Booking page: Overview section
The Booking page Overview section summarizes the main properties of a specific Booking page. It includes the page's main settings, the associated Event types, any Master pages it is included in, and share and publish options. You can disable your page to stop accepting bookings, or enable it by clicking on the Accept bookings toggle on the top right.
To switch between Overview sections of different Booking pages without returning to Setup, use the shortcut drop-down in the top right corner.
Sharing and publishing
- Public link - This is your page link for your Customers to schedule. Learn more
- Personalize for a specific Customer - Create a static link for a specific Customer. With this link, your Customer will be able to book without having to fill out their name and email. This link is created for each Customer individually. Learn more
- Share dynamic links - Create a dynamic link and share it via your CRM or mass email campaign tool. Learn more
- Publish on your website - Integrate scheduling onto your website. Generate code and add it into your website code. Learn more
- Owner - The Owner is the User who receives the bookings. Each Booking page has one Owner. Learn more
- Editors - Editors are Users who can edit/view the page and receive notifications. Any account Administrator or Membercan be an Editor. Learn more
- Time zone - Usually the time zone of the Owner or the location. If calendar integration is being used, the Booking page time zone should be the same as the time zone of the connected calendar. Learn more
- Category - Categories organize Booking pages for you and your Customers. Learn more
- Locale - The selected locale sets the date/format and the language of the page. Learn more
- Theme - The theme applied to the Booking page determines the logo, design and branding when the page link is shared. This theme does not apply when the page is published.
Use this list to review associated Event types and navigate to any of them to edit. We recommend associating your Booking pages with at least one Event type. Adding Event types to a Booking page allows your Customer to choose between different meeting types when they book with you. If your Booking page is only associated with one Event type, your Customers will not need to select an Event type and will bypass this step.
A Booking page associated with Event types
To create the association, go to the Event types section of the Booking page.
Use this list to review Master pages that include this Booking page, and navigate to any of them to edit. Booking pages can be included in Master pages to create a single point of access for your Customers. When a Customer schedules on a Master page, they either manually select a provider or are automatically assigned using pooled availability. In either case, the Customer will be able to schedule with any of the Booking pages included in that Master page.
A Booking page included in Master pages
To include Booking pages in a Master page, go to the Booking pages section of the Master page.
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