What Are Appointment Slots in Google Calendar?

Appointment slots are a feature in Google Calendar that allow users to reserve blocks of time for meetings and appointments. When a user creates an appointment, they can specify a starting and ending time.

If the appointment falls within the next 24 hours, Google will automatically create a slot for it. If the appointment is more than 24 hours in the future, the user will need to create a slot.

When someone else creates an appointment within the same time period as one of your slots, Google Calendar will automatically move that appointment to your slot. If you have more than one slot open, Google Calendar will give priority to the earliest slot.

If you want to cancel an existing appointment, you can do so by clicking on the “Cancel” button next to the appointment’s time. You won’t be able to reschedule an existing appointment if it’s already in a slot.

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