Ep 29 – Auto-Scheduler Overview 2022

Almost everyone who time-blocks manually for enough time, starts to wonder what it would be like to automate some of the overheard. Wouldn’t it be nice to click a button and see everything instantly assigned to an optimal time slot in their calendar?

But does such software even exist? The good news is that it does and in this conversation with Dr Melanie Wilson, we update our prior 2018 recording comparing 6 auto-schedulers.

Should you be using one of these AI-infused apps? Tune in to find out what we discovered and you could save some time, stress and even money.

Note: The show was originally recorded in May of 2022.

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Show Notes Ep 29

Dr. Melanie Wilson is a clinical psychologist turned homeschooling mother of six. She publishes the homeschool curriculum Grammar Galaxy and is the author of A Year of Living Productively.



Francis Wade is the host of the Task Management & Time Blocking Virtual Summit and the author of Perfect Time-Based Productivity. Connect with him on Linkedin or send a message here. www.replytofrancis.info

Thanks to Alex_MakeMusic on Pixabay for the opening and closing music.