Read AI revolutionizes meeting scheduling by moving from the first availability to the best availability. Using engagement in past meetings and calendar availability, Read recommends the best time for scheduling a meeting. A single link eliminates the back-and-forth around scheduling while using AI to set the meeting up for success.
“If Calendly and Clockwise had a child, and it was in the gifted class, that child would be named Read Smart Scheduler Links,” said David Shim, Co-Founder and CEO of Read AI. “When you schedule a meeting today, you pick the first available time that works for both of you. This approach is medieval as it uses time as the only dimension for scheduling. Read takes a multiple dimensional approach to scheduling, where time intersects with past meeting performance to allow AI to recommend the time that will result in the best outcome.”
How It Works - Read Smart Scheduler Links
“This is generative AI applied to meeting scheduling, CalendarGPT,” said David Shim. “Meeting scheduling today is as non-scientific as it comes, when are we both available at the earliest time? This time ultimately ends up being the worst as it’s that 30-minute slot sandwiched between 4 hours of meetings. Read Smart Scheduler Links and take into account your past meetings to propose the best time for all meeting invitees. The more people use Read in their meetings, the smarter the recommendation.”
Value Proposition - Read Smart Scheduler Links
In the last 42 weeks, Read has seen at least a 10% increase in week-over-week meetings measured. During that time, Read Meeting Tools and Metrics was one of the most popular apps in Zoom Apps and more recently one of six apps to launch as a Google Meet Add-On.
“Read has been the system of record for meetings, and with the launch of Smart Scheduler Links, Read is set to become the system of record for productivity AI,” said David Shim.