When your days are not open for Julie to book meetings, the easiest option is to create all-day events for your absence, marked as “busy" to tell Julie that you are not available for meetings.
|Your situation||Create an all-day event with the name||Event status||Julie's behavior|
|You are on holidays||"Holidays"||Busy||Julie will not create events on these days|
|You are unavailable||“OFF”/ “OOO”/“Out of office”/ “not available”||Busy||Julie will not create events on these days|
How to create an all-day event
To understand how to create all-day event with a Google calendar, you can check our related article on how to create an all-day event with Google.
If you are using Outlook as your Calendar application for your Microsoft Exchange or Office365 account, you can check the following article on how to create an all-day event for Microsoft and this article to know all about our way of reading status of your Outlook calendar.
Finally, if you are with iCloud, explanations on how to create all-day event are in the linked article on how to create an all-day event with iCloud.