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Keep on Top of Your Time with these Scheduling Softwares Ideal for Businesses

The Only Scheduling Softwares that You Need to Know About

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If you find yourself feeling overwhelmed trying to keep on top of your schedule for your business or even within your personal life then these software packages may be exactly what you need to streamline you scheduling process. Take a look below.


Woven

This product was recommended by Andy Abramson from Comunicano

For years we have all struggled with what I coined OMPD for Online Multiple Personality Disorder when it came to calendar and scheduling management. We had the work calendar, the family calendar, the social calendar, my travel calendar in Tripit and more, none of which were really easily in sync with one another.

Often someone would schedule something on one calendar, not knowing, or having visibility to the other calendars. As online links made scheduling easier, the problem got worse as some appointments would conflict with what wasn’t known to others. Woven solved this problem more elegantly, and far more completely than other services i’ve tried like ScheduleOnce, Doodle or Calendly. Woven has been in my tech stack for five months and made my scheduling life joyous, not painful, which is why I’m using it, and suggesting it to others.

And for now, you can’t beat the price. It’s free (though I doubt it will be for long).


Acuity

This product was recommended by Sarah Franklin from Blue Tree AI

Acuity optimizes the top features needed in a scheduling app. It allows you to collect customer data as they create their appointments and send branded and personalized reminders, follow-ups, and confirmations in each client’s preferred form of communication, text, or email. Acuity can accept payments from multiple online payment applications, increasing payment security, and privacy. A top feature for me is the automatic time conversion for clients in another timezone, eliminating missed meetings due to human error. The plan offers multiple price points and is very user friendly.


Yondo

This product was recommended by Scott Sheff from Yondo

Yondo is an all-in-one solution that allows small businesses, consultants and entrepreneurs the ability to sell videos online, host webinars, online group classes or live one-on-one consultations. Scheduling and billing client sessions and meetings are built into Yondo’s platform, making it easy and hassle-free to book and bill clients without the need for additional staff or resources.


Zoho People

This product was recommended by Willie Greer from The Product Analyst

Based on my experience, Zoho People is in the ranks of the best scheduling softwares for businesses. It has lifted plenty of burden off of our shoulders by simplifying the process — you can get an overview and be assured of its accuracy because everything is intuitive. Any discrepancies can be easily seen and corrected, thus saving us more time for other goals than documentation on spreadsheets. Notifications are sent regularly to all employees to make sure that schedules are up to date. It has worked great for our business and clients alike.A major draw also is the fact that the service is not limited to schedule because reviewing employee performance, setting individual goals, answering employee questions and mail alerts are also covered. More functions can be added if desired. It has worked for us as a single solution for HR solutions.


Calendly

This product was recommended by Ashley Monk from AshleyMonk

Calendly / Calendar automation & payment processing / Calendly is easy to use, sends automated text and email reminders, in addition to offering an easy to use Chrome extension instead of playing back and forth with prospects & clients.


Microsoft Teams

This product was recommended by Vance from Pointer Clicker

For the best scheduling software for a business, I would recommend Microsoft Teams. Teams is a hub for team collaboration including chats, video calls, and also scheduling meetings (video). The scheduling feature is especially handy and user-friendly. Since Teams is a hub for everything, you won’t miss any meetings thanks to its reminders and notifications. The Calendar page helps you precheck the events for a specific day or a whole week. I found that the way they embed a video meeting into a scheduling event certainly convenient. After clicking on an event on the calendar, you could go straight into the video call in no time.


SimplyBook

This product was recommended by Badionide Sioting from ultradecking

For me, this one of the simplest scheduling systems there is. It sends you a confirmation of the schedule through email or SMS. You can also sync this with your Google calendar and integrate with Google Analytics so you may track visitors as well.


SetMore

This product was recommended by Nidhi Joshi from iFour Technolab Pvt Ltd

Setmore offers robust online scheduling solutions for independent entrepreneurs, SMBs, firms, and NGOs. The platform allows you to automate appointment booking, leverage the power of automatic email alerts and mobile reminders, Google/Office calendar syncs, classes, Android, and iOS apps, to accelerate your company growth. Moreover, the software comes to facilitate with easy to use administrative features and strengthens the effectiveness of the workflow.

The software is compatible with any device, including desktops, tablets, and smartphones to give the adaptability to utilize it from any location and at any point in time. Setmore also empowers clients to make appointments via social media platforms, including Facebook. Its highly advanced payment processing feature enables speedy transactions through cards. It offers a freemium plan with all the mandatory functions and the paid plans start from $25 per month.


FindMyShift

This product was recommended by Badionide Sioting from ultradecking

Now, this software is mainly for employees. This is to create and maintain the employee’s schedule and track labor costs as well. This software is available for android and ios phones for employees. It sends notifications to you or your employees via email or SMS.


Schedule Once

This product was recommended by Bruce Harpham from Saas Marketing

I recommend Schedule Once as a scheduling tool when you need to organize meetings with people outside your organization. There are two specific ways this software makes me more productive. First, it automatically converts my schedule availability to the end user’s time zone. That means no back and forth emails when I’m trying to schedule calls with people in Europe and other time zones. Second, this tool integrates directly into my Google Calendar so there is no extra work to see those appointments.


MS-Project

This product was recommended by Praveen Malik from PMbyPM

This software is best for scheduling, task creation, assignments & tracking. It provides and integrated view of everything that your team had done/ is planning to do. It provides visually appealing useful reports and charts to improve schedule performance. It has Gantt charts, which I think are indispensable for both scheduling, planning, and presentation. Overall it helps in proper schedule management.


ASANA Calendar

This product was recommended by Shiv Gupta from Incrementors Web Solutions

Asana is a project management solution built to help your team reach its goals. Asana allows teams to collaborate, organize, plan, execute their work. By scheduling your project timeline you’ll be able to see tasks and projects on a calendar to help you manage your time, workload, and deadlines. It also allows you to schedule meetings with your team. There are a few different Calendar Views in Asana. You will see your personal task list, any project, and all your team’s projects in calendar format.

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