Interface

The following are "Scenario-based" prototypes. Each prototype demonstrates a use case of the app.

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Scenario 1

Schedule a Talk

The scenario: Kate wants to talk to Bill today. So she scheduled a talk with him.

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Kate has just sent a schedule to Bill and is waiting for Bill's response.

Bill confirms the schedule.

1 hour later

At 10:41 AM

The app "calls" both users at the same time.

Scenario 2

"Let me call you back in 10 minutes."Continued from Scenario1

(Continued from the previous scenario.) Bill can't talk at the moment, but he can in 10 minutes. Instead of having to remember to call back in 10, he can simply reschedule the talk to 10 minutes later. If Kate is OK with it, they will talk later.

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Kate confirms the schedule and will talk to Bill in 10 minutes.

Bill is busy and can't talk at the moment. He reschedules the talk to 10 minutes later.

10 minutes later

At 10:51 AM

The app "calls" both users at the same time.

Introducing
ASAP

ASAP is a special kind of schedule that does not require a particular time.

ASAP is an "open-end" schedule where a talk can happen anytime after the schedule is sent.

When person A sends an ASAP to person B, the talk will happen as soon as Person B confirms. In other words, Person B decides what timet the talk happens (whenever he/she confirms).

The following scenario demonstrates how ASAP works

Scenario 3

Talk ASAP

Kate wants to talk to Bill as soon as possible. She doesn't know if Bill is available now. She sends an ASAP to Bill. As soon as Bill confirms, the talk will start on both ends. The talk will happen at Bill's earliest convenience.

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Kate wants to talk to Bill as soon as possible. She uses the ASAP function on Bill.

When Bill clicks confirm, the talk will start right away; Bill decides when the talk starts.