Do you find yourself wasting hours wondering how to best use the scheduling tools you are wired in and feel frustrated with the process? Turns out, you are not alone. Here’s your tribe in the Twitterverse!
Scheduling tools are supposed to help lessen your burden and simplify your life. However, they are simply digital tools that are fully capable of adding chaos to your day. Scrolling through Twitter, we found plenty of people who seemed upset (enraged in some cases) over their experiences with these do-gooder digital warriors!
The irony though!
Man, I wish I had enough money to hire someone to do all my scheduling for me. Ironic how time saving tools can eat up so much of your time.
— John Cullen (@nellucnhoj) November 5, 2018
Where’s that wine?
Hella frustrated with useless social scheduling tools. Honestly suprised how suboptimal so many of them are! Leg day can’t some soon enough. I think no more work tonight when I get home. Just a smoothie, a wine & the mummy
Take that, work!! pic.twitter.com/TOwcaHpCcJ
— Kerri 💫 Nina Nikolic (@kidkerrigan) September 9, 2018
That definitely did not go as planned
Niiiiice. One day of using Instagram’s new poxy scheduling tools and I get shadow banned 😩
I HATE you, Instagram.
— BestECigs (@UKBestECigs) February 6, 2018
“Et Tu Brute?”
OMG I hate you email scheduling tools. You can’t be trusted.
— Mike Nellis (@MikeNellis) April 11, 2014
Oh, you did not!
“Hi Giovanni! Not sure if you missed my last 4 emails trying to sell you a snake oil social media tool that tells you the same stats that Facebook gives you for free, but let me know when you’d like to schedule a call so I can absolutely waste the little time you have.”
— Giovanni Colantonio (@MarioPrime) July 2, 2018
The consumer is king, remember?
You should realized by now that an apology does not get our schedule back. Time for a new tool. Not @buffer Waste of investment into it.
— Jᴏʜɴ Lɪᴍᴅɪᴍᴀꜱ (@johnlimdimas) September 21, 2018
When consumers too notice!
if your biz is using some sort of online scheduling tool, its a waste of customer's time when its not updated. k thnx bye.
— Stella Garber (@startupstella) February 10, 2016
Time difference is the worst, no?
Yes, we should definitely schedule via a table in some email rather than using a free scheduling tool that won't screw up time zones.
— Donnie Berkholz (@dberkholz) May 23, 2016
It’s not ALL that bad
@DavidSpinks It also helps to let people argue with your automated scheduling tool, rather than you personally.
— Thursday Bram (@thursdayb) May 1, 2014
Solid Fear Of Missing Out!
Got an email from @calendly and the subject line started with "You're missing…". Terrifying. Maybe not a good subject line for a scheduling tool…
— Kristen Hayden Safdie (@KristenLearning) January 17, 2019
Well, at least you know you’re not alone.