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Maximize Your Productivity: Integrating Lawcus with Gmail and Google Calendar
Maximize Your Productivity: Integrating Lawcus with Gmail and Google Calendar

Integrate Lawcus with Gmail & Google Calendar to automate emails, update events & meetings, & maximize productivity with this guide.

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Written by Harsimran Singh
Updated over a week ago

Maximize the functionality of your Lawcus account by seamlessly integrating it with Google's email and calendar services. This integration allows you to automate emails, update events and meetings, and more. Follow these steps to integrate your Lawcus account with Gmail and Google Calendar:

  1. Click on your avatar image at the top-right of your screen, and select Settings from the drop-down menu.

  2. In the Settings menu, expand the Apps & Integrations section.

  3. Select Email and Calendar.

  4. Here you'll find a list of successful integrations. Click the Enable button.

  5. Enter your email address, and click the Sign In button to be taken to your email service provider's sign-in screen.

  6. Select the desired account from the Google account sign-in screen, if you've previously signed in to the account, then tap Next.

  7. Click Continue.

  8. Check all the blank checkboxes, then tap Continue.

  9. Toggle the Enable email integration switch on.

Note: After toggling the switch, a new folder containing communication for each matter stored on Lawcus will appear in your Gmail inbox.

Enabling & Mapping Two-way Calendar

To ensure your events and meetings automatically sync both ways, you need to toggle the calendar switch and map your Google account calendar with Lawcus.

To enable and map the two-way calendar:

  1. Toggle the Enable two-way calendar integration switch.

  2. Tap the dropdown menu to select the Gmail account's calendar you want to map Lawcus to.

Note: If you tap the Update Calendar list button for whatever reason, you'd need to map your calendar again to keep it in sync with Lawcus.

Note: It's advisable to add events to the Lawcus calendar rather than third-party email and calendar accounts because changes reflect faster if done this way.

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