As a business professional who takes a lot of meetings, calls, onsite visits, etcetera... I'd love some recommendations from cheap/free ways to stay organized with your schedule outside of email-based apps (Google cal, Outlook cal, et cetera. Bonus points if I can send invites/allow other users to input free times.
- Beth Hudson made this productFor scheduling interviews and such, specifically, Recruitee is an ATS that allows you to sync with your own calendar! It also allows for unlimited users, so you can source and schedule with the whole team.
- Maybe it does not match the whole spec described by Naveen Kailas, but I hope it covers the "Bonus point": Doodle allows to find out best time that suite group of people to have a meeting/event. I use it very often for deciding when is the best to have drinks with team for instance :)
- Gavin Jones made this productHi Naveen, I don't think this suggestion will be what you are expecting but I think this fits with the "stay organised with your schedule" aspect. There are loads of apps for scheduling and calendars, of which I would recommend Doodle above. But you might want to check out our app that has just launched if you have lots of meetings and want your schedule to stay on track. As you said you were looking for "cheap/free ways", I would be glad to offer you (or maybe your admin assistant / meeting facilitator) a promo code so you can get MeeTime for free. Let me know - email@example.com 😀
- 1SuperSaaS Online Appointment SchedulingIf you're looking for a few or low cost app with loads of features in the free version then I definitely recommend trying out SuperSaaS. May take sometime to setup but it offers some amazing powerful features like creating pricing rules, automatically coordinating multiple schedules, etc. in addition to the normal features like sending customized automated email/SMS reminders, syncing with external calendars, etc.