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TimeBridge: No place to hide from our meetings

New features nag laggards to show up for the meetings they've agreed to attend.

By September 10, 2009


Beyond freemium: The Timebridge business model works

The meeting planning service upsells conference calling and screen-sharing services, and it's growing.

By March 9, 2009


TimeBridge lets the world book meetings with you

New Web-based schedule viewer shows your free times.

By February 13, 2008


Who's bringing what? Divvyus helps you sort it out

Planning a barbecue, dinner party, or anything else that means group resource gathering? Divvyus lets you dole out those tasks in an orderly fashion.

By July 29, 2010


Highly useful: TimeBridge makes scheduling easy

Hate scheduling meetings via e-mail or Outlook? TimeBridge really works to make it easier.

By September 10, 2007


Google Calendar gets 'smart' rescheduling

Google Calendar users who want a non-third-party solution for finding the best times to reschedule a meeting now have an official option by Google.

By March 18, 2010


TimeBridge fixes group scheduling

TimeBridge's upcoming Outlook plug-in aims to fix the meeting morass.

By November 7, 2006


Tungle launches non-annoying scheduling service

It's a little better than TimeBridge. But it may not be better enough.

By June 8, 2009


Online-scheduling alternatives to Google Calendar

If you're looking for a way to schedule appointments more effectively, we have you covered. Check out this list of scheduling apps that take appointment processing to the next level.

By June 4, 2009


The approval broker: Zapproved

It's the bare minimum of workflow, in a Web app where you--and everyone else--can see who's holding up the decision that you want to be made.

By August 26, 2008