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Schedule events straight from Fellow

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Written by Mikaela Friedrich
Updated over a week ago

You can schedule/create a meeting straight in Fellow which will then show up on your Google/Office calendar.

This feature is meant to reduce the friction felt when trying to take notes for a basic meeting, and eliminates the need to flip back and forth between Fellow and your calendar and wait for a sync to happen.


  1. To do so, click on the plus button at the top of the calendar in the Meetings section.

  2. This will open a window to create your event. Here you can:

    1. Add an event title

    2. Add a meeting purpose

      1. This will appear as the description in Fellow

    3. Date and time

    4. Recurrence

      1. This can be a weekly cadence, biweekly, etc. Or you can set a custom option

  3. When it comes to add participants, select the people you would like to invite to the meetings from the drop down. As you add participants, you will be able to view their calendar availability* and find a time that works for you.

    Note: this calendar is interactive - so you can click on the free space in the calendar and Fellow will adjust the time of the calendar event.

  4. Toggle on/off the option to Add video conferencing

  5. If you have multiple calendars connected to Fellow, you can also pick the calendar that you would this meeting to appear on.

  6. Press Save to Google or Outlook. And you're done! Invitees will also receive invitations to these events.

Once the event is created, you’ll automatically be redirected to the note for it, so that you can start planning out the agenda right away.

You'll see this even now on your Fellow calendar, and in your Google/Office calendar.

*If the person who you are scheduling an event with is not in Fellow you may/may not see their availability in the calendar view. If you use Google, you will be able to check if you have the right permissions by using the search box here.

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