Currently, when someone with an active Meetings link goes on vacation, the process of ensuring that no leads slip through the cracks is cumbersome. Meetings users can adjust their calendar availability, but in today's world, it's crucial to catch leads for demos and consults as soon as they're ready for them. If the only meetings available are for a couple of weeks out, companies can lose those leads.
If your Meetings link is embedded on landing pages, in workflow emails, email signatures, etc., it can be an incredibly manual process to update all of those links with a colleague's Meetings link and then revert them when you return from being OOO. It's also fairly manually to disconnect your own calendar from your meetings link and connect a colleague's calendar.
Instead, we should institute a feature that allows users to redirect traffic going to a certain Meetings link to another colleague's for a few days to a couple of weeks.
Note: This would be for teams that aren't normally using a round robin-style meetings link.
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