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October 05, 2008

"Tip of the Week" - Scheduling Through 'When is Good'

H/T to Allison Shields of LegalEase for turning me on to this nifty and FREE time-management tool that helps to eliminate phone and e-mail tag when trying to schedule a meeting.  It's called "When Is Good."

Here's how it works:

When you go to the site, you'll be provided with a grid containing dates and times. You can customize the grid, change time zones, etc. Then you'll click on the dates and times that you're available. You'll receive a link that you can email to all of the potential meeting participants, as well as a results code to view the results.

Meeting participants will click on the link in the email you've sent them. The link will take them to a page with all of the available meeting dates and times and instruct them to click on all of the dates/times when they are also available.

You can then visit the results page and see when everyone is free.

You also have an option to create an account that will save all of your events in one place.

This cool and FREE little tool can save a lot of time devoted to the complicated task of coordination which, as Allison points out, can eat up more time then the actual meeting.  I will just have to start using this with my clients.  Thanks, Allison!


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