Before publishing your Bookings page you can preview it. In this video, learn how to customize, save, and publish your Bookings page for previewing.
- [Instructor] As you're setting up your bookings page … with business information, … maybe adding services tweaking things … like the scheduling policy, … at some point you may be wondering what it's going … to look like for your customers. … Well, in that case, … you might consider saving … and publishing and then unpublishing … as you continue to work on your bookings page. … That's what we're going to do right now. … So if you've been following along, … we left off here at the booking page … where we did make some modifications … to scheduling policy. … But right now, we're curious, … what does this look like? … Well, we do get a feel … on the right hand side, … there's a little preview for the design … of our bookings page, … but let's go to save and publish. … And as soon as we do that, … you'll notice that a brand new link is created. … This is the link we can share with customers. … We can do it a number of different ways. … We could share on Facebook, Twitter, … or in an email. …
This course covers everything you need to begin booking appointments with ease. Instructor David Rivers begins by walking through how to set up your business offerings and public calendar. David then shows how to create and manage your customer and staff lists, set scheduling policies, and assign staff to open appointment dates and times. He also covers how to manage your bookings from a mobile device.
Skill Level Beginner
What you need1m 30s
1. Set Up Your Booking Page
2. Manage Staff and Bookings
3. Use Bookings on Other Devices
Next steps1m 19s
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