SuperCalendar, A Scheduling Service That Aims to ‘Remove the Bullshit’

SuperCalendar is a service created by Michael Galpert that aims to “remove the bullshit in peoples lives that prevent them from being present and living their life” by simplifying calendars and scheduling. Users can simply cc their SuperCalendar assistant on meeting emails and they will enter all of the information into the customer’s Google Calendar. If something comes up, a user can ask their SuperCalendar assistant to take care of rescheduling meetings so they don’t have to worry about it. In an interview with TechCrunch, Galpert said:

For busy people, managing their calendars was close to a full time job. The biggest annoyance that comes up when scheduling meetings is finding a time to meet, picking a location that is convenient for both parties etc. Not to mention you end up having to always be on high alert with your inbox and make sure to enter all the necessary info to keep your calendar up to date. We basically built a solution that makes it easier than doing it yourself.

If you ask anyone that has a full time personal assistant they say they couldnt do what they do if it wasnt for their personal assistant. Richard Branson even mentioned this recently. The biggest distraction to your workflow is coordination and scheduling so we are starting with that.

SuperCalendar is currently rolling out to a limited number of users, and prospective users can sign up for an invite at Superhuman.


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