The Docket Event Panel is designed to help you find meetings fast so you can see what you need to do to prepare for your meetings. The meetings displayed are events from your synced Google or Microsoft calendars or meetings you create directly within Docket.
This article will cover the following:
Event Panel Views
There are several different views of the meeting panel including:
All of your meetings scheduled for TODAY. These populate from your primary Google or Microsoft calendar or are created in Docket with today's date.
All Meetings View
All of your meetings scheduled for THIS WEEK. These populate from your primary Google or Microsoft calendar or are created in Docket with any date this week. From here, you can increase or decrease the date range in this view.
Meeting Panel Sections
The meeting panel is comprised of several sections.
On the TODAY view, you can view meetings in from the following filters:
See all of your meetings TODAY from your main Google or Microsoft calendar or meetings you created in Docket with today's date. If you have more than 5 meetings in Today's view, click "See All" to see the rest of your meetings.
1:1's display meetings that include just yourself and one other person and are set up as recurring on your Google or Microsoft calendar. View and quickly jump to any 1:1's you have scheduled this week so you can prepare in advance for those meetings.
View up to 4 of the most recently edited meetings so you can quickly return to working on the agenda or notes from that meeting.
On the ALL MEETINGS view, you can view meetings with the following options:
Current Week (Default)
When you first select All Meetings, the view will change to show you all meetings for the current week.
Use the date selector to change the dates of your meetings view and quickly jump forward or backward as needed. There are quick action buttons on the left or you can manually pick dates from the calendar on the right.
TIP: To view a range of consecutive dates, select a date and drag across additional dates until you have a range selected.
Date selector quick actions include:
Meeting Card Color Indicators
A meeting will show faded to indicate it is past its' date and time.
A meeting will show light blue to indicate it is upcoming.
A meeting will show bold to indicate it is currently selected.
Event Card Icons
The following icons may appear on each event card on the left event panel.
Recurring Meeting - Indicates that a meeting is a part of a recurring series.
Agenda Status - Indicates this meeting has at least one agenda item.
Meeting Has Video Conferencing - Indicates a meeting has video conferencing scheduled, it will display this icon on the event card.
Meeting has Multiple Video Conferencing - Indicates a meeting has multiple video conferencing scheduled. The number will vary based on how many conferencing options it detects.
Edit, Hide, Schedule a Follow Up, Docket Meeting and View in Calendar - When a meeting needs to be edited, viewed directly on the calendar, schedule a follow up or deleted, select this icon on the event card.
Meetings synced to your calendar can be edited directly from your calendar. Click on the popover to get to your calendar.
TIP: This will link to the calendar you are currently signed into which can be different from the account you use with Docket. If this happens, switch calendars to the appropriate calendar.
Meetings that are not synced to your calendar can be edited directly in Docket.
Meetings from calendars that do not display in Docket
Meetings that display in Docket will come from your main Google or Microsoft calendar.
If you have access to more than one calendar (sub-calendars) in your email account. these events do not currently display.
Additional Email Accounts
In order to see events from multiple email accounts, create a separate Docket account for each and logout/login as needed.
How to Collapse Event Panel
You can collapse the meeting panel to give you more room to work in your meeting workspace or to give more privacy to your calendar when sharing your screen.
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