We’ve recently released some fixes to the ability to schedule a call which recurs every day, weekday, week or month. This may mean that some people who scheduled recurring calls in the past will suddenly receive new invitations in their email. If those invitations are not wanted, the organizer can simply cancel the call.
We’ve received questions about how recurring calls work. Here’s a more detailed explanation:
- When a user specifies that a Rondee will be recurring, we store that information away, but we do not create a bunch of invitations in the future. Each recurring Rondee has only one “live” invitation at any given time.
- When the conference concludes, we determine when the next scheduled version of the recurring call should take place. We then schedule another Rondee at that date.
This means that users can stop a recurring call simply by unchecking the “Make this a recurring Rondee” checkbox.