Organize Teams

More Visibility
Better Communication
  1. See who, what, where, and when for your whole team at a glance.
  2. Communicate efficiently with fewer emails, messages, spreadsheets, or copy-pasting information.
  3. Provide autonomy without risk by creating custom calendar access for each individual and group.

"We have a staff of 14 people and it was always difficult to keep track of where everyone was. The Teamup Calendar allows us to easily coordinate schedules for joint meetings and allows us to see what meetings others are going to resulting in better office communication & collaboration."

President & CEO, a small business

"With over 90 staff and 8 sites across the city of Memphis, our organization had a communication problem. Too many emails and different calendars to keep up with. Now TeamUp helps our staff across the city communicate and be on the same page."

Jonathan Torres, Memphis Athletic Ministries

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Teamup Is No Ordinary Calendar
Organize with Colors

Use color-coded sub-calendars to organize people, places, or events. Assign a sub-calendar to a team member, a resource, a project, a process… anything! Arrange sub-calendars in folders and show or hide as needed.

9 Calendar Views

Go beyond standard calendar views. Use scheduler view to track resource availability, year view for long-term planning, and list view for details and images. Customize with link parameters and emojis!

Flexible, Practical

Work efficiently with specific recurrence rules and keyboard shortcuts. Drag-and-drop to move or copy. Prevent double booking and use custom event fields and event signup to capture the right information.

Easy to Share

Share an entire calendar, selected sub-calendars, or individual events. Manage, modify, or revoke calendar access easily. Create stand-alone event webpages with a click, and easily share events on mobile.

9 Access Levels

Manage centrally with 9 levels of access permissions to allow the right calendar access for the right person or team. Use add-only and modify-from-same-link to track changes. Use read-only for secure sharing without data risk.