Alternative products to Kin Calendar

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Kin Calendar

The simple and connected calendar

Kin Calendar is the simple and connected calendar

New Google Calendar

Google is launching a new look + new features for Calendar

Google Calendar is rolling out a new look for users. Click here to enable it on your person Google accounts (look for the "Use New Google Calendar" button on the top right). For company accounts, ask your admin to enable it✨

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Julien Reszka
Most of the events of the day are here anyways. You can even geolocate them too. Really simple and fast to use. The search feature is great.
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Julien Reszka
Most of the events of the day are here anyways. You can even geolocate them too. Really simple and fast to use. The search feature is great.
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because it's an upgrade!
TechCrunch
After a few years of sticking with essentially the same design, Google Calendar on the web is getting a makeover today. That means a fresh new color palette and a design in line with Google's Material Design scheme, but also - and more importantly - a responsive layout that smartly adjusts your calendar to the size of your browser window.
The Verge
Google launched a redesigned version of Google Calendar on the web today. The calendar looks way more modern with larger date icons, updated colors, and cleaner event boxes. It basically looks more like the mobile application. As for functionality, Google focuses on improvements for business users.
10 Alternatives to New Google Calendar

Sunsama organizes all the work you need to do each day in one place. It's like Trello + Google Calendar.

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Josh Sanabria- Designer and CEO at GoArchitect
I like it because I can plan out my days, weeks, and months. It helps to focus my mind.
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Takomborerwa- Software engineer
Good for organising daily tasks, setting deadlines and assigning tasks to a calendar, multiple checklists. It does exactly what it says If google calendar and Trello had a baby, its great
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MintyCMS- I'm a designer boi-o
Content list CALENDAR, not content list. This is, like stated, trello with a list for each day
11 Alternatives to Sunsama

Plan is a collaboration software that intelligently organizes projects, tasks and meetings from all the tools you and your team use: calendar, email, JIRA, Zendesk, Salesforce, and Github. Think of it like a work concierge. Currently, teams and individuals at Buzzfeed, Uber, Twitter and JP Morgan use Plan for a total of 20,000 monthly active users.

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Jonathan James- Always Reaching.
I'm using @getplanapp via https://getplan.co I see no point in using a "todo" app that isn't extremely comprehensive in it's feature offerings. - plan app integrates with my git repos -- plan app integrates with my calendar(s) --- plan app properly manages push notifications ---- plan app is on desktop, mobile, and web-browser
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Ari Rule- Writer, content marketer, Angel Investor
I love this tool for project management. It syncs with your Google Calendar, you can create projects, tasks, and drop them into the calendar as you go to make sure you're not forgetting anything. I love it!
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Nick Abouzeid- Words at Product Hunt ✌️
I've been using Plan since downloading the beta few months ago. For me, my suite of productivity apps needs to contain three things: email, scheduling, and a to-do list. Polymail takes care of email (quite well, might I add) & the "when are you free" link that Sunrise used to. For me, Plan fills the half left empty by Polymail. With a to-do list built… See more
TechCrunch
Today, we have a variety of apps to manage our days - calendars, task lists, reminders, notes, and more. But the apps don't always interoperate, and having the information in separate silos can make it hard to get a handle on how to properly manage our time, or how our tasks connect.
18 Alternatives to Plan 1.0
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