Looking for installation help? Head to Installing the Extension for Google Calendar.
- Robin account
With Robin's browser extension, bring smart office search and extra context about your spaces directly into Google Calendar. Once installed, a sidebar with extra information about the office will appear when creating or viewing events. If the event already has conference rooms invited, Robin will show details about the space automatically.
After installing the browser extension, sign in to start viewing available spaces within you organization's Robin account. You should only need to sign in once, or until you clear your browser cookies and/or local storage.
Download the guide Plugin for Google Calendar
Search for the room you need
Filter and search spaces without leaving your calendar. Begin by selecting the building (or buildings), and optionally pick a floor in the location you're searching. In addition to finding a room available when you need it, filter results by location (building or level), amenities, and space types.
Add a space to your meeting
Reserve a room for your meeting without leaving the event composer. Willing to adjust the schedule for the right room? Availability for spaces that match your search will allow you to select the time that works best. The time pills show options for different meeting times, which will adjust your event if you decide to meet later.
Jumping back to Google Calendar
When installed in Chrome, the R icon pops out the option to create a new event (bringing you right to Google calendar) or open the Robin dashboard.
A better look at your office
A few more things the browser extension is good at:
- "When's the next time this conference room is available?"
- "Will I have a whiteboard available in this afternoon's meeting?"
- "Are there any other spaces with video conferencing free right now?"
For more advanced tasks, the extensions also give a direct path to continue in Robin's web (and mobile) apps. Have something else you'd like to see the plugin bring into your calendars? We'd love to hear about it.