I was convinced set some time on the side was a correct, fairly common expression. However, I am now in doubt because I can't find it via Google phrase match search. Is it idiomatic English?

For example, one might say in a meeting invite,

I wanted to set some time on the side to discuss our Q2 plans.


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As others have pointed out in the comments, aside was likely the intended word. On the side usually means something in addition to ones current activities, such as a side hustle, or a freelancing gig.

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