General Questions

1. Type “Calendar” into the Search Bar and hit Enter.
2. Click on Settings.
3. Select “Manage accounts”.
4. Add an account.
5. Enter your credentials and create the account.
6. After the successful creation of the account, the events will sync automatically with the calendar and thus also with Meeter.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/help/17198/windows-10-set-up-email

First, please check if you have an event scheduled for today as Meeter only fetches events of the current day (unless you allowed fetching events for one week in the settings. This feature will be available by Monday, May 11th). If you have an event in your calendar that contains a meeting link somewhere (doesn’t matter in which field exactly) and it still doesn’t show up, it might be due to a meeting format that we haven’t implemented yet. Please send us an email with the link format (you can change the numbers at the end to make the link not usable anymore) and we will add it within <24hrs. You can contact us here.

You can simply connect third-party calendars by adding them in Apple’s default Calendar.app. Just open the default calendar, go the the menu and select “Add Account…” and select your account. After adding your calendar account there, you can close Apple’s calendar app and don’t have to use it anymore if you don’t want, your account is automatically registered with Meeter now and you will see your upcoming events in the menu bar!

For more information on how to do this, see Apple’s official support page

We are eager to hear from you! Any kind of feedback would be fantastic. We built this app based on what we thought would be useful and would like to make it useful for as many people as possible.

You can reach us by contacting: patricelbecker@gmail.com

We are 3 computer science students (2 from Germany and 1 from Austria) and another co-founder from the UK who handles the business side of things. Two of us study at ETH Zurich in Switzerland, one of us studies at Imperial College London and another one of us studied at University of Oxford.

Joseph Hillenbrand designed our logo and our App Store screens.

This is a work-in-progress and we are constantly working on improving it. Until we have a full release, we do not intend to charge any money

Privacy

First, please check if you have an event scheduled for today as Meeter only fetches events of the current day (unless you allowed fetching events for one week in the settings. This feature will be available by Monday, May 11th). If you have an event in your calendar that contains a meeting link somewhere (doesn’t matter in which field exactly) and it still doesn’t show up, it might be due to a meeting format that we haven’t implemented yet. Please send us an email with the link format (you can change the numbers at the end to make the link not usable anymore) and we will add it within <24hrs. You can contact us here.

You can simply connect third-party calendars by adding them in Apple’s default Calendar.app. Just open the default calendar, go the the menu and select “Add Account…” and select your account. After adding your calendar account there, you can close Apple’s calendar app and don’t have to use it anymore if you don’t want, your account is automatically registered with Meeter now and you will see your upcoming events in the menu bar!

For more information on how to do this, see Apple’s official support page

We do not store any of your data at all. Your data never leaves the device, there is not backend of Meeter. We value privacy a lot ourselves. We do not make any money with this app.

Technical Questions

1. Type “Calendar” into the Search Bar and hit Enter.
2. Click on Settings.
3. Select “Manage accounts”.
4. Add an account.
5. Enter your credentials and create the account.
6. After the successful creation of the account, the events will sync automatically with the calendar and thus also with Meeter.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-ca/help/17198/windows-10-set-up-email

First, please check if you have an event scheduled for today as Meeter only fetches events of the current day (unless you allowed fetching events for one week in the settings. This feature will be available by Monday, May 11th). If you have an event in your calendar that contains a meeting link somewhere (doesn’t matter in which field exactly) and it still doesn’t show up, it might be due to a meeting format that we haven’t implemented yet. Please send us an email with the link format (you can change the numbers at the end to make the link not usable anymore) and we will add it within <24hrs. You can contact us here.

You can simply connect third-party calendars by adding them in Apple’s default Calendar.app. Just open the default calendar, go the the menu and select “Add Account…” and select your account. After adding your calendar account there, you can close Apple’s calendar app and don’t have to use it anymore if you don’t want, your account is automatically registered with Meeter now and you will see your upcoming events in the menu bar!

For more information on how to do this, see Apple’s official support page

We are eager to hear from you! Any kind of feedback would be fantastic. We built this app based on what we thought would be useful and would like to make it useful for as many people as possible.

You can reach us by contacting: patricelbecker@gmail.com

Check out our settings screen, you can toggle this functionality there!