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There have been requests for this feature, see e.g. Gmail: "Send Later" Option, but Google doesn't support such a feature. However this blog suggests using an extension called Boomerang.


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Google Calendar for Google Apps allows you to do this if you have the Premier or Enterprise edition of Google Apps. It looks like regular Google Calendar allows you to do this as well. In Google's vocabulary, these things are called "resources" and are usually rooms.


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I ended up writing my own utility for this purpose, Schedule Creator. I optimized it for a specific data input method, but you could use a spreadsheet app to get your data in the right format and then paste it into my utility.


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Try schedule-it. It's a Facebook app that lets you set the date and time of a wall post. You could also use it to schedule posts on a friend's wall.


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TimeToMeet should satisfy those requirements. It has been a while since I used it though. http://www.timetomeet.info/tour/ How it works: Everyone receives a private link to enter their availabilites on a common schedule. No sign-ups or logins necessary. We'll find the best candidates and you can easily confirm a final time. RSVPs are built-in. ...


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I like doodle.com. It is simple and integrates with my google calendar.


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Have look at Tungle.me. I use it on a regular basis for both group meetings and one-on-one where I'll let the other person pick a time among a set of availabilities that are good for me.


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May be this can be of help: http://www.worldtimebuddy.com/ Feature overview: http://www.worldtimebuddy.com/features


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A (relatively) new service has come up to do this for Gmail and Yahoo! Mail: Momentomail. (Lifehacker review)


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Unfortunately, stu.dicio.us seems to be unavailable at the moment but hopefully will return. Notely has scheduling tools and was a web app once upon a time but now seems to be available for download. Alternatively, you can set up Zoho Planner to manage a timetable and various blog posts around discussing ways to customise this for students but I imagine ...


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A few years back, Lifehacker recommended webapp TimeBridge for scheduling meetings. I haven't used it personally but it looks like it meets all of your criteria except: The ability to copy and paste a list of names and email addresses to specify recipients for your meeting request: Not sure if it does that; however, they do provide "connectors" for Outlook ...


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Look at the bottom left corner of the status post box. Type your post as usual, then click the small clock icon in the bottom left of the box to schedule the date/time you want the post to be displayed.


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Have you looked into Google Apps? Its calendar sharing features seem to match your requirements. It is syncable with Outlook, accessible from smartphones (either via syncing or a web GUI), and certainly has a calendar GUI. Taking notes from meetings could be done via Google+, or a Google Doc attached to the meeting invitation.


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I would try a few of the sites mentioned in this article of Alternatives to Google Calendar. My sense is Google Calendar is the best option because it is free, accessible from mobile devices, web, etc., and like you mentioned it puts the responsibility on the individual to maintain their own calendar.


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You should be able to do this with Doodle: http://doodle.com/ Create an event for your 3 dates, then restrict the selections for to limit the participant to one per event. You can look at a test here or here for the admin interface (I couldn't find how to add more description for each timeslot though)


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Have you looked at Basecamp? It is a paid-for service, but you may want to check out their 30 day trial. (I am not affiliated with them. I used to use it at my former job and quite liked it).


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I've been quite happy with Windows Live. It's calendar provides recurring events as well as a To-Do list built into it. There is also the added benefit with the live account of having access to Word/Excel/One Note through it's online suite of applications. If you decide to integrate your Live account with Facebook, it'll display birthdays and other items in ...


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Google Spreadsheets: Access from anywhere Can mark tasks as completed, in progress, etc. Can sort tasks. Can easily add/delete tasks. At the end of every week. Copy the sheet and rename as "Archive". Clear the Completed column and start over. You can format the spreadsheet so that it looks like the Google Calendar "Week" view. When I was in college, ...


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well I've used this before: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html World Clock Meeting Planner Find best time across Time Zones Need to make a call to someone far away or arrange a web or video conference across different time zones? Find the best time across time zones with this Meeting Planner. there's also an 'advance mode' ...


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The best option for scheduling your staff can be eResource scheduler by Enbraun Corp. Our Company is using the software for quite a long time,it can send E-mail to the employees notifying them about their upcoming schedule.Facilitate drag ans drop scheduling, graphic rich reports, time sheets, etc.You can take trial or 14 long days.


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I haven't tried it myself but EZShift looks promising, since they have pretty big customers. They also have a cool challenge (plus the first month is for Free, so you have nothing to lose): EZShift believes that our employee scheduling software can implement all specific needs of your company's shift schedule. Along with our automatic shift ...


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Here's a web app for that purpose: FlickrQ


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Here's an app that purports to do just that: Flickr Schedulr http://schedulr.codeplex.com/


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In the Netherlands we use Datumprikker. Has English as well. But I don't think it's as good as the other answers.


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Ketchup is a potential solution to this problem.


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MeetingWizard meets criteria 1,2,4 and 5. I think it meets criteria 3 "copy and paste list of email addresses". An address book is maintained within the application. Rather than tediously entering each address in the address book, go directly to "Create a meeting request". Propose one or more dates and times. On the next "Meeting Event Details" screen, ...


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Does it have to be a web application? If you can also run it on your local PC you can use iMacros for Firefox. Create a macro to download & upload the file, and trigger it via task scheduler and the command line interface of iMacros.



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