Virtual Calendar Tutorials for Appointment Scheduling

by Niclas Marie

Utilizing virtual calendars can be a great way to stay organized, stay on top of appointments, and keep track of meetings. New technologies even allow users to sync up their virtual calendars with their cell phones or PDAs, so staying on track is easier than ever. From the classic Microsoft Outlook and Apple's iCal to the web-based Google calendar, virtual calendars and appointment scheduling software are perfect for businesses and individuals alike.

Microsoft Outlook Tutorials

Microsoft Outlook has perhaps the most popular meeting and business calendar around. It's easily synced with other calendars, and is known for its ability to be easily shared with colleagues and clients. The application includes email, calendar, a task manager, a journal, and much more.

iCal Tutorials

iCal is the calendar software that comes standard with Apple computers. It can support many different calendars and can easily be synced with calendar software and smartphones (particularly Apple's iPhone). It offers many features including alarm notifications, multiple calendar views, and the ability to add meetings and appointments via SMS.

Google Calendar Tutorials

Google Calendar is one of many new, web-based calendar applications. Since it's owned by Google, it syncs up seamlessly with other applications in their suite of products. Because it is web-based, it's accessible from virtually anywhere.

Syncing Support

Most virtual calendars can be synced with each other and with smartphone calendars. They can also be set up to share with offices and colleagues. While most of the syncing support comes from the companies who manufacture the programs, these tutorials can be of help.


About the author

is the founder and CEO of TimeCenter Online Scheduling and lives in Helsingborg, Sweden. He loves to code beautiful and simple web apps, and occasionally enjoys a game of blitz chess.






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