If your day requires you to collaborate with your colleagues, clients, or external partners, there's a good chance you rely on your calendar as a scheduling tool. While sending out a calendar invite is obviously an efficient way for scheduling large group meetings, it does come with a caveat-- your inbox gets flooded with RSVPs from your guest-list.
In this guide, learn about InMoat's Calendar filters to keep your inbox clear of unwanted calendar updates.
What are Calendar Filters and how do they work?
Calendar Smart Filters detects incoming calendar meeting requests and responses to your meeting invitations.
There are 4 calendar notification filters:
- Calendar Invitations
- RSVP: Accepted
- RSVP: Declined
- RSVP: Tentative
Incoming calendar invites, as well as updates or changes to an existing calendar meeting, such as newly proposed times.
Email confirmations about recipients who have 'Accepted' your calendar invitation.
Email confirmations about recipients who have 'Declined' your calendar meeting invitation.
Email confirmations about recipients who have 'Tentatively Accepted' and/or marked as 'Maybe' to your calendar meeting invitation.