Creating Panel meetings

Panel meetings allow your Customers to book a time to meet with multiple Team members simultaneously. When a Customer visits your Master page, they will see availability based on the specific panel combination. You can create panels with specific Team members, or dynamic panels that use Resource pools to assign the relevant Team member. 

In this article, you'll learn how to create a Panel meeting.

Requirements

To create a Panel meeting, you must be a OnceHub Administrator.

Creating a Panel meeting

  1. Go to Setup and click the plus    button in the Master pages pane.
  2. The New Master page pop-up appears (Figure 1). Figure 1: New Master page pop-up
  3. Select Rule-based assignment as the Master page scenario.
  4. Populate the pop-up with a Public name, Internal label, Public link and an image if you choose. Then, click Save & Edit. You'll be redirected to the Master page Overview section to continue editing your settings.
  5. Go to the Assignment section of the Master page.
  6. In the Rule types step, select Dynamic. 
  7. In the Event-based rules step, click Add rule.
  8. Use the Event types drop-down to select which Event types will be offered on your Master page. 
  9. Use the Primary team member drop-down to choose a Booking page or Resource pool.
    • The Primary team member owns the calendar event and determines the settings of the meeting, including the location, the Booking form, the post-scheduling flow, notifications and third-party integrations
    • If you select a Resource pool as your Primary Team member, bookings will be assigned to Team members according to the pool's distribution method.
    •  You can only select one Primary team member.
  10. Use the Additional team members drop-down to select additional Booking pages and/or Resource pools to participate in the meeting.
    • Additional team members are added as guests/attendees to the Primary team member’s calendar event and are cc'd on all notifications sent to the Primary team member. 
    • You can select an unlimited number of Additional team members. 
  11. Click Save.
  12. Next, go to the Labels and instructions section and define the Public labels that your Customers will see. Here, you can also define selection instructions for your Customers. You should define what a Panel member represents, such as a consultant, interviewer, advisor, or Team member. 
  13. Move on to the Public content section and define the information that Customers will see when they visit your Master page.

You're all set! When Customers visit your Master page, they will be able to book a time to meet with multiple Team members simultaneously. You can test the page by clicking the Customer link in the Share & Publish section of the the Master page's Overview section.

NoteAny Booking page can be selected to participate in your Panel meeting, regardless of any existing associations between Booking pages and Event types.

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