5 Useful Online Scheduling Systems

A graphic artist’s work is never done. If it’s not a project, it’s a meeting. If it’s not a meeting, it’s a workshop, it’s a networking event, it’s a consultation, etc. So scheduling is a very important part of the overall job of a freelance designer. Having a scheduling system is imperative for keeping all of your appointments and contacts together in one place. Nothing beats a printed calendar in my book, but I use this method as an important back-up system. Even though having a back-up record is important, having an online scheduling system keeps you up to date and can provide an easy and quick way to notify contacts, edit and update events and keep track of all tasks. Check out these five useful online scheduling systems.

Google Calendar



Super SAAS

Appointment Plus

4 Responses to 5 Useful Online Scheduling Systems

  1. SuppliesGuys July 15, 2010 at 6:29 am #

    Used Gen Book before, very simple and well maintained interface. Super SAAS looks intuitive as well. Will certainly check it out. Thanks!

  2. Valerie July 16, 2010 at 9:47 am #

    No problem SuppliesGuys. I always like to see how the programs I suggest work for other users, we all have to stay informed and organized!

  3. Leslie Bourke September 13, 2010 at 4:03 pm #

    These are all new to me except for Google Calendar. I’ll have to check them out. I currently use Yahoo Calendar, and it’s not bad.

  4. Christian February 22, 2011 at 5:53 am #

    Heard of Genbook and doodle as they are scheduling options with payments. I currently use BookingBug. Will check out the others. Thanks!

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