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11 Online Meeting Planners

Online scheduling sites offer a simple way to schedule your next meeting. Pick your range of dates on the app’s calendar, then notify the other meeting attendees so they can pick the dates that work for them. View the responses, and you’re done. No more wasting time searching for a time to meet.

Here is a list of meeting planner sites. Some of these planners are feature-rich applications to schedule a variety of meetings. A few even offer mobile app versions. Other planners are simple, easy-to-use tools, ideal for quickly assembling your get-together. All of these tools are free.

Flexvite

Flexvite.

Flexvite.

Flexvite is a social tool for scheduling. Create a timeframe for your meeting. As people receive their invitations, they can vote on the best time, see how others have voted, and leave comments. Once a winner is chosen, everyone is notified.

ScheduleOnce

ScheduleOnce.

ScheduleOnce.

ScheduleOnce is for scheduling appointments, one-on-one meetings, activities and group meetings. People click your personal link to see when you’re available and send you invitations. Propose multiple times to people. Invitees can select a preferred time. No registration required. No double-bookings. ScheduleOnce integrates with Google Calendar and Gmail.

Doodle

Doodle.

Doodle.

Doodle lets you propose several dates and times to the attendees and see all the responses at a glance. Start and answer meeting requests directly in the calendar interface. No registration required. Mobile apps available on iPhone and Android.

Needtomeet

Needtomeet.

Needtomeet.

Needtomeet is a simple scheduling app with a nice design. Create a meeting using the simple calendar interface. Schedule one-time or recurring meetings. Send your links to your group, and see at a glance which times work best.

Tungle

Tungle.me.

Tungle.me.

Tungle lets you propose multiple meeting times to others. If they want to meet with you, direct them to your profile page to see your availability and send you meeting requests. Tungle prevents double-bookings and connects to your existing calendar. Mobile apps available on iPhone and BlackBerry.

WhenIsGood

WhenIsGood.

WhenIsGood.

WhenIsGood is another bare-bones scheduling app. No registration required. Click the grid for the times that are good for you. Email the link to your invitees. They click on when they are free. Visit your results page and see when everyone can do.

TimeBridge

TimeBridge.

TimeBridge.

TimeBridge coordinates everyone’s calendars and confirms the best time automatically. Propose the times that work for you, attendees specify the times they prefer, TimeBridge juggles everyone’s schedules and picks the best time to meet. TimeBridge sends out automated email and SMS reminders. Check group availability at a glance. Get a centralized web page for each meeting to build an agenda and control your meeting. Mobile app available on iPhone.

Congregar

Congregar.

Congregar.

Congregar is a simple, easy-to-use scheduling tool. Create a new event to schedule and pick the range of dates from which attendees choose. Then send the link to meeting participants.

Presdo

Presdo.

Presdo.

Presdo claims to be the world’s fastest scheduler, due to its streamlined design. Schedule meetings by proposing one or more times to guests, keep track of everyone’s replies, and confirm the final time. Integrates with Google Calendar.

Diarised

Diarised.

Diarised.

Diarised is a quick and simple online tool to help you pick the best time for a meeting. Enter the details of your meeting with times and guests, and have Diarised send out the emails. Once the invitees have chosen their preferred meeting dates, Diarised will give you a summary of the best dates for you to choose from. All meeting invitees will be sent an email confirming the chosen date and time

MeetWithAgenda

MeetWithAgenda.

MeetWithAgenda.

MeetWithAgenda lets you suggest meeting dates and times from a calendar, find the availability of your participants, and select the final invitation. Create an agenda for the meeting to keep everything on track. Enter the minutes of the meeting to share.

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Comments ( 4 )

  1. jenn June 16, 2014 Reply

    There is a new meeting planner optimised for smartphones. It’s https://dozz.io

  2. Heather October 16, 2014 Reply

    Great article. For business owners looking for a system to schedule meetings with clients, something like https://www.bookmycity.com/ might be more complete.

  3. Rasmus March 23, 2015 Reply

    Great overview!
    I recently created http://www.spinduty.com for scheduling recurring events where someone has to accept a task, e.g. host the meeting or bring cake to the meeting. The site asks participants in an order that ensures fair workload.

    • Sheree May 29, 2015 Reply

      Meeting planners and appointment software are really starting to grab businesses attention.

      There is such a demand for online appointment booking software and meeting planners in the health, wellness and fitness space that we are going to see not only a shift in the B2B space but in consumer demand with wanting to book their appointments online, including classes and workshops.

      Here at Mystro we are in the process of creating just that for appointments, classes and workshops. Down the track we also intend to introduce courses and events online booking as well. It’s all very exciting.

      You can find out more about Mystro and what we are up to at https://www.mystro.co and chat further with our support team about how you can grow your business with Mystro. If was also be great to get your input and feedback on what features you need in your business.