Doodle is a great tool for collecting a group's availability for scheduling events. Curious to see what web alternatives exist that I'm not aware of.
- Calendly is my favorite. The design is simple and the free plan is likely sufficient for most.
- Soheil Koushan made this productInstead of going through the hassle of preselecting time blocks, LettuceMeet lets everyone add their availability on a calendar grid and then easily see the slot that best overlaps. It's very simple but works super well! Also integrates with Google and Outlook calendar so you can see your events when adding your availability.
- I've been using Woven a ton lately. Things that it does awesomely: 1 - 1-off scheduling links (like Calendly) but built into your calendar 2 - Group polling (like Doodle) but built into your calendar. 3 - Multiple account syncing (for multiple google accounts) 4 - One-click scheduling via iMessage makes text collaboration easy. Power users can probably tell you a lot more, but the scheduling links alone make it a killer app.Woven gives you everything in one place, so instead of managing multiple platforms for different aspects of calendaring, I can do everything in Woven.
- Q-it takes all of the back-and-forth out of scheduling. It automatically checks everyone's schedule and figures out the best time to meet. Check out the google chrome extension http://bit.ly/Qit_chromeAmazing app, perfect to schedule meetings faster
- Timothy Campos made this productTHE best calendar on the market bar none. Saves me tons of time scheduling
- If you're looking for free, powerful and cost-friendly alternatives for online scheduling then try SuperSaaS. Great for one on one scheduling, group scheduling, offering services, managing multiple connected schedules, managing multiple resources and so on. It offers very powerful features, especially complex pricing rules, ability to customize it, has an API and much more. Give it a try,with the indefinite time free version they have.