Planypus – Make plans with your friends
Oh there was a time in my life when this would’ve been great. I hate making plans. Of course so do my friends and I don’t think any amount of social software would’ve helped us…
Posted by seoulfully on Friday, December 29th, 2006 at 9:12 am.
Thanks for the mention. The great part of Planypus is that you dont have to make any plans. As long as you just suggest something to do, your friends (together or seperately) can plan it for you. In fact, many of our users love the “I don’t want to be an organizer” link just for that exact reason. Call it lazy planning if you will :).
Left by Alex on December 29th, 2006
Interesting, I checked out Reckoo and Planypus yesterday, I think somebody dugg Reckoo and probably Alex posted a link to Planypus there… Great concept, I created an account at Reckoo but not at Planypus, prolly due to laziness (and the default city was Chicago, not San Francisco, LOL), I will have to check out Planypus again this weekend… the “I don’t want to be an organizer” feature is GREAT!!!
Reckoo was pretty impressive though, I created an account and it went and got my Flickr profile pic and I think it was able to figure out my location… It also uses the Plaxo widget to import your contacts from everywhere else…
Left by ayn on December 29th, 2006
hehe, I just registered at Planypus and they use the same Plaxo thing to import contacts too… a few things weren’t exactly intuitive, like changing my city by clicking “chicago, il” in my profile, or how to confirm my cellphone number by clicking “change”…
We’re planning a full redesign that should address some of the usability problems..meanwhile I will look into the issues you had and see what we can do about them. Thanks!
Left by Yan on December 29th, 2006
we’re glad yo like the “i dont want to be organizer” link. As for the city, its being a bit screwy but we are actively working on it. Definitely let us know anything else and we will work on bringing it to you. THanks for the feedback!
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