Setting appointments and scheduling meetings are wearisome tasks that are unfortunately necessary to complete. Meetings go two-way so you cannot just base them upon your free time and schedule but also have to focus on the convenience of the other parties. There are also other aspects to consider making the entire process a very frustrating one, with many emails, calls, and schedule checking.
Thankfully, technology has our back. This is why there are numerous online applications designed to offer a simple solution to meeting scheduling. Some are social, some integrate with calendars and whatnot. This then brings on the issue of deciding what app is best for your scheduling needs. For this, we have compiled a brief list of the best scheduler apps.
This is a free app that works with Gmail and Chrome, so it is designed for Google users. It makes for an efficient tool using data from Google Calendar to provide information regarding clash in dates, free days for both parties, etc.
This is an open and very simple app that works for all. It creates an exclusive page for all the people of the meeting and they can see the time availability of others and adjust their own to set meetings. There are iOS and Android apps for this too so it is easy for everyone to use.
If you just want to skip emails and calls for meetings, use the simple tool that is Doodle. The free version does not integrate with Outlook, Gmail or anything like that but it does serve a purpose. You just have to put your info in and send it to the designated people. The people then respond by clicking on their free times and with a mutual consent, a date it set.
If you want to schedule group meetings and set an appointment on a time and date where all related parties are open, then Boomerang is the best too. This too works with Google but can also run on Firefox along with Chrome. It is a free beta app but works efficiently and also allows you to share your free dates for others.