Let's Calendar Software

About Let's Calendar

Let's Calendar allows businesses to send bulk invites to registered audiences across events, webinars and conferences. It helps users block prospect attendees' calendar for specific date or time and ensure their presence at the event. Let's Calendar is device-agnostic, allowing businesses to use the application on all types of devices connected to the user's email address and remind the user to attend events anywhere. Using Let's Calendar, organizers can give a boost to event attendee turnout and ensure a successful event. ...

Let's Calendar Pricing

Forever Free Plan, get 100 credits each month. Basic features and functions

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Let's Calendar User Reviews

OVERALL RATING

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Anonymous

Company size: 51-200 employees

Time used: Less than 6 months

Review Source: Capterra

This review was submitted organically. No incentive was offered
5

Ease-of-use

out of 5
5

Value for money

out of 5
5

Customer support

out of 5
5

Functionality

out of 5

April 2022

Great Product

10/10

Pros

Ease of use and simplicity. Customer service

Cons

Reporting needs improvement but i think this is in the pipeline.

Reasons for choosing Let's Calendar

Nothing else out there

Mark

Company size: 51-200 employees

Industry: Venture Capital & Private Equity

Time used: Less than 6 months

Review Source: Capterra

This review was submitted organically. No incentive was offered
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Ease-of-use

out of 5
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Value for money

out of 5
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Customer support

out of 5
4

Functionality

out of 5

February 2022

Misleading Free Trial, Won't Refund

Let's Calendar has a simple promise: They'll send out bulk calendar events, and can integrate with any system to do so. Until it can't, that is. I signed up for the free trial and did a 'demo send' in the platform. The demo send worked as advertised! As a result, I signed up to the paid product, at which point it became clear that one would need to do custom configuration to send SMTP from one's own system. This is where the problems started. While the site claimed, "We currently provide integration with any and all SMTP services that follow SMTP protocol and standard Authentication method" this doesn't mean the service WORKS with all SMTP services. My provider, Campaign Monitor, apparently doesn't support attachments via SMTP. Because Let's Calendar won't send from their own domain, this means one needs more custom configuration, IT setup and help to actually get the value from the service. As a result, I requested to cancel for a refund, given the 'free trial' experience is fundamentally different from the paid, and the paid experience was broken for me. After much back and forth, the Let's Calendar team was clear: They would not issue a refund. Even though no actual campaigns outside a 3 person test was ever 'sent' (unsuccessfully). It's clear Let's Calendar will just take your money, even if the product can't deliver as advertised.

Pros

Straightforward user interface Solves real problem

Cons

Free trial experience doesn't reflect actual product experience Won't issue refund, even if cannot use with your ESP

Response from Manomay Informatics

Let's Calendar offers "Forever Free" plan. We are assuming that one life is enough for the trial. First "signup" allows customers to go through wizard which initiates an invitation as a test. This gives you 10 credits per month. Adding your SMTP configuration adds another 90 credits under "Forever FREE" plan (i.e. 100 credits per month). We recommend adding your SMTP server details, so that you can perform "Live" testing of sending invitations. Customer is under no obligation to upgrade if they are under "Forever Free" plan. We do support ANY SMTP services, provided your SMTP service provider can perform basic activity like other major EMAIL service providers. Let's Calendar team went above & beyond to help you. We take THREATS/BLACKMAILS seriously. If you would have requested, probably we would have refunded you. Unfortunately, you started your conversation with THREAT/BLACKMAIL. We never MISLEAD our customers. Please stop trying to extort money from small startups.

Replied February 2022