Many of us handle multiple schedules, roles, and groups. A working mother juggles schedules for her children’s cross country meets, theater practice, doctor’s appointments, meetings, and carpool groups. A book club coordinator tries to communicate get-togethers and reading schedules while creating a blog for her group. A veterinarian hopes to get his surgery, regular appointments, and staff schedules organized and easily accessible for everyone. A website called AirSet has a suite of web applications that can help these busy folks coordinate multiple community needs. Known for its calendar and group collaboration tools, AirSet is a place online where users can keep calendars, grocery lists, files, contacts, photo albums, group blogs, websites, collaborative sites called wikis, playlists, and links – all in one spot.
AirSet comes with an impressive bundle of free features, including 1 gigabyte of file storage, web hosting, blog feeds, and SMS notifications for calendar events. It’s this volume of reliable features that makes AirSet different from other group collaboration or calendar tools. You can keep separate information for every group of people in life, from your family to your bicycle club to your business – and you can send reminders via email or text message to members of any group about an event. Your AirSet files and information can be accessed wherever you have an internet connection – and you can keep your information private or share it with whomever you like. Community-building has never been easier.
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