Join the FreeBu beta test and get a low user account number :-)

We are now expanding the beta test of our new calendar sharing system FreeBu

Right now, we have just passed account number 75 so if you would like to be among the first 100 users, create your free-for-life account at !

Why use FreeBu?

Well, you can put links like “My calendar is available at in you email footer.

Or, you can create team links that show the availability of everyone in the team, regardless of what calendar system they are using (We support Google Calendar, Microsoft Office365 and Apple iCloud Calendar).

And, if you are a developer and would like to spend your time on building the ultimate Family Calendar app, please add /JSON at the end of the url.

Or, add your family members to get the /family to show you what is going on today in the calendars.

Or, if you would like to check the luch availability among your friends: Mark them as favorites and use /lunch.

Have fun!

Mikael Runhem

2 thoughts on “Join the FreeBu beta test and get a low user account number :-)”

    1. Hi Lars!

      For the moment, no, on-premise installed Exchange servers are not supported.

      We do offer an option to add an ICS-file calendar providers, but that would require you to host those
      ics-file on a publicly available url so it would probably not be of that much use to you.

      We are however considering developing a WebDAV endpoint to which your Exchange server can publish your calendar free/busy-data,
      but this is probably 2-3 weeks away.

      Please let me know if you would be interested in being part of a test-group for beta test such a feature.

      Best regards,
      Johan Olofsson
      Developer @freebu

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