TimeToMeet Launches

December 9, 2006

One of my good friends, Greg H, runs zoo-m, and they’ve just launched TimeToMeet after its beta period. TimeToMeet is a beautifully done webapp that solves a simple, yet recurring problem: scheduling meetings or meet-ups with multiple people’s schedules. It integrates with Google Calendar, iCal and Outlook (and actually enables viewing Outlook and iCal calendars in Google Calendar as an added benefit) and doesn’t require your invitees to sign up – they just follow a link in an email.

One nice feature is the ability to set-up a “Personal Secretary” URL so others can schedule time with you of their own initiative; for example, mine is here. The application uses a “painting” metaphor for adding and removing time slots for which you are available. All in all, TimeToMeet really nails the simplicity / power balance, and does so while looking pretty great.

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One Response to “TimeToMeet Launches”

  1. newmw Says:

    Definitely nice program, thanks for the tip! Especially the fact that it integrates with the various other calendars. Just recently I came across this webbased app called Remember the Milk (www.rememberthemilk.com) which is more about geo-planning. Also nice to check out perhaps.

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