Good to hear that others need this functionality as well.
I am not sure if that is part of the app yet, but one should be able to construct experiments out of modules (protocols), basically daisy-chaining these – eg., an experiment might start with a behavioural protocol A, then B, then followed by ePhys protocol A, then ephys protocol B, then immuo protocol A. these are all timed, and required unique resoureces, that could be associated automatically with the protocol, so that all is booked automatcally and the calendar is updated. As Bo @Boning said, at the moment Findings is nothing more than a protocol database, and I can do that myself.
But Findings is not the only software that has not yet recognised what a lot of labs, at least in the neuroscience community, really need – the resources and techniques united in one lab are so diverse and experiments consist of a variety of highly different procedures. And you have a couple of grad students, post docs, and the army of undergrads around that all participate in getting various projects done. Software that helps with that task is absent. Or costs and arm and a leg, and I am not ready to fork out 500 dollars a month for a silly subscription to a company that thinks they should keep my classified data on their servers. What most providers also do not seem to understand is that we are entrusted with government money to finance our studies, and Universities are keen on keeping the data in-house or with dedicated providers that ensure full complicance with the funding agencies data management plans. So usually a cloud solution is simply a no go. And it will never be for me anyways because I do not feel safe distributing these data and always relying on the internet to do my work.
I think there is a market for a PROPER lab management solution that recognises these basic needs. The new Findings, I am afraid, is utterly useless.