When it comes to event management, every detail matters. If a single detail is missed like the exact hour or duration, it will affect the whole event. Project management businesses cannot afford to have this kind of mess as it means a business loss and dissatisfied client.
With the help of monday.com, all relevant information of an event like the event type, duration, schedule, and others can be seen in a main dashboard. All information will then be reflected in Google Calendar for an integrated view.
As to how to do it, I will give you an overview of the processes in this article.
The monday.com main board contains the requests of a client. A specific event is presented on the item row with several columns that has the billing information, event information, and others.
Tip: If you’re new on using monday.com, you may check the Glossary here to better understand the terms.
Each event will have sub-items that correspond to the required sessions of the client. It also has columns for session-specific information like the start and end time of the event, time zone, date, and others.
The information for each column like the time zone comes from separate boards in the monday.com workspace that are treated as resources.
Once a session is created on the main board, it goes to a separate board called the “Calendar Management” board.
The “Calendar Management” board is linked to Google Calendar using Integromat. Every update on the “Calendar Management” board will reflect on Google Calendar.
The schedule from the Google Calendar can then be easily sent to the client. This way, no session is missed and everyone is notified.
I hope you’ll find this information useful and that you can make use of the processes.
If you don’t have a monday.com account yet, you may sign up here. For integration, Integromat can well serve your needs.
For further monday.com assistance, book a free consultation with me.
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