With your Google Calendar integration, you can choose to allow your clients to choose the date and time for their shoot. This means that when your clients are placing an order, they will be prompted to choose a date and then a specific time for their shoot. This will allow them to see your full availability and schedule a time that works great for both of you.
How to set up Clients Choose Date and Time mode
Click the steps below for a detailed walk-through:
Step 1: Click Accounts tab
Step 2: Click App Integration tab
Step 3: Choose "Clients Choose Date and Time"
Step 4: Choose timeframe for Next Appointment Offered
Step 7: Choose Appointment Start interval
Step 8: Choose Drive Time Allowance
Step 9: Select day and time availability
Step 1: Click the Accounts tab at the top of the page.
Step 2: Click the App Integration tab on the left-hand side.
Step 3: click here for step-by-step instructions. Note: if you have not integrated your Google Calendar yet,
Step 4: Select when you would like the next appointment to be offered when a client is scheduling. This can be anywhere from Tomorrow to 10 Days Out.
Step 5: Select the maximum number of appointments that you would like to take in 1 day. This can be from 1-10 or no limit.
Step 6: Select your maximum hours of work per day that you would like. This can be from 1-10 hours or no limit.
Step 7: Select your Appointment Start Interval. This means how often you want to offer appointments. For example, if you want to allow clients to choose 9am, 9:30am, 10am, etc; then you will set the interval to 30 minutes.
Step 8: Select the Drive Time Allowance for driving between photoshoots.
Step 9: Then, select the days of the week that you want for availability. You will also need to choose available times for appointments. This can be done by moving the sliders on each day. Note: If you want to ensure you have breaks in the day, you can add time sections by clicking the "+" button to the right of each day.
Step 10: If needed, you can change the scheduling message that appears for clients when they are placing an order. By default, the message is "Please Call to Schedule".
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