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Best meeting schedulers?

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In the past I would simply send people my Google Calendar and have them schedule a meeting with me there but it seemed to get a tad confusing so I switched to Calendly. I loved it but then realized the version I was using was not free. So I'm back to square one and really need some suggestions on the best free meeting schedulers? Any suggestions?


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Paul Murskov
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assistant.to is my goto here. Its free and is a plugin right into gmail. no premium upgrades, no restrictions, easy to use. Try it out!
Michael Masello
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x.ai is interesting and worth a look, though they're currently in beta with a waiting list
Zhenya Rozinskiy
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Partner at Agile Fuel
What's preventing you from simply giving 'view' rights to others on your calendar and let them send invites?
Terry Cutler
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Terry Cutler Entrepreneur
I help secure any size business from hackers and other cyber threats saving them thousands of dollars in legal fees
Hi missy, I've been using youcanbook.me and links directly into my google calendar. Check out my link below *Book an online meeting with me at https://tcutler.youcanbook.me *Be sure to connect with me Http://www.terrycutler.com Http://www.InternetSafetyUniversity.com Http://Twitter.com/terrypcutler Http://www.facebook.com/CyologyLabs
Ian Homer
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Ian Homer Entrepreneur
Coach To Executives and Business Owners
Timetrade. It's not free but incredibly cheap. You pay a yearly fee and you can do lots with it. Check it out.
Md. Shihab Uddin
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Full Stack Entrepreneur| Helps SaaS Startups Go Lean| HBX Grad
I use Youcanbook.me ?
Jason Mathew
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Product Analyst at CEB TalentNeuron
Going to make a shameless plug: for Outlook calendars, I'd suggesthttp://www.timeteller.us/. TimeTeller allows users (on a MS Exchange Server) to propose and communicate their overlapping availability to external stakeholders.

For Google Calendars, I preferhttp://boomerangcalendar.com/, as it provides an extremely intuitive process for selecting and proposing calendar availability. The only draw back is that unlike TimeTeller, it can't be used for multiple individuals within an organization.
Charlene Li
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Missy: I've tried pretty much everything out there and then bit the bullet and started using Calendly again. I absolutely love it and at $100/year, it's a bargain.

More importantly, the people I interact with LOVE it. It gives them the impression that I have my act together and gives them confidence that the meeting will happen.

I do ask for an agenda, contact information so that there's no going back on forth.

My only pet peeve is that it can't tell when I'm in town or not. So in-person meetings still need to be handled by a person.
Anastasiya Savelyeva
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Well, I use Google calendar. But there's an app called TimeTrade. I didn't use it, my colleague did. She would send me her calendar where I could see the days and time she was available for a meeting. I liked the interface, everything was simple and clear.
Maybe you should check that one out. However it is paid, but I can't tell the price.
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