Okay, say when Coordinate meetings across time zones with WhenIsGood

Posted by tom klein April 3, 2008


These days, you’re more likely that ever to be working with customers across time zones – sometimes on the other side of the planet. Unfortunately, creating meetings across time zones just hasn’t gotten any easier – quick, what time works for Tokyo, Paris, and New York?

Give the mental gymnastics a rest with WhenIsGood. This simple and free tool solves one of those problems that’s plagued just about anyone who does any international work. Here’s how it works.

First, pick your time zone. Then, indicate what times you’re available to meet. Then, fill in your email address. The system will then send you an invitation that you can forward to anyone you like. Recipients can then see when you’re available and pick what works for them (and adjust by time zone).

You won’t get tripped up by time zones or daylight savings again … or worse, miss an important customer call.

Don’t faint, but there’s no sign up, no password to choose, no email verification. It’s just free and easy - off you go. Start scheduling.

There may be nothing that’s more mundane and vital than scheduling meetings or events. If you’re trying to get your foot in the door, presenting a thoughtful way to make a meeting happen may be just enough to set you apart.

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  1. I would like to correct something here - when is good doesn't fully support daylight saving time. The reason is that when daylight saving time starts or end there's a missing or an extra hour in one of the parties' calendars. The only online scheduling tool that deals with this problem is ScheduleOnce. Prickey posted on

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