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Cal.com Launches Cal.ai – Bill Hartzer

Cal.com, a leader in scheduling and appointment management, is launching Cal.ai, an AI tool. Cal.com aims to connect 1 billion people by 2031, and Cal.ai is a step towards that goal, streamlining the scheduling process for individuals and organizations.

Known for its user-friendly open scheduling infrastructure, Cal.com is simplifying scheduling even further with Cal.ai. This AI extension eliminates the need for back-and-forth emails, revolutionizing how users manage their calendars and appointments.

Peer Richelsen, Co-CEO of Cal.com, expressed their pride in being at the forefront of the AI revolution, noting that Cal.ai is just the beginning. AI has the potential to enhance human creativity and productivity by freeing up more time for individuals. With today’s busy lifestyles, time is more valuable than ever, and Cal.com is committed to using cutting-edge technology to help users make the most of their time.

Cal.com offers a range of features to streamline scheduling:

  • Calendar Integration: Connect multiple calendars from various platforms seamlessly.
  • Video Conferencing: Choose from various video conferencing software options to link with your Cal.com account.
  • Automated Scheduling: Streamline scheduling processes with automation.
  • Round Robin Scheduling: Assign tasks or designate meeting hosts individually or by team in rotation.
  • Developer-Friendly: Developers can explore and contribute to Cal.com to expand its capabilities.
  • High Security: Cal.com prioritizes user privacy and offers self-hosting options for enhanced security.
  • Multilingual Support: Available in over 40 languages, making Cal.com accessible worldwide.

The introduction of the AI extension is a milestone in Cal.com’s mission to connect people globally. It empowers users with intelligent scheduling capabilities, enhancing overall productivity.

Experience the future of scheduling with Cal.com and its AI extension by visiting https://cal.com/ai today and claim your username.

 

This article was written by AI and edited by Bill Hartzer.