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Last month I covered TimeBridge for PC World, a service that essentially coordinates meeting times for you among various attendees. I found the service to be every effective and a real time-saver. One of the biggest benefits is that it doesn’t require everyone to be on […]

Timebridge

Last month I covered TimeBridge for PC World, a service that essentially coordinates meeting times for you among various attendees. I found the service to be every effective and a real time-saver. One of the biggest benefits is that it doesn’t require everyone to be on the same mail and calendar platform. Very slick. Since I have an account with the TimeBridge folks, I just got notification from them today about a nice addition to the service.

“These days we often gather on the phone rather than around a conference room table. So we just added a new feature to TimeBridge which allows you to include a free conference call with any meeting. With just one click, your call is automatically provisioned. No credit card or sign up is required. Your attendees will get call-in information automatically so everyone has the information at their fingertips when it comes time for the meeting.”

Looks like the free TimeBridge service is taking the next step to make meetings become a little easier to swallow. That’s a good thing because if there’s one thing I can’t stand, it’s meetings. At least the set-up and logistics don’t need to be painful too now.

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