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From: Nik Fowler <>
Subject: NEW: Improve your efficiency with team scheduling
Date: Mon, 01 Feb 2021 19:57:21 +0000 (UTC)	[thread overview]
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Be more productive

I am reaching out to efficiency-minded people to introduce Calendar, the next evolution in efficient scheduling and calendars unification. Calendar has several revolutionary features that allow you to be as productive and efficient as possible.

* Calendar unifies all of your calendars, whether it is your work, personal, or your side hustle calendars, they all are put into one easy to manage dashboard to maximize your productivity and efficiency.
* The analytic features will allow you to see where you are spending your time so you can adjust to become more efficient and time-aware than ever before.
* Calendar's find a time feature allows you to compare your team's schedules to find a time that works for everyone and eliminates the time-wasting back and forth emails trying to find a time that works for everyone.
* With Calendar's customizable scheduling links, anyone can schedule a meeting with you or your team at a time that works for everyone, making scheduling with external people a breeze.

All this at the best price because a world where everyone is efficient and organized is a better world for everyone!

*Visit ( ) to start your 30-day free trial*

Nik Fowler from the Calendar Team

*Nik Fowler*
Customer Success Team

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