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My wife and I coordinate calendars using wifi only. We both have iPod Touch devices (I also use a Kindle Fire tablet), and coordinate using Google Calendar. Changes on a handheld device are synchronized when the network is available. We find it most convenient to have "his", "hers", and "ours" calendars. We each keep our own calendar, and anything we need ...


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If you and your wife have smartphones that can use wifi, you can sync your calendars over wifi despite having no data plan. Those calendars would then remain available to you when you are away from wifi (just, as you mentioned, no longer guaranteed to be synced). There would be no fees involved for this capability, beyond acquiring the smartphones (or ...


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My solution is to use google calendar for this, as it allows you to set time zones or leave an appointment time-zone free to automatically adjust to your current time. see this FAQ for details Once you're using google calendar, there are tons of calendar apps for all devices and platforms that work, plus the very decent web interface it provides.


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If I am understanding your question and all the comments, you want to have some appointments that adjust for the local time when you change time zones, and others that are always at the same fixed hour of the day, no matter what time zone you are in. Outlook doesn't do that. See ...


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Outlook certainly does have a time zone function. You haven't said what version of outlook you are using. I am currently on 2010 so this is the set-up for this version (older versions will be similar - though lacking the ribbon pre-2007) If you set up your appointment, on the ribbon next to recurrence there is a globe with 'time zones' underneath. Hit ...


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Doodle offers options for 1:1 scheduling. But I don't know if it can extract information from Google Calendar. BookMe: Accept customer appointments online. For consultants, beauty salons, therapists or hair dressers. MeetMe: Accept personal appointments online. Show your friends and colleagues your availability. see http://www.doodle.com/


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Google Calendar has an embedding option without extraction, with live updates, just as you want. Go to your calendar. In the calendar list on the left, click the down-arrow next to the calendar you want to embed, and select Calendar settings; Scroll down the page and copy the iframe code displayed in the Embed This Calendar section; If you want to change ...


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I think you can give Google Docs a try. Google has been integrating it well into Gmail and other services very well lately and it is expected to get even better as time progresses.



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