Reclaim is a time management assistant, helping you manage meetings, tasks and habits that you're trying to cultivate (recurring personal activities and routines like working out, reading, check email etc). It's a layer on top of your Google Calendar, but it's not a replacement for a project or task manager.
With Reclaim, you'll integrate it with your project manager so it pulls in your tasks for time blocking. It will sync your meetings over from Google Calendar, and you can also add habits into your day to ensure that you have a well-balanced day. Reclaim time blocks your day so when you look at your calendar, you can see what's upcoming and what you need to get done.
Out of all the time management tools, Reclaim is one we find a bit lackluster due to the lack of depth with many features. For instance, it has a basic meeting scheduler, but doesn't allow you ask any questions to the person scheduling the meeting (a feature that is critical for many businesses).
Reclaim can be useful for teams who want to better manage productivity and defend their focus work. For example, Reclaim can automatically find the best time to schedule a meeting with a colleague, scheduling it at a time that leaves more opportunities for chunks of focus work. Reclaim also adds buffer times to your meetings, allowing you to better manage your schedule and prevent burnout.
Reclaim provides analytics on how team member are spending their time, which can be useful for organizations that emphasize the wellbeing of their employees and want to ensure their team members have time for breaks and personal activities.