As college students, we have very busy lives and often need a calendar management system like Google Calendar. Whenever a new task comes up, we must manually go to our calendar and find an empty slot. We felt this could be done even more efficiently by building an application which found those empty times for you.
What it does
Epsilon connects to your Google Calendar account to access all events you have scheduled. A user can then specify a new event which has arisen, along with information about how long it will be when and when it needs to be done by. The app will then find an open time in the calendar that the event can be scheduled to.
How I built it
Challenges I ran into
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
Getting a working app in 36 hours.
What I learned
Google Calendar API, building any application is hard; it requires a lot of thought and effort on everyone's part.
What's next for Epsilon
Extending functionality, such as supporting multiple events to be added at once, inserting recommended event into user's calendar.