Juggling calendars sucks. Missing out on life because you forgot to block time on your work calendar sucks even more.
Reclaim syncs your calendars to keep your work-life balance intact — all while keeping your personal life private.
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Reclaim connects to your work calendar and lets you sync as many additional calendars as you’d like to your work schedule. Just like that, events from your personal calendars get blocked automatically on your work calendar.
You get to decide how personal events show up on your work calendar. You can opt to show as much or as little detail as you’d like to your coworkers.
Reclaim will only mark events on your work calendar as Busy once you’ve actually accepted them — that means that if you get invited to something new, your schedule doesn’t get filled up until you’ve really decided you’re attending.
Reclaim will sync personal events outside or inside of your working hours, which means that you don’t risk getting interrupted by work on the weekends or late at night.
With Reclaim’s Slack integration, you’ll get notified when you get invited to a new personal event. You can RSVP to events directly from Slack, manage Buffer Time, and view your agenda: all in one place.
Just by giving Reclaim access to your work and personal calendars with a few clicks, your calendars will automatically get in sync — and stay there as things change on your schedule. You can add as many personal and side gig calendars as you’d like.
You can tell Reclaim exactly how you’d like your blocked events to appear to others, offering as much or as little context to your coworkers as you’d prefer. You can also decide whether or not you want events blocked outside of your working hours.
This isn’t your grandfather’s calendar sync. Reclaim always keeps your work calendar up-to-date with personal events when they change. Reclaim also keeps your calendar from filling up by only marking your personal event blocks as busy once you’ve actually accepted the invite.