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Make your friends finally commit to dinner with these RSVP web apps

They'll help you find the best date and time too.

Collect RVSPs quickly and easily.


Organizing an event is stressful—first you have to figure out your guest list, then you need to pick a date that works for as many people as possible, and finally, you need to make all those potential attendees tell you whether or not they're coming. Instead of calling everyone individually, or even firing off the world's longest chain of emails or text messages, turn to a web app.

These online portals take the stress out of organizing an event by letting guests see all the information in one place, vote for their preferred date and time, and RSVP with a click. In this guide, we collect five of the best web apps for planning an

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