SavvyCal changelog
SavvyCal changelog

Invite guests to scheduled events ๐Ÿ’Œ




You can now invite guests to an event after it's been scheduled via SavvyCal! To add a guest, visit the event page and click "Invite a guest". We'll send them an invitation on your behalf and add them to the calendar event.


Note that if you have "Allow the scheduler to add guests" disabled on the link, then this will only be visible to the organizer of the event.

Decline events silently ๐Ÿคซ




You can now opt to decline events without notifying the user. In this case, the user will only receive notification that their event is "Tentative" when they book the event.


In addition, we've rearranged the Events page a bit to better accommodate events requiring approval:

  1. When an upcoming event is awaiting approval, it will appear under the "Upcoming" tab (with a number indicating how many events need approval on that tab).
  2. When an event is awaiting approval but the time slot has passed, it will move to the "Past" tab.
  3. When you decline an event, it will move under the "Canceled" tab with a "Declined" label.

Improved "Add a guest" button ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿ‘ฆ




The interface for adding guests when scheduling a meeting was previously a bit too subtle. We've polished that up!


Optimized availability ๐ŸŽ›




Ever wish your schedule was less fragmented? Optimized Availability can help! To get started, head to one of your scheduling links, click on your Availability in the sidebar, and select "Optimized" mode. From there, you adjust your "Meeting Spacing" and "Time of Day" preferences.


This is just the start! If you have ideas for ways you'd like SavvyCal to help improve the flow of your days, let us know via

Send emails from custom addresses ๐Ÿ’Œ




Sender Profiles allow you to send automated SavvyCal emails from your personal email address instead of the default address address!

Learn more โ†’

This feature is available on the Premium plan.


Exclude attendees from round robin pool ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐Ÿ‘งโ€๐Ÿ‘ฆ




You can now optionally exclude specific attendees from the organizer pool on round robin links! When an attendee is excluded, we'll always include them on the calendar invite (and factor in their availability when presenting time slots).

To get started, click Manage attendees on your round robin link.


Month view for scheduling links ๐Ÿ—“




We heard from customers that sometimes less technical folks prefer the pick a day โ†’ pick time flow rather than the higher-density week view. So, now we have both views!


You can configure global and per-link default settings for your links, and the scheduler can toggle the view depending on their preferences.

Custom event names on scheduling links ๐Ÿช„




In addition to our pre-configured event naming schemes, you can now go fully custom! Use Liquid template variables to inject dynamic info, such as the scheduler's display name, or even answers to custom questions!

Learn more โ†’


Add email recipients to workflows โšก๏ธ




Previously, you could only configure workflow emails to send to event attendees. Now, you can optionally add one or more email addresses to the recipient list. This is useful for notifying someone internally when an event gets booked!


Partial matching for time blocks ๐Ÿงฑ




You can now configure a Time Blocks to match events if the title contains a piece of text. Previously, you had to match the exact event title when defining a time block.