Rejoice! GlossGenius offers the most advanced two-way calendar sync to make your experience as convenient as possible. So what exactly does two-way calendar sync mean?
The two-way calendar sync feature means you can:
- Sync calendar events from your personal calendar (Google/iCal) directly into your GlossGenius app calendar.
- Sync calendar events from your GlossGenius calendar right into your Outlook, Google Calendar, iCal (mac), iPhone or iPad Calendar.
What's the benefit of each type of sync? Why would I want to sync them?
Sync calendar events from your personal calendar to GlossGenius (Google/iCal to GlossGenius)
Syncing this way allows any event on your personal calendar to be brought into your GlossGenius app. This is ultra-convenient when you're scheduling clients because it lets you bring in other events from your life and see them right on your GlossGenius calendar, without having to toggle back and forth between different calendars. That way, when you're using GlossGenius to schedule, you can avoid booking times that you had pre-existing commitments for.
Here's an example: Have a lunch planned in your personal calendar, and a client is asking if you're available around 12? This type of calendar sync reduces the need to juggle back and forth since you can now see the lunch on your GlossGenius calendar!
Sync calendar events from GlossGenius to your personal calendar (GlossGenius to Google/iCal/Outlook)
Syncing calendar events from GlossGenius to your personal calendar means that your GlossGenius appointments will show up on Outlook, Google Calendar or iCal! This is a great option for sharing your busy work calendar with others -- like family members, staff members, etc. to make coordinating other life events easier!
Here's an example: Your husband needs to see what days you're busy so he can pick the kids up from school, and you want to share your GlossGenius calendar with him. Syncing to Google/iCal/Outlook means he can look at one of those calendars and see your day!
Enabling the calendar sync feature for either option is easy! Check out the instructions on how to do it.