Integration spotlight: TimeBridge

Posted by on 14 Jan 2010

Posted by on 14 Jan 2010

Organizing meetings can be an incredibly tedious and annoying process. From making sure that everyone’s schedules are in-sync to getting all the slides and notes in order, there’s just a lot of constantly shifting stuff to deal with. Argh! That’s why we’re really excited to announce our newest API integration: TimeBridge. Together, TimeBridge and Evernote are here to save the day (and your meetings).

TimeBridge in their own words

TimeBridge is a web application that makes it incredibly easy to schedule and lead great meetings—and follow up after you meet. Think of us as your calendar-wrangling, agenda-making, note-taking, team-motivating, secret weapon in the battle against workplace inefficiency. In short, we exist so that you can be a meeting hero!

Now with Evernote!

TimeBridge used the Evernote API to allow meeting participants to easily save all the notes from a given meeting directly into their Evernote accounts. This is great because you’re now able to easily search and find every meeting note you’ve ever taken in one always accessible spot—your Evernote account. You can even share your meeting notes by creating a Shared Notebook or by emailing the notes to colleagues.

Special offer for Evernote users

For a limited time, the generous folks at TimeBridge are offering any Evernote users that upgrade to TimeBridge Plus a $20 Starbucks gift card. To take advantage of this offer, sign up for TimeBridge using this link.

The Evernote API

Learn more about the Evernote API on our developer page, and join the hundreds of developers currently working with the Evernote API to create new and exciting integrations.


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3 Comments RSS

  • penny1132

    yes,i need

  • Chris Beaman

    Pretty cool, I’ll have to try out TimeBridge.

  • Tim Meisenheimer

    Is TimeBridge still a viable partner? I tried to sign up on their website for services, but I couldn’t. Did they quit when they sold out to Merchant Circle? It seems so, since that piece of news from 2010 is still on the website.