Master pages allow you to combine multiple Booking pages and Event types into one point of access for your Customers, providing support for a wide range of scheduling scenarios. You can set up your Master page so that Customers can select the Team member they want to book with, or set it up so that bookings are automatically assigned to Team members according to rules you create.
You can use Master pages for:
- Scheduling scenarios for organizations with multiple Team members and meeting types.
- Scheduling scenarios for individuals with multiple appointments types, locations, or channels.
- One-time links that are good for one booking only.
Master page sections
The Overview section shows the main properties of the Master page. In the Overview section, you can find:
- The main settings for your Master page.
- Information about sharing and publishing your Master page.
- Which Booking pages and Event types are included on your Master page.
This is where you define the way that bookings will be assigned to Booking pages in your Master page. This section is different depending on which scenario you selected for your Master page.
|Scenario||How bookings are assigned|
|If your Master page scenario is Rule-based assignment, the Assignment section is where you create rules for how bookings will be assigned to Booking pages.|
With Dynamic rules, booking assignment is defined per Event type that you offer on your Master page. This allows for flexible setup that can be different for each Master page. You can also generate one-time links which are good for one booking only, eliminating any chance of unwanted repeat bookings.
With Static rules, bookings are assigned according to global settings. Meeting providers are determined by the associations you create between Event types and Booking pages. This means that you can only offer Event types that are associated with the Booking pages that you include on your Master page.
Learn more about Dynamic versus Static rules
Booking pages first or Event types first
|If your Master page scenario is Booking pages first or Event types first, the Assignment section is where you use the drop-down menu to select which Booking pages are included in your Master page.|
The drop-down only lists Booking pages that are associated with Event types.
Learn more about adding Event types to Booking pages
|Booking pages only||If your Master page scenario is Booking pages only, the Assignment section is where you use the drop-down menu to select which Booking pages will be included in your Master page.|
The drop-down will only list Booking pages that are not associated with Event types.
Labels and instructions
This is where you define the public labels for the different entities in your Master page. You can also customize instructions that will help your Customers make the right selections during the scheduling process. Learn more about Labels and Instructions
Here you can name your Master page and provide the details that your Customers see when they book with you. You can upload an image, edit the logo and design, and provide your contact details. Learn more about Public content
When you use a Master page using Rule-based assignment with Dynamic rules, you can generate one-time links which you can send to your Customers to book with you. One-time links are good for one booking only, eliminating any chance of unwanted repeat bookings.
A Customer who receives the link will only be able to use it for the intended booking and will not have access to your underlying Booking page. When you create a one-time link, it's automatically copied to your clipboard with one click, allowing you to quickly generate multiple one-time links that can be sent to different Customers. One-time links can be personalized, allowing the Customer to pick a time and schedule without having to fill out the Booking form.