Rotations enables users to provide a list of names that should be rotated through in naming calendar events.
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Rotations enables users to provide a comma-separated list of names (people, teams, tasks, etc. For example: "Alice,Bob,Charlie") that should be rotated through in naming calendar events.

Any upcoming events (up to 100) with "INeedAName" in their title will be renamed. For each event, "INeedAName" will be replaced by the next name (or set of names) in the rotation.

You can optionally specify an email address to add as an attendee for each name in your rotation using a colon (",Bob,").

You can name events using a single name or groups of a specific size (e.g. round-robin pairs).

Rotation ordering can be predictable or shuffled.

Multiple rotations can be nested within each other by including "INeedAName" in the list of names. For example, if a president and vice president want to take turns writing memos, signing letters, and conducting interviews, you could rename events using "president / INeedAName,vice president / INeedAName" then "Write memos,Sign letters,Conduct interview". (The first 4 upcoming events originally named "INeedAName" would now be named "president / Write memos", "vice president / Sign letters", "president / Conduct interview", and "vice president / Write memos".)
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Rotations will need access to your Google account
This will allow Rotations to :
Run as a Calendar add-on
View and edit events on all your calendars
See your primary Google Account email address
See your personal info, including any personal info you've made publicly available
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merlin goulet
July 19, 2023
I just does not work, sad as it was the direct answer to one of my needs.
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