Once your Bookings page is ready, you need to get the word out to your customers. In this video, learn how to publish your page and share a link via email with one or more customers.
- [Instructor] Once your Booking page … is all set and ready to go, … it's time to get the word out to our customers. … That means publishing our page … and sending out a link via email, … posting it to various platforms, like social media, … a website, even electronic documents … and that's what we're going to explore in this movie. … So the first step is to go to our Booking page, … clicking it over here on the left-hand side … in the navigation pain. … We've been here before to preview. … Save and publish allows us to take a look at it … but also creates a link … that we can share with our customers. … Unpublish is what we use to change the status back … to not published while we made additional modifications. … So down below, you can see some other options … just before we save and publish. … Booking page access control. … You can narrow it down so that only people … in our organization with an Office 365 account can book. … Well, we want customers from all over the world … to be able to book. …
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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