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There is a GApps user and calendar for each resource in your domain, and you can view it to see who booked the resource and for what duration. In your calendar, click the little arrow box next to "Other Calendars" and select "Browse Interesting Calendars". Who knows what you will find in here! Click on the "More" heading and then the blue carat (">") to ...
How to left align dollar sign and right align the number, like Excel currency format? Not possible. (By the way, in Excel it is called Accounting format, Currency is different.) Also, is there a way to create a custom format? Yes. Format > Number > More Formats > Custom number format... More details here: ...
If you're only looking to see a single event, you can click on "Find a time" once you've added the room to your calendar invite. This will show the calendar's schedule, let you view its events and see who created another event (as long as this event isn't marked 'private')
OK I seem to have found the issue. It seems that Google somehow updated its security policy this summer, and as a result, you have to First, use "add another email address" under JohnDoe@example.com to add teamA@example.com to JohnDoe@example.com, in which step you'll not be prompted to authenticate Then, go to your personal gmail and use "add another ...
It is still possible to add a separate domain to your existing Google Apps for Work subscription, but it is no longer possible to add separate domains for the Google Apps Free (Legacy) edition. From their support page regarding the legacy edition: The legacy free edition of Google Apps only supports domain aliases, not secondary domains. The same ...
No, you can't, as the error message states. The best you can do is to create a temporary account within your domain for the person you're trying to delegate to. This account could be set up to forward all mail and give access to calendars to the Gmail account.
I use different Google Chrome profiles. Each Google Chrome profile is logged to a different account. I can then just use the keyboard shortcut to switch between the different Google Chrome profiles.
As a Super Admin, you have full permission (view/edit) to each calendar in the domain. Therefore, to get access to the user's primary calendar, just enter the user's email address in the "Add a coworker's calendar" box (underneath "Other Calendars"). Note that this trick will only work for a user's primary calendar. If a user has created an additional ...
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