser and the code uses IE specific code that doesn't work with other browsers. Outlook Web App ...



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