This is where google calendar is not bloated enough. You can not "show" an
agenda on the calendar or through the pop up .You have to add it in the
description, or as an attachment, which you can only see if you edit the
You used to be able to embed html code as the title of the event to create
a hyperlink to a document, but that was "fixed" a few years ago. There are
other calendars, or other means of scheduling events.

You could use google keep to make your agenda and set a data, and set the
reminders to send out an email to those in attendance.

You could also use google plus events, this works really well.

Google has been focusing their attention on the calendar app for mobile
devices and have neglected the old desktop app. It appears as though when
google plus changes face/goes away, they will tie inbox, keep, and calendar
into one amazing tool. It probably won't be available for schools for a
while though. Currently inbox, and keep work awesome together.

For now, you can only access calendar event information from the "edit

On Wed, Jun 3, 2015 at 1:31 PM, Campbell, Jean <[log in to unmask]>

> We create agendas in Google Doc and then link the doc in the calendar
> event description.  You just click on the link and open the agenda document.
> Jean Campbell
> CESU Technology Support
> 211 Browns Trace
> Jericho, VT 05465
> 802-858-1726
> On Wed, Jun 3, 2015 at 9:44 AM, Russell Gregory <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> My Principal wants to attach agendas to google calendar events.  You can
>> do this now, but is there a way to make that easy to see without having to
>> edit the event?
>> Any advice or recommendations gladly accepted!
>> Rusti
>> --
>> Russell Gregory
>> Technology Integration Specialist
>> Swanton Elementary School <>
>> 24 Fourth Street
>> Swanton, VT 05488
>> (802) 868-5346 x270
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