Multiple Team members accepting appointments without Event types


ScheduleOnce recommends using Event types for multiple Team members accepting appointments. Event types allow you to offer several meeting types with different durations, price, and other properties on one Booking page or Master page.  

You can use ScheduleOnce to accept bookings for multiple Team members. Team members can be accessed via one Master page or independently via their individual Booking pages. Learn more about User management

You must be a ScheduleOnce Administrator to set up this scenario. 

Take the following steps to set up multiple team members without Event types:

  1. Click on your profile image or initials in the top right corner and select Users. Then create a User account for each team member.

  2. You can create a Booking page for each Team member and make the Team member the Owner of the page. Alternatively, you can leave it to the Team members to create their own Booking pages. Learn more about Booking pages

  3. If you want to group Booking pages under one page you can create a Master page. Make sure you select Booking pages only (without Event types) as your Master page scenario.

  4. Select the Booking pages to add to the Master page in the Assignment section.

  5. When you have many Team members, you might want to add Tags to your Booking pages so that Customers can find the person with whom they need to book in a fast and efficient manner. Tags enable Customers to filter Booking pages by keywords. Learn more about Tags

  6. In addition, you can use Categories to organize your Booking pages. Categories enable you to better model your scheduling scenarios. They are an important way to organize information so the Customer experiences a simple decision process. This results in a booking process that is faster, easier to navigate, and creates a better overall scheduling experience for your Customers. Learn more about Categories

You’re all done! You can view and test your Master page by clicking on the Customer link in the Share & Publish section of the Master page Overview.

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