April 20, 2012 – Make Smarter Group Decisions

Making group decisions doesn’t have to be so hard. From deciding on a restaurant for a business lunch to picking the best weekend for a girl’s getaway trip, cuts down on the steps involved when groups of friends and colleagues make plans and decisions.

Register for an account with and make sure to add all the email addresses you use – including your work accounts and personal accounts. Adding all your email addresses and connecting to your various social networking accounts makes it easier for friends and associates to find you when they’re making plans through To create your first group plan, type in the email addresses of all the people you’d like to participate in an upcoming event and provide some options for them to choose from. Typical questions on are things like, “Where should we eat lunch,” or “What time should we get together?” When your plan is published, your friends will receive notifications and they can make their selections based on your questions and answer options. People who have questions about the plan can post comments online, which are much easier to follow than the cc’ed email chains most people are used to.

When the majority of your friends have responded to your request for feedback on an upcoming plan, you’ll be able to quickly make a decision about the location, date, and time based on what works best for the majority of people involved. is a great solution for groups of friends and coworkers looking to cut down on the number of back-and-forth emails involved when making basic plans.

Practical Uses:

  • Plan a get-together for a weekend when your friends are in town
  • Hold a luncheon at a new restaurant people want to try
  • Find out what time works best when scheduling a meeting with coworkers
  • Ask your friends where they’d like to go on a group vacation

Insider Tips:

  • Pin details from any website directly onto a new plan page
  • Private photos that are uploaded to are only visible to the members of the associated plan
  • works on iPhones and Androids
  • Smartphone users can use to let friends know when they’re running late to an event

What we liked:

  • cuts down on the number of chain emails friends typically send when planning events
  • Groups who’ve traveled together can view each other’s photos from the trip
  • People can plan parties at times when their friends can actually attend
  • Users can connect their accounts to Twitter, Foursquare, and Facebook

What we didn’t like:

  • Nothing


Company Info:

  • Launched: December 2011 (Beta)
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: London, England
  • Founded by: Rich Waldron, Dom Lewis, and Ali Russell
  • Web site:


  • Free


  1. John

    Did you actually visit the website before writing this review? Because that image is certainly not a screenshot of the site your writing about?

    • I have a few questions and to annoye who answers thanks i really apreciate it cause i really need to know .1) Can you go to an online college with a ged?2) What are some good online colleges that don’t scam you?3) How much does it cost?4) At what age can you start online college? Can you start before the age of 18 as long as your still paying?

  2. Hi John, yes we actually capture the screenshots manually for every site we review. I suspect has since updated their website design.

  3. they just changed their URL

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