How to Use Calendar Invites
Being smart about your calendar invites will make you look considerate and organized — and help you stay on schedule, of course.
Book Appointments through Your Website
Stop sending emails and playing phone tag to set your appointments. Use one of these apps instead.
YouMail and TouchBase Enhance Your iPhone’s Native Calendar and Voicemail
iPhone apps YouMail and TouchBase enhance the calendar and voicemail functions, making it easier to stay organized.
Should Public Courts Publish Court Calendars on their Web Sites?
At Credit Slips, Melissa Jacoby wonders whether public courts ought to be required to publish court calendars on their web sites – and why they don’t, anyway.
The Art of Saying No
When we start saying “no” to things that don’t advance us professionally or personally, we take back control over our time.
Should Lawyers Use Getting Things Done (GTD)?
Implementing GTD might be a solid move, especially for lawyers and law firms that are finding they have issues staying on top of everything.
Pre-Vacation To-Do List
When you go on vacation, you can check out completely--or mostly, if you prefer--with a bit of preparation.
Stay Organized to Make Absences Easier
How staying organized can help attorneys manage unexpected absences.
Google Calendar Integrates with Gmail
Google calendar is now integrated into Google mail.
Buffers in Your Schedule Make Life Easier
Putting buffers in your schedule will make life less stressful.
Use a Calendar App to Manage Time in Law School
As you begin to hit the books for the new law school term, taking a few minutes to organize your calendar can save you precious time down the road.
Scheduling Made Simple
One new tool to remove some of the hassle from the scheduling process is Tungle, a free, web-based scheduling service that will allow you to schedule meetings via email with one or more participants at a time.
Google Calendar Rocks
Google Calendar is very user-friendly, and very good at helping you manage your days.