Schedule A Meeting Or Send An Invitation Thru Gmail

Gmail is used for sending emails, attachments or links to others and we have already discussed how to manage Gmail for professional uses. Today we will show you how to send invitations thru Gmail to your friends and family or schedule a meeting thru Gmail.

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Add Google Calendar In Your Gmail Dashboard

When you start composing a mail thru Gmail’s ‘Compose Mail’ tab, you will see ‘Add event invitation’ field just beside the attachments option. Click on that and then you can provide details about scheduling a meeting or an appointment or for sending invitation. Options over there are something like:

Event – Details about the invitation ex. official meeting, wedding, appointment etc

Where – Location of meeting or wedding venue

When – Provide the from and to date for the event. You can set as an ‘All day event’ as well

Add Event In Emails On Gmail


Create Event and Now Ready To Go Thru Gmail


Event Sent With Mail.

Recipient of that mail will see the event and can choose from options to attend that or not. He can see his Google Calendar and then decide to attend the event.


Always try to fix appointments to avoid bad surprises and Gmail’s add event facility will help you in that way. Use Gmail feature of add events effectively for time and work load management.

Sanjeev Mishra is a professional blogger and an Internet Marketing Consultant based in India. He has built the Internet Techies to provide you updates in technology and web application area.
  • Chris

    Is there a way to see invite updates or accepted invites. I am not seeing any record of these events in my Sent box, though Gcalendar indicates briefly that I’ve sent an update or accepted. thanks.

  • Great tool BUT how do I (working on Australian Eastern Standard Time) sync my calendar invites and acceptances with time-zones of other international locations?
    I have just sent a Google calendar event invitation via my Gmail account to record an interview with Bob Etheridge, Event Director of Social Media Plus Summit at 5pm his local time in Philadelphia to correspond with my local time of 8am the next day in Melbourne, Australia.