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TimeBridge wants to make web meetings less frustrating

September 10, 2009 | Anthony Ha

“A startup called TimeBridge may have named itself after its scheduling tool, but this year it has focused a lot of energy on web meetings. TimeBridge unveiled a cheap meeting service in March, and now it’s releasing new features that should make the process more efficient and less frustrating.”   more »

TimeBridge Adds iPhone App, New Meeting Scheduling Features

September 10, 2009 | Clint Boulton

“TimeBridge, which offers a free personal meeting scheduler, launched a version of its application for Apple's popular iPhone. The company also enhanced scheduling for one-to-one meetings; added a Web page for each meeting to let attendees collaborate on a specific agenda; and created a tool that reminds attendees via SMS of a meeting 5 minutes before it's scheduled to start.”   more »

TimeBridge: No place to hide from our meetings

September 10, 2009 | Rafe Needleman

The meeting scheduler utility TimeBridge is growing up and expanding its mission. No longer just a schedule helper, the service is getting more tools to keep meetings that have already started running on time. more »

Schedule Meetings, Eliminate Conflicts with TimeBridge

June 15, 2009 | Dave Johnson

If you’ve used any of the various online scheduling tools out there, TimeBridge will work pretty much the way you expect it to. Just fill out the simple Web-based form to create a meeting and then pick up to five day/time options that suit you. You can specify a meeting location, add attendees, and send it out into the tubes. Your recipients don’t need TimeBridge accounts to reply, and they can choose which times work best for them (even distinguishing between ideal times and ones that are just so-so). TimeBridge identifies the best fit, and even syncs the results with Outlook. more »

Online-scheduling Alternatives to Google Calendar

June 4, 2009 | Don Reisinger

“TimeBridge makes it easy to set up a meeting. Once you click the "schedule a meeting" link, you're brought to a page giving you the option to send invites to a group of people. You can then enter the meeting topic, propose times when you're available, and send them a description of the meeting. My favorite TimeBridge feature is the option of starting a Web conference or holding a call. When you pick the conference call option, the site provides you with a dial-in number.” more »

TimeBridge Raises $5M to Make Scheduling Business Meetings Easier

May 11, 2009 | Anthony Ha

The company’s key idea is that it doesn’t want to replace the calendar you already use; instead it wants to connect your calendar with everyone else’s schedule, regardless of what software they’re using. TimeBridge integrates with products like Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, and Apple iCal... Since the beginning of the year, TimeBridge has added cheap web meetings and group scheduling. Not only do those features make the service more useful, they also create more ways for the company to make money. more »


April 1, 2009 | John Brandon

The real strength of this free Web application—and the free TimeBridge Connector for Mac add-on—is that you can schedule a meeting without the boring, repetitious, time-consuming back and forth of exchanging prospective dates with numerous parties. more »

How to Make Freemium Pay

March 10, 2009 | Phil Wainwright

TimeBridge, a free-of-charge online meeting scheduling provider that makes its money by taking a cut of third-party web meeting and teleconference bridge services booked by its users. Needleman calls this model ‘beyond freemium’. more »

Webware: Beyond freemium: The Timebridge business model works

March 9, 2009 | Rafe Needleman

The meeting scheduling service Timebridge, which we first covered in 2006, has been upgraded recently with a somewhat better e-mail user interface and some important related services. And according to CEO Yori Nelken, the business model he set out to execute is actually working, even in this awful economy. more »

WebWorker Daily: Bridging the Distance: TimeBridge Now Includes Web Conferencing

March 9, 2009 | Aliza Sherman

Scheduling service TimeBridge (previously reviewed on WWD) announced today that they've come out with a personal conferencing service that is fully integrated into their scheduling application. The company seems to be working on rounding out a more complete set of scheduling and communications tools particularly handy for distributed teams of web workers. more »

VentureBeat: Scheduling startup TimeBridge aps cheap web meetings

March 9, 2009 | Anthony Ha

The established players in web conferencing better look out - scheduling startup TimeBridge is launching a new conferencing service that it says can save companies around 80 percent of what they would have paid for established products like Cisco's WebEx and Citrix's GoToMeeting. more »

ReadWriteWeb: Bargain Conference Calling Comes to TimeBridge

March 9, 2009 | Phil Glockner

TimeBridge, the free, innovative meeting scheduling system, is announcing the availability of web meeting and conference call support at a low price. The premium upgrade to the standard free TimeBridge service costs $8.95 a month. If your company spends a bunch on conference call costs, this may end up being a key decision-maker between this service and one of its competitors. We first reported on TimeBridge in December. more »

