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Offset start-times in Google Calendar

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Offsets start-times by default when adding a Google Calendar event, using a user-configured number of minutes.

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Publisher: christopher.x.gerber
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What is Offset start-times in Google Calendar?

Offsets start-times by default when adding a Google Calendar event, using a user-configured number of minutes..

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Want to start all of your meetings at 5 minutes after the hour by default? That's what this extension does! It offsets start-times by default when adding a new event in the Google Calendar web UI, using an offset you configure (default 5 minutes). Works with the Speedy Meetings setting in Google Calendar too, so you can leave some room before and after your meeting. Back-to-back meetings are draining; give your attendees time to eat! Installing: After adding the extension, you need to refresh your Google Calendar page in order for it to work

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The latest version of Offset start-times in Google Calendar is available on the Chrome web and is currently being used by 3,000 active users. The initial version was launched on 2023-03-30.

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HOW TO INSTALL Offset start-times in Google Calendar FROM A CRX FILE

  1. Download Offset start-times in Google Calendar CRX file
  2. NOTE: Sometimes the browser may block downloading / installing CRX file from outside the Chrome Web Store. If so, you may need to download the ZIP file instead
  3. In the URL bar, go to chrome://extensions
  4. Enable Developer mode
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