Moms do it. Coaches, too. Principals have to. You name it: scout troops, drama clubs, choirs, sports teams, dance groups, schools, churches and organizations of all kinds schedule events, practices, meetings and fundraisers and must get that information to their groups. When it is important for a group of people be somewhere at a special time, someone will have to plan and communicate it.
The frustration that I faced in many of these roles was in gathering and disseminating information easily and accurately. School was especially challenging. With over 25 teachers and support staff plus up to 300 students and their families to schedule for any given activity, it was smooth sailing if nothing changed. Try getting THAT to happen! Change was normal! Outdoor sports can get postponed due to weather. Indoor activities can be rescheduled for any set of reasons. Life has “moving parts.”
Easy setup, too; it takes moments to do. I created an imaginary team so that I could see just how simple it is. Here is my first scheduled event – a team practice. See the checkbox at the bottom? If it were real, I could send the update to the entire team with one check mark!