No More Back-and-Forth Emails. Here is a FREE Online Auto-Scheduler for Meetings with Your Associates

No More Back-and-Forth Emails. Here is a FREE Online Auto-Scheduler for Meetings with Your Associates

INTA is coming!

If there is one thing of an IP conference that comes with a headache then it is scheduling meetings.

Scheduling meetings often requires 5 or more emails sent back and forth with meeting partners before we can find a time slot that fits both sides.

We use a web-based app https://calendly.com for scheduling an appointment. Calendly helps you schedule meetings without these back-and-forth emails.

Using Calendly, we can easily schedule ten (10) meetings on one single workday, and with almost zero maintenance required.

How Calendly Works

A big advantage of Calendly is that it auto-adjusts the time zones of the meeting partners.

The FREE version allows you to schedule one single event, such as the INTA convention. The paid version gives you an unlimited number of events, and each event event has its own calender link. The paid version also allows for scheduling group events, e.g. for webinars.

Check out the following short video for finding out how it works

Testimonial

Are you worried that your associates won´t like this new way of setting up a meeting?

No worries, check out the following testimonial:

How we Set Up Calendly

Calendly allows you to request information from your meeting partner upon signing up for a meeting. We want to stay in contact with our meeting partners. In order to reach them during the conference, here is what we ask our meeting partners:

Invitee Questions:

  • Full Name *
  • Your e-mail address *
  • Company*
  • Mobile (which you will use at INTA Boston)
  • Will you use WhatsApp during the conference?”

Call to Action

Create a Calendly account here https://calendly.com.

Then create an event, and send its event link to 5 or 10 people that you would like to meet during that event.

Wait what happens next.

 

Martin “Efficient Meetings” Schweiger

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