The scheduling tool of
choice for teams
You’ll love it for the advanced features to keep you in control of your calendar.
They’ll love it for the personalized scheduling experience.
“SavvyCal is such a joy to use! Still makes me happy every time.”
“I use SavvyCal so my customers can easily compare my availability to their own. Making their lives a little easier is a treat I’m happy to pay for.”
“My favorite is the personalized links. SavvyCal links feel more natural and save everyone time.”
A fundamentally different
Force the scheduler to toggle between their calendar and your list of time slots
A beautiful, interactive interface that allows the scheduler to overlay their calendar
No need to switch back and forth between screens any more.
Prefill recipient info
Save the scheduler time by prefilling their info.
Present your preferred availability instead of just all your availability.
Limit scheduling frequency
Cap meetings per day, week, and month.
Per-link calendar settings
Route different links to different calendars.
Offer several options on one scheduling link.
Time zone scheduling
We'll update your time zone for you when you travel.
Delegate account access
Allow your assistant to manage your account for you.
Automatically archive a link after someone uses it.
We make scheduling sexy.
But don’t just take our word for it. We’ll let the product do the talking.
Give your schedulers a calendar, not a list of time slots.
Allow recipients to overlay their calendar on top of yours to easily find mutual availability.
Show combined availability for a group of people and randomly assign one of them as the event organizer based on who’s available at the chosen time.
Propose times to meet.
Generate a snippet of text to propose times in just seconds. Recipients can pick a time to meet in just two clicks.
Set preferred times you’d like to meet.
Present availability windows in a particular order to encourage recipients to pick the optimal time.
Show combined availability for you and any number of teammates that allow recipients to book a time with your selected group.
Use time blocks to control availability.
Create naming conventions that find scheduling availability based on calendar events you create for time blocks.
Connect all your calendars.
Work, personal, side projects...check for conflicts across all of them and set which calendar you want to store each meeting in.
Embed directly on your website.
Ad-free meeting polls.
Invite people to vote on a set of times to meet and book the one that works best.
Integrate all your essential tools
We play nicely with other tools in your scheduling workflow.
Create events on your Google Calendar and check for times when you are busy.
Create Outlook Calendar events and check for times when you are busy.
Create Apple iCloud calendar events and check for times when you are busy.
Create events on your Fastmail calendar and check for times when you are busy.
Zoom Video Conferencing
Automatically create unique Zoom rooms for new events.
Add Meet links to your Google Calendar events.
Add a Teams conferencing room to your Outlook events.
Access your scheduling links from any webpage.
Create leads and record activity when someone books a sales call.
Create unique recording sessions for your events.
Add privacy-first analytics to your scheduling links.
Embed your scheduling link on your Podia Coaching page.
Automate tasks in other apps when events are scheduled.
Listen for when new events are created or updated.
Collect payments during your scheduling flow.
Create users and track events in your Userlist account.
Embed your scheduling link directly on your Digioh box.
Access your scheduling links directly from Raycast.
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Switch your team in 15 minutes or less
You shouldn’t have to feel weird about sending out your scheduling link. Switch to SavvyCal and people will be complimenting you on the scheduling experience. It’s the scheduling tool both you and your recipients will love.
“After I switched to SavvyCal, people are complimenting my scheduling experience! Thanks for making me look good.”