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Family Case

Sharing schedules like handing over the baton in a relay race with sharing schedules

We are a working couple and our two children go to a nursery. We are extremely busy and scheduling conflicts were a real nightmare for us. Both our parents live far away, so we do not have anyone to rely on in cases of emergency, for example, if one of our children suddenly became ill and needed picking up from the nursery.

Nurturing a history of us from communicating and sharing

My appointments, my husband's appointments, shared appointments, information that may concern us, grocery lists. Aside from directly creating appointments, we also save information that may concern us. For example, when the cake shop we frequent is closed for vacation, when there will be a festival nearby and such.

Saving time and effort to share out parent-teacher conference handouts in school

Paperwork Management consultant Kaneko Hiroko utilizes TimeTree in her work. Ms Kaneko, her two children and her husband form a four-person family. In TimeTree, she and her husband share a family calendar with each other. As an organizing consultant, her innovative usage of TimeTree impressed even us developers.

Enter your pregnancy records together with ultrasonic scans. Together with Your daily events, create something to look back on.

Looks like mainly plans for both of you, right? Plans to hold an event by both of you, going shopping at IKEA, or going to see a movie. Both the husband and wife should also enter his and her individual plans for the days off. You can then easily see whether your plans can match or not. Previously, most of your days off were hit-or-miss. However, since you can now see at a glance your family's schedule, it makes it easier to make plans in advance.

Family, work and private time. Manage 3 different calendars.

I am part of "Uchikara" as a life organizer, and I actually represent the group. A life organizer is essentially a person who organizes "thoughts" and "space". Specifically, we hold courses on room clean-up, and we also go to our clients' houses to offer consultation services on clean-up and storage. We don't simply tell people how to clean - rather, we teach them how to clean up based on their respective situations and lifestyles. In this past March, we had a book published, too.

For a working mother with three kids, this is organization all in one place for more than just family tasks!

Mrs. Terashima is a working mother who is raising 3 children while working. Next April, her eldest daughter will enter elementary school. We spoke about time management for the family in daily life.

It was like I was fighting my schedule

We are living in the beautiful city Oberasbach, Germany. I work as a mobile nurse and have different shifts every week maybe everyday. We also have two kids (2 & 6) who go to kindergarten. Since my wife,Siska has returned to school to become a nurse for kids, we have to organize everything.

We do not miss important things and argue anymore.

We always have a lot of events to manage and sometimes the time schedule is tight. We organized all things for our 3 kids and apartments through mail, paper calendar and phone call. Sometimes I was unsure if my husband received all the notes on time. For example, I wanted to inform him right away, but he was busy and could not get the notes.

Sharing schedules like handing over the baton in a relay race with sharing schedules

We are a working couple and our two children go to a nursery. We are extremely busy and scheduling conflicts were a real nightmare for us. Both our parents live far away, so we do not have anyone to rely on in cases of emergency, for example, if one of our children suddenly became ill and needed picking up from the nursery.

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Couple Case

We have less arguments because we don't mix up our plans anymore.

We’re living in the wonderful city Erfurt,capital of Thuringia,Germany. I am studying at the local university and have a part time job. My boyfriend,Daniel is doing shift work and I never knew if he would have time or be at work when I was planning something for us.At the same time he never knew when I had to go to my part time job or when I already had plans with my friends or when I had to do homework. So we always ended up making plans we could not fulfill.

Easy for couples to find time for each other through shared schedules

I was on exchange in New Zealand, and I was returning to Japan when it ended in June. Since we could spend more time together once I returned home, I thought sharing our schedules might be a good idea. So I started looking for tools and found TimeTree.

Since my boyfriend always forget sharing his events/appointment with me,we always had struggles planning.

We‘re living in Ratisbona, Bavaria. My boyfriend,Berni has a full-time job and I’m a linguistics student with a part-time job. Since my boyfriend always forget sharing his events/appointment with me,we always had struggles planning. We looked for a calendar app where we can both add and edit our own appointments.

It's a wedding ceremony arranged by you both, so it will be twice as good!

On weekdays, we have work and other plans so we go home late and we also work some weekends, so it was hard to decide when to go on dates. We had been looking for a good solution and we found TimeTree that was being introduced on a blog.

We have less arguments because we don't mix up our plans anymore.

We’re living in the wonderful city Erfurt,capital of Thuringia,Germany. I am studying at the local university and have a part time job. My boyfriend,Daniel is doing shift work and I never knew if he would have time or be at work when I was planning something for us.At the same time he never knew when I had to go to my part time job or when I already had plans with my friends or when I had to do homework. So we always ended up making plans we could not fulfill.

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Work Case

You can understand at a glance which events overlap and which location each person is at

Originally, we were constantly looking for an application that would be useful for work. Since we simultaneously work on projects in different locations in Osaka, Tokyo, and Nagoya, we thought it would be good if we had something like a shared calendar, where the members could see everything that was happening. Since we often used LINE for making contact in our work, we looked at various possibilities that looked good for sharing with LINE. While we were doing this, we came upon TimeTree. As soon as we had barely checked it out, it was decided that "this is good!"

A well established business running for 100 years. Simple to use for veteran members and anyone else, with no need for groupware.

