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Meetingbird App / Specifications
- • Type: Browser Extension
- • Version: 1.9.0
- • Price: Freeware
- • Offline: No
- • File name: meetingbird.crx
- • Rating average
- 4.6 out of 5
- • Rating users
- • Total downloads
- • Current version downloads
- • Updated: September 18, 2017
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Meetingbird / Description
Meetingbird is reinventing the calendar for busy teams. With the Meetingbird extension for Google Chrome, you can view your calendar and schedule meetings directly from Gmail and Google Inbox.
✓ View your calendars right from Gmail and Google Inbox
✓ One click meeting scheduling
✓ Topic, date, and attendees are automatically prefilled from the email thread you're viewing
✓ Day, week, and month view support
✓ Share your availability for meetings with others
✓ Schedule meetings on multiple calendars
✓ Quickly toggle between different timezones
✓ Easily toggle all of your calendars
✓ Driving directions, meeting history, timezone conversions, and more in Google Calendar
Support and Feedback:
We'd love to hear from you! Drop us a line at email@example.com
Your data is yours and yours only. Meetingbird will never share or distribute your data.
1. Why do you need access to mail.google.com and inbox.google.com?
This is required to allow Meetingbird to display your calendar from within the Gmail or Google Inbox webpage. We NEVER download, store or share your email data in any form. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
2. Why do you need to access my browsing history?
Meetingbird never tracks or stores your browsing history. Ever. When you switch to a Gmail or Google Inbox tab, Meetingbird checks that the calendar events being displayed are up to date. In order to know when you've switched to a Gmail or Inbox tab, Meetingbird requires permission to access Chrome tabs. This permission is described as "view your browsing history", but we only use the tabs permission to know when you've switched to a Gmail or Inbox tab.
3. THIS IS AMAZING! How can I thank you?
Let us know at email@example.com! If you're feeling extra generous, write us a review :).
4. I'm having problems with the extension :(
Sorry about that! We have some amazing team members ready to help at firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Do you support Google Inbox?