There's lots of great online software for allowing multiple participants to vote on the best single meeting time. There's also software that will allow people to book individual appointment times from a calendar. But I'm looking for a resource that will allow me to invite people to pick from an assortment of specific dates/times to schedule individual meetings with me. For example, let's say I have only ten one-hour blocks of time that are available for meetings next month. What online software will let me invite multiple people to choose from among those ten blocks, so that I am notified who picked which time, which is then not available to the remaining people?
Help me create an online driving schedule for friends/family to get a patient to and from far-away medical appts. Is there a better system than Google calendar? [more inside]
I'm looking for a good appointments calendar for use in our office of eight people. It might be located online, or based on our server. It doesn't need to be very fancy (or expensive), but it should be searchable, printable, and usable/viewable by more than one person at a time. Any ideas?
What is the best practice for entering events across time zones, such as airline flights, when using Google Calendars and the iPhone? [more inside]
How can I aggregate the text of multiple received emails into one text file? [more inside]
I need a system to automagically remind my clients of their appointments via SMS text messaging. [more inside]
I'd like to set up an online calendar for my students so they could schedule appointments with me during hours I've marked as "available." but I would rather not set up 65+ google accounts. Is there a php script or a free web app that would work for this? [more inside]
I'd like to print blank monthly calendar pages in a 8.5x11 format, but I can't find a good source. Google points me towards calendar vendors, and any web-based calendars I've found (like Yahoo) are predicated on me posting appointments and the like. Should I just create what I need in Word? Any suggestions?