Doodle connects calendars and now works with Lotus Notes

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Today we reached beta status with the Doodle Widget for Lotus Notes, the latest advance in helping you to expedite and gain even greater control over the scheduling process. Doodle now works with IBM Lotus Notes in addition to MS Outlook, iCal, Google and other electronic calendars. This latest seamless integration further equips organizations, small businesses and enterprises to close the gap between disparate calendars and simplify meeting coordination—enabling professionals to regain valuable time lost each week to get participants on “the same page.”

Read the full press release on Doodle’s calendar integration capabilities, use cases and screenshots.

Apply for the Doodle Widget for Lotus Notes beta version!

Tool now works with IBM Lotus Notes in addition to MS Outlook, iCal, Google and other electronic calendars —

Zurich, November 17, 2009 Doodle (www.doodle.com) announced today a Widget for Lotus Notes, the latest advance in helping its more than three million users worldwide to expedite and gain even greater control over the scheduling process. This seamless integration further equips organizations, small businesses and enterprises to close the gap between disparate calendars and simplify meeting coordination—enabling professionals to regain valuable time lost each week to getting participants on “the same page.” (See 1st International Study on Scheduling Trends at http://doodle.com/about/mediareleases/survey.html).

9 thoughts on “Doodle connects calendars and now works with Lotus Notes

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  2. Charlotte

    Hi I’m inetersted in using the Doodle calendar thing that connects calendars. Iy woudl be used in the small charity that i work for – is there anyway we can have a trial to see how it works etc? We would be using it with MS Outlook.

    I look forward to hearing from someone.

    Thanks
    Charlotte

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  3. Petri

    Hello,

    The new calendar integration feature looks great. However, I have quite many overlapping doodle pools, and thus my calendar (iCal) has too many doodle entries if I turn the Doodle calendar on. It would be really nice if one could turn off those polls that already been resolved. Is this possible?

    Petri

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  4. Reto, PM @ Doodle

    Hi Petri,

    Thanks for your comment. If you close your poll (Administer poll -> Close poll) and pick a final date time option, your feed will only show that one option (therefore become less cluttered). In case you are not the admin of a poll, or the admin doesn’t want to close the poll, you could edit your participation entry and only keep the date time option selected which was chosen at the end.

    Hope that helps.

    Best,
    Reto

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  5. Stef

    Hi, excellent idea and nice feature to integrate with Google Calendar !!

    however…

    I get error message “Invalid calender feed format. Please check your myDoodle calendar settings” when I press the “Suggest” button in Firefox on Windows.

    I followed the instructions on http://doodle.com/about/calendarFeed.html and double checked all settings, logged out and back in, created new poll etc… but doesn’t work. I even tried with both a calendar I created myself and another one by someone else…

    Same happens on Internet Exploder btw.

    What am I doing wrong ?

    PS: I’m using a free account

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  6. Petri

    Reto,

    Yes, closing meeting seems to work very well, when I’m the admin. However, when somebody else is admin, I found it easier to just remove myself from the poll after the meeting has been resolved. Getting others add all meeting details seems rather difficult to do.

    Petri

    Reply
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