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How do you make the calendar functional for a working professional?

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So I've had my iPhone since Verizon allowed the pre-sales of it. I came from the BlackBerry world and at first I was smitten with my iPhone, but right now the lack of the following features will have me getting a new type of product, as soon as I can buy one at a reasonable price (10 months into my contract). From a personal standpoint this phone is great. From a business standpoint this phone is TERRIBLE.

Here's the things I'm needing to do with my calendar. Can someone please help so I don't hate my phone:

- How do you forward a meeting request if you are not the organizer of the meeting?
- When the phone number for a conference call is entered into the location field (the logical place), how do you easily click on the number to make a call? Right now I have to write it down or spend 5 minutes going back and forth to get the phone number and pass code correct.
- How do you mark a meeting private? When I'm on the go I need to be able to add appointments to my calendar but don't need everyone with access to my outlook calendar knowing that I have a GI appointment.
iPhone 4, iPhone OS 3.1.3, Verizon
  • doug@DNAproducts Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)

    There is an app that allows this - called Forward My Meeting.  It allows you to forward any meeting in your calendar from the iPhone or iPad.

     

    To easily dial numbers, there is a second app called Dial My Meeting that extracts the phone and code from the meeting invitation and dials it for you.

     

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