Easy scheduling tool Doodle.com frees users to focus on core
- Doodle, the popular Web 2.0 scheduling tool, has
announced exciting new features for personal and business users,
which help its "polls", or tabulated meeting requests, to further
extinguish the common time-burner of scheduling meetings.
The Doodle Outlook Plugin brings together the most popular
scheduling service with the widest-used calendar system on the market
( more: http://doodle.com/about/DoodleOutlookPlugin.html
). On top of
this, the ICS Calendar feed will connect Doodle to all other major
calendars like Google Calendar, Sunbird, or Mac's iCal.
"The choice of a calendar is a very personal one for each person.
That is why - in addition to the Outlook Plugin - we decided to
provide a generic calendar feed which works with most modern calendar
solutions," said Doodle CEO Michael Näf.
The new Branded Doodle service enables organisations to purchase
their personalised Doodle with their own logo and name. More:
Today, Doodle - together with Nokia and Sun Microsystems - has
also launched a contest for the best application based on the Doodle
programming interface (API). More:
Doodle makes it easy to find the "right time" for a group
gathering or a meeting. With just a few clicks, users can create a
poll, invite participants, and see easily in a table which options
suit best. Doodle is a free web service, requires no registration and
is available in 28 languages. 2.5 million unique clients use Doodle
worldwide each month.
ots Originaltext: Doodle AG
VP PR & Communications