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Doodle 1:1 - What is a 1:1 meeting?

1:1 meeting is a Doodle Premium feature that will allow you to set up an invitation a 1:1 meeting in 4 easy steps, cutting down the usual back and forth. You suggest the times, your participant picks the one that fits the best, and you are both automatically notified of the match. 

If you are looking to start a Premium trial in order to test the 1:1 meetings you can do it here.
(Clicking here will start you trial right away - don't worry! you will not be charged) 

Great! How does it work?

All you have to do is send a link with possible meeting times - you can do so here by clicking on "create" and then "1:1". Your participant chooses a time, and it is booked in your calendars! Whether it is a colleague from within your organization or an external client, it takes only 4 steps to set up your one-on-one meeting. To see what these steps are just follow this link.

Calendar integration 

Like all Doodle features, this tool integrates seamlessly with your calendar to keep you organized. Just make sure you have already connected your calendar to your Doodle account as described here.

In case you use multiple calendars, there are two ways you can check your availability to look for free time slots:

You can either connect another calendar in your account settings or you can look up calendars you have access to, by clicking the small gear icon on the top right while you are creating a 1:1 invite.

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In the pop up “Your Availability” you can select the calendars that you want to consider for your available times and show you your primary calendar. This is very important in order to avoid double booking.

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Is the 1:1 meetings feature available for free?

It is available for unlimited usage for all users who are currently in a trial or a subscription for one of these plans: Pro, Team or Enterprise

If you are in a Starter plan, then you are allowed to use a limited version of 1:1 meetings. That means you can have maximum 2 pending 1:1 invites at the same time.  

 

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