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Posted By Andrew On June 27, 2011 @ 8:05 PM In Cool Sites | Comments Disabled
Do you like to golf? Would you like to make it easier to plan your golf outings without the hassle of e-mailing, texting, or calling everyone to put it together?
Well then, Scrambl is for you!
How does it work? It’s easy! Scrambl will send out the invitations to golf and then the group can reply with whether they’ll attend and then the group can vote for the best day and time.
If this is something you think you’ll get a lot of use out of I suggest creating an account which both free and easy to do. Just click Login at the top of the page, scroll down the page that loads to the create account section, and fill out the form with your name, e-mail address, and create a password. You’ll get a greeting e-mail which I thought was a fantastic touch, and an account activation e-mail. Make sure you click the confirmation link in the account activation e-mail so that your account will be activated.
Now all you have to do is click Create Event, add your golf course, itinerary, select a range of dates, and select who you’d like to invite. You can even import contacts from your e-mail address to make it even easier to connect with your golf buddies! When you’ve got everything set up for your event click the Create Event button at the bottom of the form and then wait for your buddies to reply with what times and dates work for them!
Also, if you see the feedback & support button the left side of the page you can click that to leave the site’s creators feedback on how this project could be made more useful to you, or commend them on their fine work if you really like it the way it functions now.
This is an awesome way to schedule times to golf with your friends and it cuts out the hassle of having to call and then call back to get things arranged.
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