Re:Schedule Calendar for iPad: A Better Way to Run Team Meetings
Independent development team, Re: Schedule Inc today is proud to announce the launch of Re:Schedule Calendar 1.0.4, their powerful new calendar app for iPad devices. The app is designed to aid people who spend much of their day running meetings. It brings the tools they need for meetings, such as note-taking and action items/task management, right into their calendar.
Re:Schedule Calendar allows users to manage meeting overload. Team leaders, product managers, and project managers will find that Re:Schedule Calendar makes it easy to prepare for meetings, lead productive discussions, and track results.
In many apps, users need to manually organize information and permissions. In task managers, they may maintain a “Team -> Project -> Tasks -> Subtasks” hierarchy. Document tools may use a “Folder -> Folder -> Document” paths for organizing meeting notes.
Instead, Re:Schedule uses the calendar as an organizing mechanism for the user’s information. This offers several advantages. Users no longer need to manually organize and maintain information hierarchies. They can find information such as meeting notes and tasks more intuitively by scrolling to the appropriate day. They see the information most relevant to them for that moment, since the calendar always opens up to today’s information.
Tapping on a meeting opens a meeting “workspace.” Here, users can add agenda items to meetings, take notes that are organized within the agenda, and attach tasks or action items to a specific meeting. Users can easily refer to previous notes or view all open tasks for the meeting series. Upon completion of a meeting, Re: Schedule automatically shares meeting notes with all of the participants. If a user misses a meeting, they can simply tap on it in their calendar to view its notes.
* Calendar – Organize the work schedule by planning meetings and tasks together
* Task time slots – Block time in the calendar for completing tasks
* Google Calendar compatible – Sync meetings with Google
* Task Manager – Manage personal to-dos and assign tasks to teammates
* Meetings – Add an agenda to meetings and take organized notes right in the Calendar
* Much more
Re:Schedule is a calendar for all of a user’s work. The app allows better time management by planning meetings and tasks together. Users can manage meetings and manage their associated tasks, blocking time off to get those tasks done. Tasks can be viewed in a handy day, week, or month views in the calendar to offer a clearer overview of upcoming deadlines. Re:Schedule works with Google Calendar accounts to sync the meeting information with Google.
The app’s task manager features make it the perfect tool for teams. Tasks and action items can be attached to meetings so teams can discuss progress at recurring meetings. Tasks can even be assigned to team members that are not Re:Schedule users.
Re:Schedule helps users run meetings more efficiently, thanks to its ability to add agendas to meetings. The agenda item currently being discussed is highlighted, allowing participants to follow along with the meeting. Meeting notes are organized according to the agenda and automatically shared with participants. Team members that miss a meeting can tap on a meeting to view the meeting notes. All notes are organized automatically by meeting, making them easy to find.
Recurring meetings are where Re: Schedule really shines, as a mere tap of a button shows users organized notes for the meeting series allowing users to refer back to previous discussions and decisions. Tasks can easily be attached to a meeting series to allow discussion of their progress in future meetings.
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 11.0 or later
* 27.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Re:Schedule Calendar 1.0.4 is free and is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. Re:Schedule offers a monthly subscription plan for $5.99 per month and a yearly subscription plan for $59.99 per year (prices vary per region). A 30-day free trial is available. After the trial, if users choose not to subscribe, they can continue to view their previously created data for free.