The Booking form section

In the Booking form section, you define the meeting subject, the Booking form you wish to use, and the redirect options when your Customer makes a booking. Note that you can decide to skip or prepopulate the Booking form when Customers make a booking. This can be achieved when Customer data is passed to your Sharing links or Publishing options.  

When using Event types, the Scheduling options section is located on the Event type, allowing you to standardize the Scheduling options for your scheduling scenarios. Learn more about associating Event types with Booking pages
 

Note: You can change the location of the Booking form section to be located on the Booking page or the Event type under the Account settings.



Meeting subject
Here you choose if you want the meeting subject to be set by the Owner (you) or the Customer.  If you choose for the Customer to provide the meeting subject, it will be a required field and the Customer will not be able to make a booking without completing this field. 
 

Note: When the Booking form is skipped and the Meeting subject is set by the Customer, the meeting subject is automatically set to Personal meeting


Booking form
The dropdown menu contains the Booking forms that have been created in the Booking forms editor. A preview of the Booking form can be seen below the dropdown menu. The preview includes all fields in the Booking form, in the exact order in which they will appear to your Customers. If you wish to edit the Booking form, click Edit.


Scheduling confirmation
This setting is where you decide what will happen when your Customers fill out your Booking form and submit their details to you. By default the Customer will see a comprehensive confirmation page with the meeting information and an option to download the event to his/her calendar. 

You can also choose to automatically redirect to a web page of your choice when the booking is submitted. This can be used to redirect to a thank you/landing page or to a payment page. Another use case is to measure the effectiveness of your marketing campaigns by adding tracking code such as Adwords or Google Analytics code to the redirect target page. Note that automatic redirect can also be used when the page is embedded. Learn more about Automatic redirect

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