Create a booking widget and add it to your website. Make it easier for your users to schedule meetings in the click of a button.
Tired of no-shows? With CalHouse, your users will book appointments and we'll do our best to make sure they attend. Use reminders and notifications.
Never pay monthly a subscription for Calendar.com again. CalHouse runs on lifetime pricing, which means that you pay once and that's it forever.
Our online scheduling software is a breath of fresh air and designed to run smoothly on any platform. Whether you're using your phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer, CalHouse is there for you. Schedule wherever you are!
With Caledar.com, you would have to create a new meeting link for every different meeting duration (length). With CalHouse, you can use the same link and offer your users different durations when opened: 15 minutes 30 minutes, 1 hour etc.
If you're already using another calendar app (or even more), you cans sync it to CalHouse. For those using Outlook, Apple, and/or Google's apps, you can create a centralized calendar which shows you what's on your plate in the same app.
Calendar.com doesn't offer a wide range of event types. With CalHouse, you have the ability to make any kind of event you need: one-to-one meetings, group scheduling, round robin, and generally other sort of meeting you might need.
We're glad you asked this question. Join us, and let's have a look at a fair comparison between Calendar.com and CalHouse as scheduling apps.
Both apps offer almost the same basic scheduling features, but differences can be seen on the more advanced features that will make your life easier.
For example, CalHouse gives you the option to customize meeting lengths in the same link, while Calendar.com doesn't: you need to create new links for each length with Calendar.com.
Though, the real difference between the two is on the pricing chapter. Now, let's check out an honest comparison between these apps.
CalHouse offers a lifetime deal offer: pay only once for the scheduling software and enjoy all of its features forever. No limits, no hidden fees or anything else.
You'd have to pay anywhere from $20 to $30 per user/month with Calendar.com, and all of that money piles up in the long run. Especially if you have a lot of users!
At CalHouse, we have a different approach, and this is better for both teams and those that want a personal-use scheduling software:
If you want a scheduling app to keep for just a month or two, then Calendar.com could be a good choice. Though CalHouse is the go-to for long term scheduling.
Looking for a free scheduling software? In this case, both Calendar.com and CalHouse do a good job, as they have generous free plans that allow you to work better.
With CalHouse, you can sync any of the calendars that you're already using.
Connect Google Calendar, Apple iCalendar, Outlook, Microsoft 365 Suite's calendar or any other app. This way, you'll make a hub of all your calendars and the events in them.
Our software is your one-stop calendar where you can have all of your calendars synced and check that's on your plate without having to open different apps.
This works best especially for people that use a calendar app for personal use and another one for work (e.g. Apple for personal use and Outlook for work-related activities).
Calendar.com will limit the amount of calendars you can connect:
1 for the free plan, 3 for the $20 per user/month plan, and $10 for the most expensive plan ($24 or $30 per user/month, according to how you buy it: monthly or yearly subscription).
With CalHouse, you can connect up to 5 calendars using the lifetime deal offer.
Using CalHouse, you can create any event you may need. Whether it is a one-to-one scheduling, a group meeting, or a round robin, CalHouse is here for you.
With Calendar.com, you wouldn't have access to so many events. Their main goal is to help you organise one-to-one and group meetings.
Speaking of which, you can also use CalHouse to host video conferences on multiple platforms: Google Meet, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Skype etc.
CalHouse helps you avoid burnout at any cost. That's why you can limit the amount of meetings you're willing to take over a specific period.
For example, if you want to take just 10 meetings every week, you can limit that and take just 10 conferences. The same goes for daily and monthly.
Conferences can get exhausting, especially when we have to deal with many. In the end, we're all humans, which means that we can only take so many.
Avoid meeting burnout and offer your users the best experience only as much as you can.