Believe it or not, I started working on SavvyCal all the way back in March of 2020.
I had just shut down Level a few months earlier after working on it for over a year and, as you’ll remember well, the world had just begun to go into lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
So when I started exploring the idea for my next venture, I came back to a seemingly age-old problem: meeting scheduling.
Why do people still feel weird about sending out their scheduling links?
Looking back at the times when we used to exchange 10 emails to find a time to meet feels like the dark ages. But the scheduling tools of today still put the burden on the recipient, which can be even more inconvenient than trading emails in the first place.
The core thesis I built on was that using a scheduling tool should be just as easy for the recipient as it is for the sender.
And after months and months of work to nail the UX, build truly unique features, and prove that the product lives up to its promise, I’m ready to take it to the next level.
It’s time to officially launch!
Would love for you to check it out 🙏