Tungle is an easy way to book meetings with individuals and groups

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Tungle is a great service that isn’t necessarily BlackBerry specific, but is of great use to the type of user who would own a BlackBerry.

Tungle is the easiest way to schedule meetings. The service was born out of the redundancy that occurs every time people send back-and-forth emails saying “what time is good for you?”

Until now, Tungle has been focused on one-on-one and small group meetings, which represent 95% of all meetings. Over the last 9 months, Tungle has been working on the best possible way to set up group meetings. You can now add or remove participants, change the times you’ve proposed, as well as the location and any of the meeting details.

The system of booking meetings is very much like booking between individuals. Users select blocks of time that they’re available, and Tungle schedules the meeting based on everyone’s availability.

Sign up for your free Tungle account and give it a try for yourself.

Are there any features you would like to see in the next version of Tungle? Let us know in the comments.

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