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Join meetings on time, in one click.

 

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Introducing notifications for upcoming meetings on Aerotime's Mac app.

  • Comes just before the meeting, you can't miss it.
  • One click to join the meeting link.
  • Two clicks to say you're running late.


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Intentional Mornings with Aerotime

 

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Set an intention for the day, every morning with Aerotime.

You can see if the tasks and meetings align with your goals. If they don't, you have an option to reprioritize tasks to match your intention.

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Task visibility settings for your team

 

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  • Now you can choose to make your tasks public or private. This helps your team understand what you're busy with and avoid double booking. This setting applies to two places.

    • New Meeting
      • Public task visibility: When someone from your company is trying to book a meeting with you, they can see your task names in the calendar grid.
      • Private task visibility: In this case, they can only see that you're busy. No task details are visible.
    • Slack (only applies when you have integrated Slack with Aerotime)
      • Public task visibility: At the time of your scheduled task, your status will show that you're busy and your task name will appear. Your Slack notifications will be snoozed if the task is in your focus time.
      • Private task visibility: At the time of your scheduled task, your status will show that you're in focus mode but the contents of your task will not be revealed. Your Slack notifications will be snoozed if the task is in your focus time.

Notes and scheduling options in tasks

 

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  • Now add notes to your tasks. This helps you add more details to a single task which enables you to:
    • Add links and docs to a specific task
    • Create a macro task that has smaller items that you want to schedule together
    • Add further notes

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  • Now you can schedule a task starting a future soft date. Helps you prioritize tasks while creating them.

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