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frequently asked questions

What makes Skedgit different?

No one else completely removes the back and forth that comes with scheduling. Meeting links still require comparing your own calendar with the available time slots in the link. Other AI assistants require the email communication for the scheduling party. Skedgit lets you schedule meetings in just three simple steps. Our system will take care of coordinating and finding times that work for everyone. It’s like magic.

What if I need a meeting link?

No problem! While we feel that our meeting magic is the future of scheduling, we understand there are times where using our automated meeting system doesn’t quite make sense yet. Because of this, we still have all of the traditional scheduling tools, such as personal and team meeting links.

Is there a contract?

That’s up to you. In exchange for signing our annual agreement, you do get a lower rate, but if you’d rather have the flexibility of going month-to-month, that’s totally OK with us too!

What if I already have a scheduling tool?

That’s great! We love that you’re already taking steps to manage your scheduling needs. While Skedgit is a full-featured solution, it can also work on top of other platforms. So if you already use someone else for your meeting links and don’t want to change, you can just use Skedgit’s automated meeting system.

What is this “100 free meetings” promo?

We’re so confident that you’ll love our automated meeting system, that we’re willing to schedule your next 100 meetings, no strings attached. Seriously. No credit card or contract required. Just sign up and we’ll schedule your next 100 meetings for free.

Is this secure?

Absolutely. Skedgit will never store personally identifiable information from your calendars. We only need access to determine if you’re busy or not (we wouldn’t want to double-book you). We never see any emails, passwords, etc. We strongly believe that your data belongs to you.