Getting started with InviteOnce

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 Step 1: Introduction to your new InviteOnce account
Welcome to InviteOnce!  InviteOnce gives you the power to create personalized scheduling scenarios in no time at all. With InviteOnce, you can invite your Customers to self-schedule or you can schedule a meeting on their behalf.  When ...
 Step 2: Getting started scheduling for yourself
Scheduling meetings with people who are not part of your organization can become a long game of email and phone tag. Using InviteOnce, you can easily send a personalized link asking your Customer to schedule a meeting. InviteOnce supports both sch...
 Step 3: Coordinating meetings for your team
Ineffective team scheduling can result in lost sales, missed hires and other lost opportunities. InviteOnce simplifies the process of coordinating meetings for your team, ensuring that you never miss another opportunity. Learn more about coordinati...
 Step 4: Inviting Users to join your account
To coordinate Customer meetings for other Team members in your organization, you must first invite your Team members to join your OnceHub Account. You should invite all Team members who will be scheduling or joining meetings. Team members can wo...
 Step 5: Introduction to InviteOnce Resource pools
Our groundbreaking scheduling technology gives you full control over how meetings are assigned to Team members, and how Rooms are assigned. Using Resource pools , you'll be able to: Provide more availability for prospects and Customers. Bett...
 Step 6: Creating Resource pools
Resource pools allow you to group together Team members or Rooms with similar characteristics. When you create a Resource pool, you will be able to select how meetings are assigned within the Resource pool.  In this video, you'll learn h...
 Step 7: Setting up Rooms in InviteOnce
InviteOnce gives you the ability to set up Rooms and equipment to be reserved for your meetings.  For example, if you're sending email invitations to candidates for interviews that will take place at your office, you'll need to make ...