A medium-sized food manufacturing company sends teams to 4-5 industry tradeshows each year across the United States with anywhere from 4 to 8 staff members attending each show. In the weeks prior to each show the team pre-books meetings with their customers which often involve more than one staff member, for example, a sales rep and a technical rep.
In the past the company created a shared “Tradeshow” calendar in MS Outlook to schedule these meetings, but there were always issues with time zones either while scheduling or once they arrive on site.
Continue reading Use Teamup to Organize Tradeshow Staffing and Coordinate Teams
Life is multifaceted, for both individuals and groups. Getting organized is additionally challenging when you are juggling many “things” and need to avoid clashes. For example, a school administrator needs to manage teachers, subjects and classrooms to ensure that teachers and classrooms are not double booked. An agency managing musicians and venues needs to be able to keep each musician updated when and where they will be playing. And each venue needs to know who will be playing and when. Scheduling which necessitates working with multiple calendars can be difficult and time consuming. At Teamup we recognize this and we’ve built a solution which links events to multiple calendars to simplify complex scheduling tasks.
Our new “one-to-many” ability lets you assign a single event to multiple calendars, which might include the calendar of a person, resource, object or venue, etc. The feature is available for free to all Teamup users and it can be enabled or disabled in the settings.
Continue reading Need to assign one event to multiple calendars? Now you can!