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Gonebusy for Slack
A natural language Google Calendar integration for Slack

Gonebusy for Slack allows you to easily book and manage your Google Calendar events using natural language commands

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Ben Tossell
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Charlie Coppinger
I've just come across Kin Calendar - it looks like they picked up where Sunrise left off. I'm keen to try it as I think it might be exactly what I'm after, but unfortunately, they're invite-only for the time being so I'll have to wait until I have a chance to test it out. Otherwise, to my surprise, it doesn't seem like there are many strong contenders in the… See more
Stefan Theofilos
It's web only as of this posting but a Mac app is in the works to my knowledge.
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On of the latest addition to the apps in Mailbird is the new Kin Calendar. Since Sunrise was bought by Microsoft, Kin Calendar was develop to fill that void and although it's not on the same level ...
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Anne-Laure Le Cunff
If you're using Google Calendar, it already has a task management system integrated inside the web app. They're now called goals, as they are more flexible, and placed intelligently in your calendar at a time you're likely to be able to complete the task.
Anne-Laure Le Cunff
That's exactly what Goals in Google Calendar does. Choose how often you'd like to do something, and it will auto-populate your calendar with sessions when you have free time.
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