What's new in version 9.1?

In version 9.1, we introduced Exchange Calendar and Office 365 Calendar integrations in InviteOnce. We’ve also improved InviteOnce’s Google Calendar integration and released two-factor authentication for extra account protection.

Exchange and Office 365 calendar connection for InviteOnce

With InviteOnce, we now offer connection to both Exchange Calendar and Office 365 Calendar. New users will simply use their Exchange or Office 365 sign in credentials to connect via the Exchange Web Services API. If you are an existing user and already connected to Exchange or Office 365 via the EWS API, you will be able to use InviteOnce without taking any further action. Existing Office 365 Users currently connected via the OAuth protocol, will not be able to use InviteOnce without switching their connection to EWS. We recommend you consult with us before making this change. Learn more about connecting your calendar

Improved connection to Google Calendar with InviteOnce 

We’ve improved the robustness of our Google Calendar integration with InviteOnce. If you’ve previously tried to use InviteOnce and had trouble connecting, this has now been fixed. Learn more about connecting and configuring your Google calendar

Secure your OnceHub Account with two-factor authentication

Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of protection to your OnceHub Account by requiring entry of a one-time token in addition to your user name and password. The token is a six-digit verification code sent as an SMS to your verified mobile number. With two-factor authentication, even if someone knows your password, they won’t be able to gain access to your account. 

You can now easily set up two-factor authentication within your User Profile. Learn more about signing in with OnceHub two-factor authentication

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