We know that despite the best intentions, meetings don't happen if they don't get on the calendar! As part of the 1:1 setup process, you will have the option to enable calendar event invitations for each of your 1:1s.

If enabled, Uptick will automatically create a recurring calendar event for you, sent to both manager and team member.


Enable (or remove) calendar events in the 1:1 setup

When setting up or editing a 1:1, calendar events can be enabled on the scheduling step.

For a new 1:1, the scheduling step is the last step, and calendar events are "enabled" by default. Click the dropdown menu and select "remove calendar event" if you don't want to use the calendar events.

For existing 1:1s, on the My 1:1s page click on a team member's name and choose "Edit" from the Actions menu to open up the 1:1 setup. The scheduling step is the second step. Choose "enabled" or "remove" from the dropdown menu.

Once the 1:1 has been created, or edited, a recurring calendar event is automatically generated and sent to both manager and team member in your native calendar system.

There are two links included in the calendar event description:

  • Go to 1:1 links to the 1:1 on the My 1:1s page.

  • Reschedule this meeting or modify recurring schedule redirects the manager to the 1:1 setup page to modify the schedule. If a team member clicks this link, it redirects them to Uptick with a popup window notifying them that they need to ask their manager to reschedule the meeting.


Using connected calendar events – changing the 1:1 meeting schedule

If you are using connected calendar events and you’d like to change the schedule of a 1:1 it must be changed in Uptick by the manager, or the connection will break and the calendar event will not be updated for the team member. Simply changing it on your calendar will not update the meeting in Uptick or send an update to the other recipient.

Rescheduling a single 1:1 meeting

Managers can reschedule a 1:1 by either clicking the reschedule link in the calendar event, or choosing "Reschedule" from the Actions menu on the My 1:1s page. An updated calendar event for that meeting will automatically be generated by Uptick and sent to both manager and team member.

See Reschedule a 1:1 meeting

Updating the recurring meeting schedule

When a manager updates the schedule for a 1:1 (day, time, frequency, duration), then an updated calendar event invitation is sent to both users. If there is a history of calendar events, the past events will not be changed.


Important notes on calendar functionality

  • The “propose a new time” option from the calendar is not currently supported

  • Skipping a 1:1 meeting in Uptick will not remove the corresponding calendar event. You will need to delete the event from your calendar.

  • If a calendar event invitation is declined, that reply is not sent to the manager or team member because the calendar events are managed by a no-reply email address. If there is a schedule conflict, managers and team members should communicate directly and not use the calendar event as your sole communication method.

The above functionality with calendars may require authentication with your native calendar system (Google, Outlook, etc.). To make sure you have connected your email to Uptick, check the Integrations page in Uptick to make sure your email is verified. If not, click the button to verify your email.

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