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- Well congratulations, you've reached the end … of this course on Microsoft bookings. … You should now be feeling more comfortable with … how to take advantage of this online … and mobile booking application. … So what comes next? … Well if you don't already have an Office 365 … or Microsoft 365 Business account … and you want to access bookings, you'll need to sign up. … Remember if your organization already subscribes … to an enterprise plan, … there's an add-on you can download too … to access and use bookings. … Now after you have the right Office 365 subscription … and you've set up your bookings and business pages, … as we have in this course, … all you'll need to start using bookings is customers. … So provide the link to your bookings page … on your business cards, on your website, … or by email blast. … It won't be long before you find you have more time … to concentrate on providing your services … because the appointments are virtually … taking care of themselves. … Lastly, it's important to remember that …
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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