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Hello all,

Another query re software/apps for scheduling/time sheets for grounds maintenance. We used Jobber for a couple of years but found it had some limitations for the way we work/internet connection in west of ireland. Has anyone used the G Suite and Google Calendar for this?

Thanks,

Kathleen

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  • Google calendar for me works well but looking for automated invoice system, looked at jobber still deciding.
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    I just use my phone calendar and my head normally if I'm honest. I know my route inside out though it's only new clients that have to make a space for that makes things awkward.
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