What is Calendso?
It is a white-label by design. API-driven and ready to be deployed on your own domain. You are in control of your events and data.
Calendso is a tool in the Meeting Scheduling category of a tech stack.
Calendso is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Calendso's open source repository on GitHub
- For most teams, scheduling is a core part of the product. We get rid of any design restrictions that come with alternatives
- Integrate it with your platform using our open API, built in customisation options and range of embed options
- You are in control of your events, your customer data and your costs. It can fit your needs, any way you want
Calendso Alternatives & Comparisons
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Spend 1 minute telling Calendly your availability preferences. Share your personal Calendly page with clients, colleagues, students, etc. Invitees visit your Calendly page to pick an acceptable time, and event is added to your calendar.
Doodle takes the pain out of finding the right date and time for a group of people to meet and makes scheduling virtually effortless. More than 20M people use Doodle every month around the globe for private and business meetings.
It is easy-to-use and user friendly scheduling solution using which clients can quickly view real-time availability, and book their appointments accordingly. It allows sending customized and branded reminders, confirmations and follow-ups for a more personalized customer experience.
A powerful and easy-to-use appointment scheduler that works in tandem with personal calendars and supports businesses in a wide range of scheduling scenarios.
Meetingbird syncs with Google Calendar and has everything you'd expect from a modern calendar and more. With smart notifications and reminders, open tracking for calendar invites, advanced timezone support, built-in support for room locations, and integrations with Trello and Google Maps, Meetingbird is ready for your busy schedule.
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