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How do I allow multiple service scheduling?
How do I allow multiple service scheduling?
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Written by Angela
Updated over a week ago

Multiple service scheduling is a convenient feature that allows you and your clients to schedule more than one service at a time.Β 

Set up multiple service scheduling

Check out these steps to turn on multiple service scheduling:

  1. Head over to Settings and choose Policies

  2. Choose Appointment Policies

  3. Under Multiple Services, set the max number of services your clients can book in one visit (you'll be able to allow up to five).

  4. Save!

That's all you need to get rolling! Our system will then show the times that are available to fit each of the appointments your client chooses back to back.

Multiple service scheduling order

When multiple service appointments are booked, the services will be placed on your schedule in the order in which they are listed on your service settings. So, if you need to adjust how they appear on your calendar you can simply re-sort your service list, and this will do the trick!

  1. Head over to Settings and choose Services

  2. Click and hold on the service that you'd like to move, and then move it to where you'd like it to be in the service list

  3. Once you drop it, the order will be automatically saved!

Outcall (mobile) services πŸš—

You and your clients can choose outcall services for multiple service scheduling, which is nice. The system will then group these services together to protect you from accidentally being booked in 2 locations or between 2 providers if you are in a multiple person account. This way multiple providers won't have to go out.

In the booking process, once you or the client has chosen an outcall or home service as their first service, the system will only display other outcall service options and visa-versa if they choose an in-store service, we will only show other in-store options.

Of course, any travel time will be added to just the first appointment in the visit so you can optimize your schedule.

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