ReadWriteWeb: TimeBridge Thrives on Scheduling Your Time

December 19, 2008 | Ziad M. Kane

TimeBridge is a San Francisco-based startup focused on making it easy to schedule meetings and appointments. In a relatively crowded market, the product has managed to show impressive growth over recent months, this week surpassing the 200,000 user mark, with over 12,000 businesses using the service. more »

Network World: TimeBridge is way cool scheduling

October 29, 2008 | Mark Gibbs

I've written about scheduling services several times in this newsletter and in my Network World Gearhead column and, guess what - In this issue I have another entrant into the scheduling market: TimeBridge. What impressed me is that TimeBridge definitely takes the crown of "most polished" in its category. more »

TechCrunch: TimeBridge's Collaborative Scheduler Goes Mobile, Now Supports iCal

September 8, 2009 | Jason Kinkaid

TimeBridge, the service that allows users to collaboratively determine when to schedule their meetings, has released a WAP mobile version of its site alongside a plugin aping iCal support. The iCal plugin is currently in private beta, and the first 500 TechCrunch readers to go here will be able to partipate (enter the password "techcrunch"). more »

PC World: 101 Fantastic Freebies

March 23, 2008 | Preston Gralla and Erik Larkin

Whether you're partial to online services or to downloadable software, we have the Web's best free stuff and it'll keep you productive, secure, and entertained. more »

Web Worker Daily: TimeBridge Makes Meeting Scheduling Easy

March 7, 2008 | Jason Harris

Scheduling meetings is a necessary chore we face in business. Managing multiple person's calendars and finding a good time to meet involves many back and forth emails. This is especially true when the persons you're trying to meet with are on another electronic calendaring system. more »

Lifehacker: TimeBridge Finds and Confirms Agreeable Meeting Times

January 9, 2008 | Kevin Purdy

Setting up a meeting agenda is easy — at least compared with the task of finding a time that all the participants can and will make. TimeBridge, a free meeting scheduling web app, sends out emails to every attendee you enter in and asks them which of the five time slots you've picked out work for them. If they all reply, TimeBridge figures out which time works best, confirms it and emails you back. more »

PC World: TimeBridge Review

January 7, 2008 | Kevin C. Tofel

Meetings may be a necessary evil, but the time required to schedule them can be a real productivity killer. Microsoft Outlook has helpful tools such as shared calendars and auto-selection of meeting times, but its usefulness is limited to people within the same company. TimeBridge, a free Web-based service, surpasses Outlook's approach, allowing you to quickly and easily schedule meetings with anyone, no matter what e-mail service, calendaring app, or browser they have — and they don't even need to be TimeBridge users. more »

Webmonkey: TimeBridge: Scheduling Made Easy

December 13, 2007 | Scott Gilbertson

TimeBridge, an online calendar mashup that wants to take the pain out of scheduling meetings and coordinating calendars across multiple providers, has announced it's dropping its beta status and opening up to the public. Most of us set up meetings by sending out a mass e-mail to all the people we’d like to see attend and then wait for the replies to trickle in so we can find the best time. more »

VentureBeat: TimeBridge Launches Scheduling Tool for Busy Professionals

December 11, 2007 | Chris Morrison

Two-and-a-half year old startup TimeBridge is launching its flagship scheduling product today, and it’s a product that shines with simplicity. Plenty of internet startups have made a business out of saving time for busy professionals. TimeBridge’s niche is cutting down the time it takes to schedule meetings. more »

PC Magazine: TimeBridge awarded Editors' Choice

November 21, 2007 | Michael Muchmore

TimeBridge is a well-designed, easy-to-use Web site/service that makes setting up meetings with people at different companies a far more streamlined process than what most people do today — endless e-mailing back and forth. Best of all, it's free. more »

Webware: Highly useful: TimeBridge makes scheduling easy

September 10, 2007 | Rafe Needleman

I wrote favorably about the idea of TimeBridge last year. It's a service that's supposed to make scheduling meetings less of pain in the neck, by letting an organizer send out several proposed times for a meeting, and then coordinating the replies of attendees until everyone agrees on a single time, at which point it will lock in the agreed-on time for everyone and release the tentative hold it had on the alternate spots. more »

TechCrunch: TimeBridge: Now Synching Your Meetings Through The Web

August 14, 2007 | Nick Gonzalez

TimeBridge is a San Francisco-based startup that wants to do one thing very well: help with scheduling meetings. They originally started out as a deeply integrated Outlook plug-in launched at the end of last year. While initially distinguishing them from other scheduling competitors, I have a feeling that the plug-in requirement aped unnecessary friction to using the system. more »