Meetingbird Meet

The easiest way to schedule a meeting with anyone

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#5 Product of the DayJanuary 25, 2017


  • Pros: 

    biiiig time saver

    once configured, it takes seconds to set a meeting

    One click to create an event related to an email


    english version only, some of my french clients are a bit lost

    I can't let my client choose the duration for a meeting

    When you create an event from an email, it's a kind of magic : subject, message, all is set and the recipient of the email are automatically on the guest list !

    Clémentine Amsallem has used this product for one month.


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Kat ManalacHunter@katmanalac · Partner, Y Combinator
Scheduling meetings wastes a lot of time. Meetingbird Meet brings a new approach to the problem that makes scheduling meetings with anyone fast and simple.
Henry DornierMaker@henry_dornier · Co-Founder, Meetingbird
@katmanalac Thanks Kat! Hey Product Hunt! I'm Henry, a co-founder of Meetingbird. Launching Meetingbird on Product Hunt this past summer was incredible, so we're excited to be back to share Meetingbird Meet! Meet is a new, easier way to schedule meetings of any kind. We've all dealt with email chains to find a time that works, but newer scheduling tools that make you select time slots every time aren't much better. Meet makes scheduling a meeting with anyone (they don't need to have an account) as easy as sending them your personal Meet link (mine is Meet even supports group scheduling and preferences for blocked and preferred times. More about our vision for Meet here: Around all day for questions -- let us know what you think! Henry
Adithya Shreshti@adithya · Founder of Knowmad Life | Startuposphere
I have three words to say about this product "Brilliant and beautiful" The colours and the UI of this product are super pleasing to my eyes. Love it. @pdornier_ / @henry_dornier How does MeetingBird Meet compare in terms of features and pricing with other existing products like Calendly?
Henry DornierMaker@henry_dornier · Co-Founder, Meetingbird
@adithya @pdornier_ Thanks for the design feedback, Adithya! Great question. Firstly, Meet is completely free for everyone, as opposed to other solutions that are more expensive. But Meet is also different from existing products in a few ways: 1. There's no need to pick time slots that work every time you need to schedule a meeting. Meet automatically displays your availability based on your calendar events. All you have to do is send your link to someone. 2. Meet doesn't just work for 1:1s. You can add as many attendees as you'd like, and if they also have Meet, their availabilities will appear right alongside everyone else's, making it easy to find a time that works. 3. Meet is built into Meetingbird, a beautiful calendar with powerful features like notes and projects. There's no need to switch between your scheduling tool and your calendar. Hope that answers your question!
Adithya Shreshti@adithya · Founder of Knowmad Life | Startuposphere
@henry_dornier @pdornier_ Great to know. Thanks for the info :-)
Joe Kahn@josephwandile · Frontend Developer @ Final, Inc.
@henry_dornier @adithya @pdornier_ 2 and 3 are huge :)
João Santos@thejoaosantos · Growth Hacker @ Storyo
Absolutely loving this! Seamlessly integration with Google Calendar, add notes, projects, anonymous feedback about meetings. And the Meet part is great! Still missing some features of Google Calendar (to make me completely migrate to there) but looks great!
Henry DornierMaker@henry_dornier · Co-Founder, Meetingbird
@thejoaosantos Thanks for the feedback João! Would love to know which features of Google Calendar you'd like to see -- we're always building new features for Meetingbird.
João Santos@thejoaosantos · Growth Hacker @ Storyo
@henry_dornier as you get used to Google Calendar, you get used to some small UX of the platform. Some of them are really small but can be a hassle for people that are used to GCalendar: 1. Change events time by just drag and drop (move in time slots, or expand/reduce duration) 2. Quick edit on week view (GCalendar only allows you to change attendance) or event name 3. Big one: Add people to an event created on GCalendar. Seems to me that you need to go back to GCalendar to invite people to a specific event. Another cool feature: Notify guests with Meeting Agenda and Add attachments (links to Google Docs files) Hope it helped!
Paul DornierMaker@pdornier_ · Co-founder, Meetingbird
@thejoaosantos @henry_dornier Thanks for that feedback João. #1 and #2 are in the works, but #3 you can already do in Meetingbird by clicking on an event and then choosing "Add Participants" in the right sidebar. On another note, we know some people love their Google Calendar, so we built a chrome extension that allows you to access Meetingbird notes straight from there! Check it out here:
Gabriel Lewis@gabriel__lewis · 🤔
I'm always looking for a decent meeting planner, hopefully this one fills the bill. I love the design and color scheme.
Paul DornierMaker@pdornier_ · Co-founder, Meetingbird
@gabriel__lewis Awesome! Keep us posted on your experience with Meet and let us know if you have any questions or feedback.
Cory Bray@cory_bray · CEO, CareerSofia
Love the new product! Scheduling meetings is painful and the AI tools aren't ready for prime time...your product seems to be a great leap forward!