The days of the appointment book and planner are coming to an end, it seems.Â¬â€ The Web is teaming with appointment schedulers, time keepers, calendars, and so forth.Â¬â€ There is one for every purpose, one for every platform, and one for every need.
Schedulewall.com is more than just a play on words.Â¬â€ It’s one of the better calendar/appointment keepers out there for the busy office or manager.Â¬â€ Focusing on shifts and goals, the app is really aimed towards finding a median between purely single-user and collaborative agendas.
It can import data from a number of current, popular online (or semi-online) appointment books such as iCalendar.Â¬â€ While using Shedculewall, most of the work is done by either clicking once or dragging and dropping.Â¬â€ This makes for a clean, simple and easy-to-understand interface that doesn’t have a lot of muss.
For the single user, the calendar can be focused on tasks, days, weeks, months, or whatever you’d like.Â¬â€ For groups, it’s mainly focused on weeks and days (weekly for shift scheduling, daily for tasks).Â¬â€ Templates commonly-created shifts or tasks can be built quickly to save time re-creating them when needed.
Schedules can be printed, saved, shared, etc.Â¬â€ Everything is simple, straight-forward, and what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG).
In collaboration, comments, chat, sharing, RSS feeds, and so forth are all available for easy group use.
For the most part, Shedulewall (which is still in beta) covers the bases and does a pretty good job of it.Â¬â€ Many will find some favorite option or another missing when comparing to their current solution, but many will undoubtedly find it does the job they need done.Â¬â€ Monthly pricing starts at $29 (no SSL or chat) and all paid accounts include a 30-day free trial.
Worth considering, at least, if you’re in the market for a good organizer.