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Holiday Scheduling Made Easy with CalendarAnything and RSVP

By 12.09.19
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The holidays are a busy time for everyone — with schedules and hearts full of winter cheer. It can be hard to keep track of your own calendar, let alone your whole team at work. 

With team members fluttering from family event to Friendsgiving, it can be difficult to keep track of who is in the office at year-end. CalendarAnything is here to help with holiday scheduling.

Holiday scheduling for your entire team

CalendarAnything takes out-of-office requests and populates a calendar with approved records. If a team member needs to take a long lunch to attend their child’s school function, or end the work day early to pick up family from the airport, having visibility into their calendars is imperative. 

Here is an example of a Holiday Team Calendar and how to track your team:

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Detailed above, there is a holiday work party for the whole team on December 6, 2019. As each team member responds to the invite, the record will be updated with their response. 

Holiday PTO for the entire team is also listed on the calendar above. With the ability to share calendars across public groups, there’s no need to play guessing games about who is in the office or when they will be back.

Now that you have a holistic view of your team’s whereabouts during December, you can focus on scheduling annual reviews! Or you know, more meetings in the new year.

Whatever you need to scheduled, let CalendarAnything and our latest accelerator, RSVP, do the work. RSVP allows your audience to self-schedule with you and/or members of your team. Eliminate the headache of back-and-forth email strings and present a calendar with current availability for easy meeting management.


Interested in streamlined scheduling? See what CalendarAnything and RSVP can do for you.

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