The meeting time negotiation service TimeBridge is adding a new Web-based component today. It now lets you set up a page, which TimeBridge hosts, that displays your free times. People who want a piece of your schedule can request an available time from those that are open. It's a good improvement to TimeBridge for service providers like consultants.
Previously, all of TimeBridge's scheduling communications were in e-mails. See review: TimeBridge makes scheduling easy.
As before, TimeBridge gets its free/busy data from your Outlook or Google calendar; if you're a user of one of these products, you … Read more