Meetings are an inevitable and important part of working, but they can get overwhelming and counterproductive for people who have busy schedules, so Avoidting helps to thin out one's calendar by, paradoxically, filling it up. The tricky software service populates one's Google calendar with automatically generated fake meetings, letting them take that time to get some real work done rather than talking about the best ways to get that work done in the future.
Avoidting lets users clear out portions of their day for however many hours they want. The user simply enters the day and time they want to be free and a time period. Avoidting then asks for access to the Google Calendar, and it will fill that specified time with several bogus meetings that sound plausible based on the user's age and location.