Adding stuff from your web mail!

Wouldn’t it be great to send appointments from within your web mail directly to your calendar without having to leave the page?  Scrybe’s bookmarklet contains a neat feature that allows you to do just that.

Say you receive an email from a friend asking for a lunch date…

Just highlight the relevant text in the email and click Scrybe Bookmarklet.  In the bookmarklet, select Event and click Update.

That’s it!

 Adding Events using the Scrybe Bookmarklet

Scrybe automatically assigns the correct date and time by intelligently analyzing the highlighted text. 

Select lists anywhere on the web, click Scrybe Bookmarklet, then Tasks and Update.  Try it out and let us know all about the time you saved.




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10 responses to “Adding stuff from your web mail!

  1. Roger

    Is it possible to send meeting requests with Scrybe yet?

  2. Meeting requests is in the pipeline for Scrybe.

    For now you can share Calendars with individual or multiple contacts.


  3. Axel

    Whoa, cool – today I got my invitation. Wheeeew. And scrybe really is as cool as it seems. Congratulations.

    Alas – Google now has SMS reminders in Germany. And you can configure to be reminded 2days, 1day and 2 hours in advance. Saved my life sometimes 🙂 . In Scrybe … well, there I don’t even have ONE SMS reminder, at least not in Germany.

    Catch up, guys. That’s a killer feature …

  4. ken

    nice feature guys…..what we really want is ical feed into scrybe so that we can do outlook and google calendar sync. I have to use outlook to sync with my smartphone for my business diary, & the family are currently using google calendar for personal stuff – be nice to integrate it all into scrybe where I’m managing my task lists!

  5. Dave

    I’m hoping a Scrybe beta subscriber might share their Scrybe with me. I put my name on the waiting list, but I don’t know how long I’ll have to wait! Thanks in advance.

  6. nemrut

    I tried this for a 3hr meeting, and it did get the correct start time, but it only blocked off 1hr on the calendar.

  7. jessetrahan

    I really wish I could replace Outlook at work with Scrybe! I am playing around with it and really, really like what I see. Now make it easy for me to transition over … and I will!!

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