How to set aside time for meetings using hold events
Front's scheduling links (accessible from the Calendar), make it easy to pick potential meeting times on your calendar and send them over to someone you're trying to meet with. But once you've sent over those time suggestions, conflicts can arise if a coworker adds an overlapping meeting to your calendar or if you forget that you've suggested a certain time and book over it. That's where the hold events setting comes in handy. When you create a scheduling link, look for the Hold Events setting in the "Availability and Calendar Settings" section:
When hold events is turned on, Front will automatically create hold events on your calendar to block off the meeting times you've chosen. And to prevent clutter on your calendar, Front can even remove the hold events when the meeting is eventually scheduled. With hold events, your calendar is always in sync with your scheduling.