By Kyle Wiggers
Tim Campos thinks calendars are broken. As Facebook’s former chief information officer, he would know; for six years, he coordinated countless conference calls and boardroom meetings across calendar platforms that were woefully “inflexible” and “stagnant.”
“There’s a bunch of things calendars don’t do,” Campos told VentureBeat in a phone interview. “They actually don’t coordinate, which is surprising because we think of calendaring as an activity, but coordination is actually done over email and text. … We surprisingly don’t use calendars to prep and follow up from meetings — we use other tools for that. And you can’t even go to the calendar to ask questions about how you’re spending [your time].”
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