x.ai for Individuals

AI scheduled meetings for smarter work days.

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Spend more time prepping for meetings and less time setting them up.

No apps. Nothing to download. Just CC amy@x.ai on meeting threads or /amy on Slack, and she’ll care for your calendar while you’re busy ✓getting ✓stuff ✓done. Amy and Andrew quickly respond to clients, contacts and new leads. 24/7. And they’ll never double book you.

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Sean Green
Sean Green@disruptart · Founder, ARTERNAL
Love this product @dennismortensen and his team are doing great things. As a startup, you need to be able to delegate and to be able to offload my meeting scheduling to Amy is an absolute blessing! Big kudos to them!
Dan Rubins
Dan Rubins@deleted-95502 · Co-founder @ Legal Robot
x.ai is an awesome product. Seriously, go sign up for it now.
Adam Marx
Adam Marx@adammarx13 · Freelance writer/editor and music addict
This is very cool :)
Spencer Yang
Spencer Yang@spenceryang · VP International, Cobo
How did the team come up with the pricing for the product? Will love to hear how you thought about that.
Dennis R. Mortensen
Dennis R. MortensenMaker@dennismortensen · CEO and Founder, x.ai
@spenceryang there's a good post on our pricing thoughts here: www.perfectprice.io/blog/outing-... BUT you can also think about it like this: Say you make $90,000 a year and schedule 8 meetings a week. Each meeting takes about 3.5 emails to negotiate. And you spend 5 minutes writing each scheduling related email. That’s 8 x 3.5 x 5 = 2.33 hrs/week or about 10 hrs/month spent scheduling meetings Your hourly rate is $90,000 (plus 40% tax and overhead)/1,800 (work hours in a year) = ~ $70/hr Which means you’re investing $700 every month into meeting scheduling. At that rate, $39/month seems like a bargain (or 1,700% ROI). I could be biased of course :)
Spencer Yang
Spencer Yang@spenceryang · VP International, Cobo
@dennismortensen Great answer and thought process. Thanks for sharing.
Jacob Bøtter
Jacob Bøtter@boetter · Founder, author, etc.
@dennismortensen @spenceryang Makes sense, especially if it really did manage all of my scheduling. After trying it out for a week, I've found that I needed to pay close attention to what was going on. One replied "let's have the meeting in week 41" and was given dates in a different week, someone else booked a breakfast meeting at time when the restaurant is closed. Things that wouldn't happen, if it was my FancyHands assistant (at roughly same price point). I really like what you're trying to do with x.ai and hope it will continue to get better, but for now it unfortunately won't be able to manage all of my scheduling. Also because a lot of it is not in English.
Spencer Yang
Spencer Yang@spenceryang · VP International, Cobo
@boetter @dennismortensen What languages do you wish they will support next?
Jacob Bøtter
Jacob Bøtter@boetter · Founder, author, etc.
@spenceryang @dennismortensen It's not really a request, as my mother language is Danish and I always expect software to pick it up very late, Siri doesn't even fully understand it yet :-)