The easiest way to schedule group meetings

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LettuceMeet (https://lettucemeet.com) is the easiest way to schedule group meetings.

How it works:

1) Tell us when you'd like to meet

To start, select a range of dates (or a single day) for when you’d like to meet with your group.

2) Fill in your availability

Fill in your availability for the date(s) you selected, which will be shown to everyone else in your group. Protip: connect your Google Calendar and we'll suggest your availabilities!

3) Find a time that works best for everyone

Share a link to the Lettuce with your group and they’ll be able to fill in their availabilities. Once everyone fills it in, we’ll suggest the best times for your group to meet.


 +1 review
  • Kaivalya GandhiAspiring PM, Software Eng. @ UWaterloo

    Clean, easy-to-use and just works!


    Minimalistic feature set might not tailor to all use cases yet

    Love the punny name, timely as I have a bunch of groupwork coming up. Email Reminders/Updates could be a potential delighter, to see when people respond!

    Kaivalya Gandhi has used this product for one day.


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Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
At first I read "LettuceMeat", which is probably another alternative, sustainable food startup.
Hicham Abou-JaoudeMaker@hichamoaj · Co-Founder at LettuceMeet
@rrhoover that's a good idea in case we should pivot! 🥗
Ben Sterne@ben_sterne · Data Analyst
Pros: good simple solution, web app, free, user friendly, good color choices Cons: kinda a dad pun ;)
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@ben_sterne dad pun = a pro! 😂
Ben Sterne@ben_sterne · Data Analyst
@rrhoover Perfect segway to my project that launched today! https://www.producthunt.com/post...
Jay Myers@jasonnmyers · Director at Bold Apps
I think this is very smart and I know for sure a lot of times this would have come in handy for myself. I would have gone all the way with the pun though and called it “Lettuce Meat” 👌
Hasya ShahMaker@hasyashah
@jasonnmyers Thanks Jay! Definitely spent countless hours debating between LettuceMeet and LettuceMeat 😂. We hope you'll be able to use it in the future!
Michal Subel@michal_subel · Building digital products
I’m curious how it compares to Doodle. At first glance it’s way cleaner :-)
Soheil KoushanMaker@soheilk · Co-founder, LettuceMeet
Hi @michal_subel! Thanks for the question! With Doodle, the poll creator has to setup specific time blocks (e.g. 9am-10am, 10am-11am) for each day. This can be tedious to set up and problematic when your availability falls between multiple blocks (e.g. 9:30am-10:30am). On LettuceMeet, the creator doesn't have to setup time blocks (just a general range; e.g. 9am-5pm) and users can fill out their availability with more flexibility. We also show a calendar view by default which is easier to fill out than Doodle's table view, especially because we can overlay your Google Calendar in the background! Give it a shot and let us know what you think :)
Jonathan Yagel@jwby · VP of Partnerships @ Spire Labs
Upvoting for the name 🙌 ... But, also, looks like a great product! Well done!
Shrey KhoslaMaker@mrshreyk · Co-Founder at LettuceMeet
Haha, thanks @jwby!!