It is Kyodo Suisan Co., Ltd., a company dedicated to the wholesale, as well as the processing and sale, of seafood within the Tsukiji Market. Soon to become 100 years old, our company has received orders even from the Imperial Household Agency. We have our own processing plant at the Tsukiji Market, from where we process and ship custom made orders to clients such as hotels and restaurants. Also, we are currently working on developing and selling products oriented to the consumers, such as our own private brands of Saikyo-Zuke (fish marinated in sweet miso), Kasu-Zuke (fish marinated in the lees of sake), and Karashi-Mentaiko (spicy cod roe).

There needed to be a way for the students' guardians to see all of the teachers' free times.

My name is Rosui Asakura (business name) and I work by myself as a private tutor. It has been six years since I started working as a professional private tutor. Thankfully, my number of students has gradually increased. This year, I have 12 students, and I will have the same number of students next year as well. I teach a diverse range of students, including infants, elementary school students, junior high school students, and high school students. I have even had university students and people in their 50s. In the daytime, I teach infants and students who do not attend school, and in the evening I teach students who have returned home from school. In addition to being a private tutor, I have also worked as a psychology counsellor and calligraphy teacher, and I also have the privilege of providing child-rearing assistance to all of my students' parents.

With TimeTree you can keep track of internal schedules in real time, reducing unnecessary communication making for a leaner company

We save all details related to work, everything from meetings and when our members go on business trips or receive visitors to office cleaning. We were using Google Calendar as an in-house shared tool, but because it was designed for input on a computer, it was difficult to check details or save schedules on a smartphone, and it was a hassle to use.

What is the secret to getting everyone to use shared calendars at work?

W is in charge of PR for Ark Corporation, a company that handles artwork exhibition planning and management. Wondering if there was a simple and precise means of sharing the most up-to-date details of the company's exhibitions between staff members, W had the bright idea of taking the program they used at home, TimeTree, and applying it in the workplace.

You can easily check the shift rotas and meetings schedules of multiple branches even while you are outside the office!

The company operates 2 branches, and we frequently dispatch members of staff from one salon to the other in order to help each other when stylists are on leave. However, each branch has different closure dates and it was difficult to manage the shifts effectively - we even had occasions where one branch had too many members of staff working there. In the midst of this I discovered TimeTree and decided to give it a try.

You can understand at a glance which events overlap and which location each person is at

Originally, we were constantly looking for an application that would be useful for work. Since we simultaneously work on projects in different locations in Osaka, Tokyo, and Nagoya, we thought it would be good if we had something like a shared calendar, where the members could see everything that was happening. Since we often used LINE for making contact in our work, we looked at various possibilities that looked good for sharing with LINE. While we were doing this, we came upon TimeTree. As soon as we had barely checked it out, it was decided that "this is good!"

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Group Case

Being able to see each other’s results improves member motivation.

For the regular public relations work, each member looks for and contacts candidate companies, so the members are working individually. With TimeTree we can now see all of their activities at a glance on the calendar. Previously, it was difficult to see actions of the overall organization, but now that we can see the status of each other’s activities, the members can see the others working hard, which motivates them to do so as well. We expect that continuing this visibility will nurture a feeling of unity in the organization.

You'll be able to instantly read and recognize your complicated musical schedule. A must-have tool for bands!

For instance, there are many individual dates related to each live performance, such as the date on which the live details are announced, the date on which ticket sales begin, and other details for the actual day of the live itself. So, if we have 4 lives in a month, that already makes our schedule really chaotic. Although we share this information on ChatWork, it is ultimately a communication and discussion tool, which makes looking up our schedule information at a later date difficult. But with TimeTree, it is possible for us to see everything at a glance, which is simply wonderful.

Tap the ♥ mark to efficiently share your attendance for the drinking party and concentrate on your plays.

That’s right. I was having a hard time not only telling members basic things like where the match is or when practice is, but also confirming attendance and communicating important information, which caused a lot of stress for me. I tried all sorts of web-based and smartphone app tools, but none of them completely fit our needs. I was looking for something that was right for us when I discovered TimeTree.

So many events in elementary school. Now you can share information with other moms and help each other out.

My family has always used TimeTree to begin with. My daughter started elementary school this April, and the school distributed many printed materials with events on them. When I saw that, I thought of using TimeTree to manage these events, but then I wondered if everyone else would be doing the same. If so, I thought it would be easier for everyone if someone enters the information and shares it with everyone else.

You can see the latest schedule right away! I'm sharing the match schedule with 40 parents of players.

Initially, I received many requests from the parents of my players to let them know the match schedule as early as possible. I tried to send them the schedule by email 1 to 2 months before the match, but because there are often changes to the schedule, not to mention that it can get lost among other emails, I had a hard time ensuring that everyone is keeping up with the latest information. I wanted to find an easier way to share our match schedule and finally found TimeTree for this purpose.

Being able to see each other’s results improves member motivation.

For the regular public relations work, each member looks for and contacts candidate companies, so the members are working individually. With TimeTree we can now see all of their activities at a glance on the calendar. Previously, it was difficult to see actions of the overall organization, but now that we can see the status of each other’s activities, the members can see the others working hard, which motivates them to do so as well. We expect that continuing this visibility will nurture a feeling of unity in the organization.

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Invite member to calendar through message

    Tutorial 2

    Participate to calendar with link on invitation message

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        Tutorial 4

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