Not having to worry about the back and forth of "what time works for you on which day" and throwing in times has made scheduling meetings much easier on myself and my clients. They can just select the time that works for them and it's done! I've even had clients enjoy it so much that they go and sign-up for an account after I've used it to interact with them.
1: I use the Gmail plugin, and have several different Gmail accounts, so if I ever switch off my work Gmail account (after I switch back even), I'm forced to log back into Assistant.to.
2: Only one recipient is allowed. You can CC someone else, but if that person selects the time, it adds it to the main recipients calendar, and no one else on the email gets invited. Would prefer a way to allow multiple people to be invited all from the same interface.
3: Unsure of how it works with other calendar platforms. I use Gmail only, so I'm not sure if it actually gets auto-added to a calendar on say... Outlook... once a time is selected. Also, if I change the time via Assistant.to, does it auto change on other calendar platforms as well?
4: Would like the ability to cut out all the extra text ahead of time and not have to delete the unwanted info every single email.
5: Once I have selected the times I want, if I failed to include certain info in the invite, I have to delete it all and start all over again. Should be easier to alter the meeting text, title, or even timezone
6: Changing timezones deletes all selected times, even if the slots are the same you'd be selecting.
Saves me a bunch of time, when I don't have to edit the text on the invites. Using this, I've found that I have a greater chance of getting a client to accept a meeting than before I used it. If I sent "what time works for you" they have to go look, and decide, etc. Using this, clients can just blindly click a time without even replying to my email, and the meeting is scheduled.