Scedule is an app that serves as a meeting tool similar to Doodle. Scedule can be integrated into the calendars of Google, Outlook, Office 365,… and is available in English and German. But what is the difference between the simple mail calendar and Scedule?
The app works across organizations (not only in the internal company, but also externally) and synchronizes the time zones. In addition, you don’t have to share your calendar like in traditional calendar tools.
- No writing back and forth of e-mails
- Available as App and as Add In
- It works with any calendar
- Scedule identifies meaningful and appropriate date proposals, taking into account the preferences and availability of all meeting members
- The usage is not only limited to Scedule users
- The function to synchronize all calendars (business and private) and thus identify when you are available.
Another feature is the poll functionality, which can be answered online or in the app, just like in Doodle. Forwarding to additional participants is also no problem. As long as the poll is in circulation, Scedule blocks the sent appointment suggestions in the calendar. You will then be notified by push notification of the team members’ answers.
Scedule is free for small teams, but with the limitation of 25 invitations per month. For companies the tool costs 25 € per year, optionally you can choose the room booking, but the price is then 250 €.
A short note on data security: The data is stored in a cloud storage server in Bielefeld.
Doodle versus Scedule
Doodle is cheaper compared to Scedule, but limited to 5 users. Moreover, Doodle only allows polling, not automatic entry into the calendar.
Image: Homepage Scedule
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