- I already use Calendly. Is this any different?
- I'm a case manager. How do I schedule a meeting on behalf of a mediator?
- Can I enable people to self-schedule one-on-one calls or meetings with me?
- What other types of meetings can I schedule?
- Why does ADR Notable recommend to not include questions in a Mediation session invitation?
- Can I schedule a recurring meeting in CalendarHero?
I already use Calendly. Is this any different?
Actually, it is significantly different. You schedule a meeting right from your Case Dashboard, automatically pulling the invitees into CalendarHero. There, you can choose your meeting type (half-day? full-day? on-line? in-person?) and hit send. And in terms of value, take a look at this Comparison of ADR Notable + CalendarHero.
I'm a case manager. How do I schedule a meeting on behalf of a mediator?
When you set up a Meeting Type in CalendarHero, you will see in the Availability section a toggle called "On-Behalf" that enables a Case Manager to set up a meeting, using the availability of a Mediator. Read more in CalendarHero.
Can I enable people to self-schedule one-on-one video calls or meetings with me?
Yes, and it is very easy to set this up in CalendarHero. You can add a personal scheduling link to your email messages and you can even embed the calendar on your website in one of three formats: Inline, Slide Out and Directory Embed, so you can select the one that works best for your website design. Learn how in CalendarHero:
What other types of meetings can I schedule?
Whatever type you need -- meeting types are a powerful feature of CalendarHero because they let you easily pre-configure your meeting settings, and then reuse these settings for faster meeting scheduling.
- Read this article with tips for setting up several types of mediation meetings.
- Watch Sydney's recorded Webinar on how to set up meeting types. (Coming Soon)
Why does ADR Notable recommend to not include Questions in a Mediation Session invitation?
There is a risk of exposing personal information to all meeting attendees. In CalendarHero, the answers to the questions are shared not only with the meeting organizer but are also included in the meeting details in a Google or Outlook calendar, making the answers visible to all attendees:
Can I schedule a recurring meeting in CalendarHero?
CalendarHero works in conjunction with your Google or Outlook calendar when it comes to recurring meetings. Once you've established an initial meeting with someone with the help of CalendarHero, it's easy to simply go ahead and create a recurring meeting with that person on your Google or Outlook calendar.
And if you need a reminder to do so, try using your CalendarHero automated assistant to remind you to book that recurring meeting. Read more about Reminders in CalendarHero.