This is useful for a great many number of scenarios. I can see in business that this would be useful, of course.
In education, especially higher education, students often work as partners or groups, and so this is something that will definitely be useful to educational customers. (As opposed to dentists, doctors, etc., who are probably only seeing individuals typically.)
@Ben I actually have a follow-up question based on what @keith mentioned in another post, that you can directly edit the calendar event, for instance for duration and timing, and YCBM will detect the change.
If I add a person directly to the calendar event, will YCMB correctly know that this person should be sent, for instance, the reminder email with Zoom link?
Fantastic, thank you so much for letting me know all the events you listen for changes on!
I don’t have an urgent need to allow participants to be added this way, but it could be a possible future feature. It seems to be inline with your apparent goal to make everything seem magical to the user