By Jared Newman
Over the past few years, multiple startups have tried to take the hassle out of scheduling meetings. Calendar tools like Meetingbird and Calendly let users create meeting slots for attendees to choose from, while virtual assistants like X.ai can schedule entire meetings on the user’s behalf.
Now former Facebook executives Timothy Campos and Burc Arpat have launched a new startup called Woven to take another crack at the problem.
Woven is essentially another group scheduling tool aimed at eliminating back-and-forth email coordination. It’s also a stand-alone calendar app that integrates with Google’s G Suite (and, soon, with Microsoft Office 365). Campos says the goal was to combine a full-blown calendar experience with smarter scheduling features.
Read more at Fast Company.