How do I set up Reminders for Events?

How do I set up Reminders for Events?

You have the ability to set up reminders for calendar events as long as your calendar notifications are turned on in your "My Settings"
To turn on a reminder per event:
  1. Click on "Add a reminder"
  2. Select whether you want to be notified via text, email or Zola Suite popup notification
  3. Select when you want to receive the reminder
  4. Save your event.

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