Getting Started


Use Google for registration.

  1. On the homepage, click on 'Sign Up'
  2. On the registration screen, you will be asked to agree to our Terms & Conditions. You should also read our Privacy Policy so you understand what data is retrieved from Google, and how it is used.
  3. Click on the Register button.
  4. Authorize Google to share your calendar. You will need to give read/write permissions. The Privacy Policy details what data is needed, and how it will be used.

Assuming things went well, the application will automatically log you in.

  1. Your account is created with sensible defaults for most configurable items.

Configure Settings

On the main page, you can see all the configurable items. Click on any item you'd like to change, and edit its value. Changed values are highlighted, and color-coded to show their validity.

Preferences apply to your account, and all groups.

  1. Personalized Link: used to build the URL to book your meetings. This defaults to the name part of your email address.
  2. Timezone, Start of Day and End of Day: set your work hours. Hours are entered as 00 through 23, in hr:mm format.
  3. Same Day?: allows scheduling of meetings for the same day. A buffer between now and the first available meeting can be set in group settings.
  4. Weekends?: set whether you are available on weekends.

Configure Groups

Groups define how people will see your calendar. Here, you set the how long your meetings are, your profile picture, etc.

  1. Group Name: A unique (within your account) name for identification. If you have only one group, your personalized link will automatically use this group. To allow a user access to a group, your link becomes <personalized link>/<group name>. The information panel shows all your links.
  2. Displayed: Typically your full name.
  3. Greeting: A paragraph of text on your calendar page. This can be welcome message, or some instructions.
  4. Profile Picture: Let your users see who you are.
  5. Length: The length of your meeting in minutes. Works in conjuction with Buffer (between meetings) to set how long a meeting can be scheduled.
  6. Buffer (between meetings): Subtracted from Length. As an example, Length = 60 minutes with a Buffer = 10 minutes will result in each meeting set up for 50 minutes. Can be 0.
  7. Buffer (before first meeting): Takes effect if Same Day? is selected. For example, if it is set to 90, and it is 10am currently, the user will only be allowed to book a meeting today starting at 11:30 or later.
  8. Note: A paragraph of text sent in the calendar invite.

Share your link(s)!!

  1. Press Show on the Information Panel.
  2. Right-click, and copy the link.