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Unlike most calendars, Daybridge doesn’t confine you to a half-empty grid. So you’re free to structure your day exactly how you like. Mix events, tasks, and notes together in the same place.
Daybridge asks a few questions when you sign up. By learning about your personal situation, we’ll drastically cut down the amount of time you spend adding things to your calendar.
If you work for yourself, then count this as a job.
Optional. We'll use this to estimate travel times accurately.
We'll use this to determine when your day starts.
You can configure a custom schedule, or skip if you don't know in advance.
Before you leave for work. A rough estimate is fine.
This includes school, college, and university.
An estimate is fine if you don't have a consistent bed time.
Pick the option that applies most of the time.
If it varies, then you can tweak this later.
For example, music lessons or volunteering.
Each of your Spaces has its own timeline. It scrolls infinitely in both directions. So you can look back, and plan ahead. Taking a day off? Collapse it to keep things tidy.
Smart cards live on your timeline. They put helpful, relevant information and actions right at your fingertips.
Manage life, work, and everything in between. But keep it all neatly stowed in different Spaces.
Create a Space just for your trip. Daybridge sorts out an itinerary, and even helps you minimise jetlag.
Connect your Daybridge calendar to other products and services you use, through IFTTT.
We want to build a calendar app that works well for everyone. So we’re looking for people from all walks of life to join our free beta programme.
Your data is yours. We'll never sell it to other companies, or give them access to it without permission.
We'll collect data to make sure Daybridge is working. We won't let social media track your activity.
We’ll never show ads on Daybridge. You can be confident we'll never use your data for targeting ads, either.
My name is Kieran, and I'm the developer of Daybridge. I was previously a Senior Backend Engineer at Monzo, a British startup bank, where I built features for millions of customers. I'm passionate about designing and building products that people love and use every day.