I'm Free FYI

The fastest way to book a meeting without signup

I'm Free allows for easy meeting planning: select times you are free and send the availability link to your invitee. After the invitee selects one of the green times on the calendar, you're booked! You will both receive a calendar invite via email.
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4 Reviews3.8/5
This looks promising, but I don't get how I get to the calendar view? And it would be great to have more time zones for us Europeans.
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@stefanfis Thanks for the feedback! You get to the calendar view after you give your email and click "set availability" on the home page. Let me know if you have any more questions. Happy to help. :)
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@stefanfis As for adding European Timezones, will definitely add it to our list of feature requests for the next release.
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@karthik_k1 Oh, now I got it. The slider sets the time frame for the meeting and later on I can choose the days. But when I want to offer one time slot in the morning and one another day in the afternoon, I have to set the slider from 9am to 5pm. This looks somewhat confusing to me. I'd first let the users choose their possible time slots, with the slider and then ask for name and mail just before creating the events.
@karthik_k1 @stefanfis Hi, the slider does determine the possible timeslots. Once you are on the calendar you can select times you are free in the morning / night in different days. Was this unclear / any suggestions to improve ?
@karthik_k1 @scheuercharles To me it looks counter-intuitive to first select a time frame and then the days. While visiting your first page (the one with the slider) I won't get what your service is all about. Your core offering is to easily choose time slots that I would offer to people that want to meet with me. So as the very first thing I'd expect a simple view where I could choose time slots. But I only get this view after having used the slider and entered my name and mail address. Perhaps it's only me and I'm too stupid to understand. Did you do some UI tests with people who did not know your project before? Your application will only succeed when the UI is extremely simple and everyone will get it at once.
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Love the minimalistic design and onboarding experience. Great product 👍
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@lachlankirkwood Thanks for the feedback :)
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How does this compare to Calendly, @karthik_k1?
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@rrhoover Hey Ryan, Thanks for checking out our launch! We think this is a slightly different use case than Calendly: users don't signup and it is more geared towards one off events. Our goal was to provide a simple and intuitive experience on both mobile and desktop. Our product can't be used as an alternative to Calendly due to the lack of features, but if there is interest and demand then we will prioritize on our roadmap and deliver more features like the group scheduling offered by whenisgood.net. For the moment, we think of this as a humble first stab at the meeting and scheduling products landscape. :)
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One point of feedback, at first I didn't realize that you can change the time slots because the options of length are up so high. Might just be me, but just wanted to pass it along!
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@grahampark Thanks, will consider this in next iteration.
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Does it have a group scheduling capability or is it simply for 1-1 meetings? I’m looking for a new tool for easy group and 1-1 meeting time scheduling.
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@khw77 Hi Kimberly. Thanks for your feedback! At the moment, we have only 1-1 meetings. But we hear you. Group scheduling is coming soon.
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