Smart 1:1s

How to use Smart 1:1s to automate your one-on-one meetings.

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Using Smart 1:1s

Create a Smart 1:1

You can create Smart 1:1s and invite people to them in minutes (or less).
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Accept and respond to Smart 1:1 invites

Accept a Smart 1:1 invite so Reclaim can start scheduling your meetings.
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Add videoconferencing to your Smart 1:1s

How to add videoconferencing to your Smart 1:1 series.
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Reschedule a Smart 1:1

Smart 1:1s automatically schedule according to your mutual availability, and reschedule when conflicts occur.
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Edit the videoconferencing for a scheduled Smart 1:1 from Google Calendar

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Convert existing 1:1s meetings to Smart 1:1s

Reclaim automatically detects and converts your existing meetings to Smart 1:1s.
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Edit and save changes to Smart 1:1s

You can update a Smart 1:1 to change its scheduling preferences, description, or anything else—besides the attendee.
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Edit details of scheduled Smart 1:1 events via Google Calendar

You can edit details of any scheduled Smart 1:1 event, and Reclaim will honor those changes.
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Skip a Smart 1:1

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Disable or delete a Smart 1:1

If you're deciding to take a break from your 1:1, you can opt to disable it—or delete it if you no longer plan to meet.
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