App Store and Google Play.
It’s time to ditch the default, and get an organizer that works for you and the people you connect with on a regular basis. Necessity is the mother of all invention, they say. And, it was in this case too. Busy households using various programs and apps to track and schedule their life — work obligations, family functions, social events, to-do lists, appointments, activities — needed something that brought it all together, and also happened to be easy to coordinate and share. So we made it happen by creating COOSHA, and used the theme of ‘coordinate and share’ as inspiration for the name.
I invite you to coordinate and share your world with COOSHA. Keep your entire network in one place without the hassle of using multiple applications to organize your life. – Amela Unsworth, Co-Founder
With COOSHA, you can create and manage as many calendars as you want. There are two types of calendars to choose from – Personal or Group. With Personal Calendars, you can categorize all the different areas of your life; however it works for you and when you share the categories, rather than the entire calendar, you get to pick and choose who gets to see what when they view your calendar.
Suppose your main Calendars are titled Social, Kids, Work, and Fitness. With the Social Calendar, your categories could include Family Gatherings, Dinner Parties, and Girls/Guys Night Out. Share the categories that matter with the people that matter, like another couple, family member or a group of friends.
You can also create Group Calendars to combine schedules and keep everyone in-sync.
Let’s say you try to work out regularly with friends or co-workers. You’ll make it to the gym more often when others depend on you, and everyone has access to the same consistent exercise schedule. People have a tendency to drop off when an event is not right there in black and white. What’s your excuse when you know Wednesday is Leg Day?
The problem with most shared calendars is that you must share an account plus you’re stuck with seeing other events that are irrelevant to you in your calendar as well. Not secure or flexible enough. Or, do you have completely separate calendars, but send each other invites? With other calendars, all events remain private until individual events are shared out. Every time, a user has to choose who sees an event. Modifying events and coordinating with others can be confusing and time consuming. Synchronizing between platforms isn’t always practical. Then there’s always the under sharing and over sharing, which are annoying problems. It’s all too much work, and easy to forget. Before you know it, nobody is making it to Leg Day.
COOSHA also includes shareable To-Do Lists, which makes it easy to organize, no matter what you’re planning. Whether you’re sharing a grocery list, managing a project, planning a trip or just keeping track of household chores, COOSHA has you covered.
Coordinate and share your world with COOSHA.
Pretty soon, you’ll consider it to be your one-stop “life organizer”.
Amela Unsworth is the Co-Founder and Creative Director of COOSHACAL Inc. She strongly believes that our paths in life can take us on some amazing journeys that lead us to where we need to be. A busy household with a husband who works 80 hours a week, kids in soccer, swimming, school, plus play dates, doctor appointments and nontraditional work hours can be chaotic and hard to manage. Never mind finding time for yourself and your life partner. She struggled for years to find a balance between being a mother, a wife and a mompreneur without neglecting her family. How does one manage it all and still succeed? Well, that question led her, at last, to the path she was to follow. After using various organizational apps that didn’t quite help her manage family, work and social life, she decided to take on another challenge and design her own calendar to help organize her chaotic lifestyle, COOSHA Calendar.