[nabs-l] Google Calendar

minh ha minh.ha927 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 1 00:39:05 UTC 2015


Hi Julie,

I would recommend using the Google Calendar app on your phone as it's
the most accessible. I keep all of my appointments and deadlines for
school and work in the app, and if my supervisor sends me a calendar
update, it'll automatically sync to the phone. I haven't really messed
around with the site to see how accessible it is with Jaws, but from
what I have observed, viewing/adding appointments to the calendar is
pretty manageable, if a little clunky.

HTH,
Minh

On 11/30/15, Julie McGinnity via nabs-l <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I am wondering if/how you can use Google calendar.  I am starting some
> work and will need to use it to keep my schedule.  I have looked up
> some of the accessibility info...  But I want to know how usable it is
> with Jaws.  Would it be better to cync the calendar with my iPhone?
> Advice, experiences, criticisms, tips...  Throw them at me.  Thanks,
> and happy Monday.
>
>
>
> --
> Julie A. McGinnity
> President, National Federation of the Blind Performing Arts Division,
> Second Vice President, National Federation of the Blind of Missouri
> "For we walk by faith, not by sight"
> 2 Cor. 7
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Minh Ha
Boston College | Lynch School of Education '16
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