SavvyCal is a calendar scheduling app that makes scheduling meetings easy for both parties by populating an interactive calendar and generating scheduling links.
The company is headquartered in Minneapolis, MN.
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SavvyCal was developed by Derrick Reimer. Derrick is a serial entrepreneur and has been involved in successful projects such as Drip, Codetree, Level, and StaticKit.
When creating SavvyCal, Derrick was well aware that there were a lot of scheduling tools on the market. He felt like they were all lacking something in the same area, however – they were not convenient enough for the person receiving the scheduling link.
Derrick himself says he frequently used to go back and forth up to 10 times with people trying to mutually agree on a meeting time.
I’m sure this is something that resonates with a lot of people reading this!
So, he designed SavvyCal to be as simple and efficient for the other person to agree to a meeting time as possible.
He did this by making it easy for people to see your calendar, and choose a meeting time that works for them. As well as generating custom links they just have to click once, and offering flexibility around the date and time someone can select.
How SavvyCal Works
SavvyCal is an app that you can access via logging in through a portal on the SavvyCal website.
You can get started for free, all you need to is sign in via your Google or Microsoft credentials, or create an account.
Then you can download and access the SavvyCal calendar. You can now select which days and times you’re available, and leave those time slots open for people to book a meeting time with you.
You can also schedule meetings yourself, and generate a link to send to the other attendees. All they have to do is click the link, and it’ll populate their information in both your calendar and theirs.
If you want to see how easy it is to select and book a timeslot on a calendar powered by SavvyCal, you can use their test calendar on the homepage of their website.
SavvyCal is a calendar scheduling tool, some of the standout features are:
- Generating and sending out personalized links to meeting attendees.
- Allowing recipients to overlay their calendar on top of yours.
- Offering multiple meeting durations to help recipients book a time slot that works for them.
- Providing a 1-click experience so it’s quick and easy for attendees to schedule a meeting with you.
SavvyCal Plans and Pricing
You can try SavvyCal for free for 7 days. The best part is, there is no cost for setting up the product, and your 7-day trial only starts when you start sharing your meeting links.
When your 7 days are up (and you love the tool) SavvyCal has two monthly pricing plans as follows:
- Basic Plan – $12/mo per user – This plan enables you to schedule unlimited links, calendars, and events.
- Premium Plan – $20/mo per user – This plan includes everything in the Basic Plan, plus it lets you remove all the SavvyCal branding attached to your links and calendar.
Each of these tools offers a free trial, so you can test them out before committing to a plan and get a feel for which is the best fit for you.
Have you used SavvyCal’s scheduling tools? If so, please share a quick review of your experience below to help others with their decision.