Longtime x.ai users are well acquainted with Amy and Andrew, the AI scheduling assistants who help you set up meetings over email and Slack. Today, we’re adding a third assistant, Scheduler, for users who prefer a neutral, non-humanized option.
Who and/or What is Scheduler?
Scheduler works exactly the same way that Amy and Andrew do — simply add email@example.com into an email to start scheduling a meeting. You can use Scheduler, Amy, and Andrew interchangeably, simply by CCing firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org!
As a company, we believe it’s important to offer a neutral, non-binary assistant. Additionally, many users have told us they want a “software-like” option to make it easier for their guests to understand how to interact with the tool.
What’s Going to Happen to Amy and Andrew?
Amy and Andrew will continue to be available to use and you can change between all three options at any time, simply by CCing email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com. For any meetings booked directly from the Create tool, Calendar Pages, or Quick URLs, emails will automatically come from the scheduling assistant you most recently used.
How Should I Introduce Scheduler to My Guests?
You can introduce Scheduler just as you might introduce Amy or Andrew. Here are some examples:
Hey Mario. Great chat yesterday, As agreed, let’s meet up to finalize. Scheduler, book a 30 minute zoom call next week.
Hi Diane, I’m copying in my scheduling tool to help us find time to meet. Find 45 minutes in late August over Google Meet and call this “Tech Due Diligence”
Scheduler will then send time options to your guests over email.
Make Scheduler Part of Your Company
Scheduler, Amy, and Andrew are ready to work for you! Whether you’re a team of one or part of a global company, you can fully brand the scheduling experience to reflect your company, not ours.