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Course Review: Google Calendar Essential Training

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Teacher: Jess Stratton
Length: 1h 42m
ProviderLynda.com (course link)

In the course Google Calendar Essential Training, Jess Stratton gives comprehensive training in Google Calendar, both the free and paid business option. Google Calendar is one of the big three calendar services in the west in modern time. It is also one of the numerous apps available with a Google account.
I have been a member of Google for many years and have made some use of Google Calendar during that time. This offered some familiarity with the free version going into the course. I did, however, learn a few new things over the span of the different modules.

The course material is targetted at newcomers to the product yet builds on the complexity over time until the student has a comprehensive understanding of Google Calendar and Google Calendar for Business. Jess Stratton never lingers on a subject for too long, giving just enough time for each topic. She also delivers the material in a conversational and friendly manner.
Though I was aware of the sharing functions, I had never used them before. After doing the course, I have considered ways in which I can make use of this function in order to share information with loved ones. I also found myself thinking of ways to use Google Calendar more effectively.

In conclusion, this course is a must for anyone looking to use Google Calendar for planning and organisation. If you have a google account and want to get more organised, then Google Calendar Essential Training is a great way to become familiar with the features that you’ll be using.

 

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