Game Scheduling: How Do?

Literally the only thing I miss about high school is how easy it was to get together for games. Now that I’m in my 30s, its impossible to get any number of grown-ups in the same room at the same time once a week (sometimes we can’t manage twice a week).

Luckily, there’s Doodle (https://doodle.com, iOS, Google Play).

Doodle is a scheduling service you can use from your browser or your intelligent device of choice. It allows you to set a time frame and location, and you can invite users even if they don’t have an account. Every participant selects the time slot/s that work best for them (with an optional “I can go if you really NEED me” option), and now you have everybody’s availability at your fingertips!

My real-life table games involves five other adults from four other households, so Doodle has been invaluable. I make a poll for every new month and we pick our best game days from there.

How do you guys get around the perils of adulthood and schedule for your games?

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