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Information and Technology Services (ITS)

M-Pathways Event Scheduling Enhancements

Effective June 17, 2010, improvements have been made to the event scheduling pages in M-Pathways.

New! System Enhancements

Where can I find out more?

Recurring Meeting Options

Schedule recurring meetings with weekly or monthly meeting patterns.

Delete single meetings within a recurring meeting pattern.

Enter an Event with a Single Meeting or Simple Recurrence Step-by-Step Procedure

New! Delete a Meeting Reservation Step-by-Step Procedure

Facility Schedule Options

View instructor and/or event ID information directly in the facility schedule.

Link to the Meeting Data Entry and View Schedule of Classes search pages from the facility schedule.

View Facility Schedule Step-by-Step Procedure

Automatic E-mail Notifications

Automatic e-mails are now sent to meeting requestors and meeting schedulers when a facility is requested or when the request status has changed from requested to approved, not available, or canceled.

Note: The automatic e-mail notifications also apply to following units that regularly upload scheduling information from local systems to M-Pathways:

  • Law School
  • Medical School
  • Museum of Art
  • Ross School of Business
  • School of Music, Theatre and Dance

If your unit appears in this list, you may receive automatic email notifications when users in another unit request the use of your rooms. The messages will be sent to the individual(s) designated as scheduling contact for your unit. The scheduling contact will need to respond directly to the person making the facility request by email or phone call or through M-Pathways.

Event Scheduling Quick Reference Sheet

Updated M-Pathways Event Scheduling Documents

For Assistance or Questions

Contact the Information and Technology Services Help Desk:
734-764-4357 (4-HELP)
itsadminhelpdesk@umich.edu
http://www.mais.umich.edu/online_help_desk/

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