As the administrator for Bookings in Office 365, or as a staff member, you may not always be connected to your calendar and would like to have a hard copy of what you have scheduled for a give time period. In this video, you will know how to print the company calendar and your own calendar to show bookings and include bookings details.
- [Instructor] Well as you know,…Bookings is part of Office 365,…which is all about working online and being connected.…So what happens on those occasions…when you're not connected?…You might want to have a hard-copy of your schedule,…and of course you can print it out from Bookings.…That's what we're going to do right now.…All you need to do is select a busy week, a month,…a busy day if you wanted to print that out,…and go to the Print button at the top.…From here, you get to choose the calendar you want to print.…
So, you can set up more than one calendar…for an organization.…You can see we only have one when we click the dropdown,…and that's the one we want to use.…Now we can choose the view,…and Week shows up here by default, at least for me,…and I can see that work week right here,…and that's what I was looking at when I went to print.…But we can change that.…If you want to look at the whole month, you can do that.…If you want to look at just the current day,…you could do that as well.…I'm going to leave it at week,…
This course covers everything you need to begin booking appointments with ease. Author David Rivers begins with a tour of the Bookings interface and walks 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 working hours, and assign staff to open appointment dates and times. Plus, learn how to manage and make bookings from a mobile device.
- Defining your business offerings
- Setting scheduling policies
- Publishing and previewing your booking page
- Creating your customer and staff lists
- Booking appointments
- Assigning staff to bookings
- Managing bookings on mobile devices