Calendly for Chrome

Schedule meetings without leaving your inbox

#4 Product of the DayJanuary 10, 2018

Calendly takes the work out of connecting with others so you can accomplish more. With the new Calendly for Chrome extension, you can add meeting times directly to an email and even override your current schedule—all from your inbox.

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Oh my god. Is this the Sunrise replacement I've been searching for? 🙏😻🔥🙏
Slick! I'm a fan of Calendly and have used it for scheduling office hours in the past.
I use Calendly multiple times a day and it's become a vital part of our sales stack at Dopamine Labs. This is the one feature that I have been begging for. 🎉🎉🎉🎉
Hey there hunters! 👋🏻 Courtney from Calendly here. Today, we are very excited to release our brand new Chrome extension. As you know, Calendly events are great for standard meetings, but sometimes you may want to send only a few, specific time slots to an invitee or even override your current schedule. Now you can! With Calendly for Chrome, you never have to leave your inbox. - Access your individual and team event links from your browser toolbar and add them to an email in just a few clicks. If you're an admin, enjoy quick access to your teammates' links too. - Create ad hoc meetings and embed specific meeting times directly into Gmail - Override your schedule for certain meetings when you want to offer more availability Best of all, you can download Calendly for Chrome for free from the Google Chrome store today!
@courtneyattebery Hey, do you plan to release it as a web tool for people who don't use Chrome for example? 🙏🏼
@courtneyattebery @troblous Hi Yann, can you tell me a little more about your workflow? Specifically, I'm curious about the email client or tool where you are hoping to schedule meetings from, and your preferred browser. We're certainly exploring more ways for people to be able to use the tool :)
@courtneyattebery @chairmanhu Safari on macOS. I'm using the default macOS mail app (or DejaLu, it depends) and i'd love to be able to paste links just like I used to do with Sunrise.
@courtneyattebery @troblous To clarify, the core feature you're referencing from Sunrise is the ability to paste availability spots/links directly into your email (which in this case is the Mail or DejaLu app)?
@courtneyattebery @chairmanhu Yes, the "Meet" feature from Sunrise.
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