I am pleased to announce that there is a new version of Meeting Schedule Assistant available.
There are no new features as such. The reason this release is required is due to upgrades made to the Google and Outlook Calendar sync facilities.
You will find that you will have to re-authenticate the next time you perform a sync operation. This should be a one-off exercise.
Things were a little more complicated with Google Calendar. Google have rolled out some new protocols concerning how there API library is used.
Over the years I had been doing some background testing and had added the Contacts API. But I don’t actually use this within the utility so I have removed it.
If I did not comply with their changes my utility would have been blocked by March 15, 2019.
What You Need To Do
In simple terms, you need to upgrade. I need all users of Meeting Schedule Assistant to be using this edition as a minimum so that the sync tools you are using are the ones approved by Google.
Now, I am aware that there are some users who are not signed up MailChimp so they don’t get the newsletters. So please spread the word.
In due course I will also release Public Talks with the new sync tools. Please wait for an announcement.
Supported Operating Systems
- Windows 10
- Windows 11
Deprecated Operating Systems
These operating systems are no longer supported:
- Windows 7 (Service Pack 1)
- Windows 8.1
You can still download the last supported version of Meeting Schedule Assistant (which was 23.1.0) from here. But this version is no longer maintained. You are encouraged to use version 23.1.1 or higher.