Smart 1:1s allow for flexibility as they respond to conflicts on the calendar by rescheduling events—or in some cases, canceling them—and also respond to RSVP changes from either attendee.
When rescheduling a Smart 1:1, Reclaim will attempt to maintain the cadence of the Smart 1:1 series. For example, if you have a weekly smart 1:1 that typically occurs on Mondays, and push it to Friday, the next scheduled instance of the 1:1 will push to be closer to Friday. This helps to avoid having Smart 1:1s too close together.
Smart 1:1s can be rescheduled in several different ways:
If either the organizer or the attendee RSVPs "No" to the Smart 1:1 event, Reclaim will automatically reschedule it to the next best time for both of attendees. RSVPs can be managed through Google Calendar.
If an event gets booked over the Smart 1:1, Reclaim will automatically reschedule the Smart 1:1 to the next best available time for both of you. If the attendee or organizer are invited to another event that conflicts with the Smart 1:1, the Smart 1:1 will not be rescheduled until they RSVP Yes or Maybe to the conflicting event.
Manually reschedule a Smart 1:1
You can drag a Smart 1:1 event to another day or time on the calendar, and Reclaim will accept that as a reschedule. If the new time isn't available on both calendars, Reclaim will try to find the next closest time for that day.
Delete a Smart 1:1 from the Google Calendar
If the organizer of the 1:1 deletes the event via Google Calendar, Reclaim will skip the Smart 1:1 for the day and reschedule it to the next best time on the following day. If there are no eligible days remaining in the week, the Smart 1:1 will be canceled.
Use the reschedule link in Google Calendar
Within the event details in Google Calendar, there is a link to reschedule the Smart 1:1.