Meeting time planner

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Find the best suitable time for your virtual meeting

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Find the best suitable time for your virtual meeting

The time planner allows you to find the best suitable time for your virtual meeting based on the time zone of members and liaisons participating to the committee/working group in the Global Directory.

Warning

The time planner should be used as a guide to plan meetings. You will still be required to use your best judgement in choosing the most appropriate time taking into consideration any specificities related to your meeting and its participants

1 Click on Time Planner

2 Select a date and the committee

This step allows you to select a date and the committee/working group for which you want to plan the virtual meeting.

Please note

The drop-down list only displays structures for which you are allowed to create/manage meetings.

Best time for your meeting

The system retrieves the number of included and excluded potential attendees per hour. 

A participant is considered as included if the meeting falls within 07:00 to 19:00 of its local time. By default, the three best times are suggested based on the maximum number of included participants. 

Warning

The maximum number of included participants may not always be the best time for your meeting. You need to check the NSB/liaison attendance as some members may have many delegates/experts registered to your committee/working group.

It is up to you to choose the best time according to your meeting's specificities.

You can click on show all to view the attendance for each hour and click on the number to view the details of attendance. 

The detailed page shows you the name of the participant, its role, its organization, its membership, and finally the local time for this participant during the time selected.

Once you have found the best suitable time for your meeting, click on +Meeting to create your virtual meeting in ISO Meetings (see related article below).

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