Do you offer your services on the go, at different client locations? If so, managing appointments can be a challenge since each booking is for a different spot. You might think that automating this process is not possible. Think again! Here’s how to set up your CalendarSpots account if you offer mobile services.
By the end of this year, the number of smartphone users is estimated to reach 224.3 million in the United States and exceed 2 billion worldwide (according to Statistica). With so many smartphone users, why not send your appointment reminders by text message? It’s a simple and effective way to reach your customers, and much more cost effective than confirming your appointments verbally over the phone.
Did you know that CalendarSpots allows you to balance your cash register by keeping track of your influx of payments? Continue reading
Do you organize workshops and need to offer group booking online? Here’s how to setup your account. Continue reading
You may have clients that are members of the same family and share the same email address. Or perhaps a parent needs to book and manage appointments for their minor children. Here’s how to do it! Continue reading
Did you know you can sync your appointments with other calendar applications? This is useful as a way to back-up appointments or simply to conveniently access the details of your schedule from different devices.
A repeating appointment is essentially a series of appointments that reoccur at a pre-established frequency. For example, after an injury, your doctor may request that you have an appointment every week for a 3 month period with the physiotherapist.
Need help locating a client in your customer database? There are several ways to find contacts using the search box. Here are a few quick tips! Continue reading
CalendarSpots is a shared calendar program designed for access by multiple types of users. Overall, our online scheduling software allows for efficient management of schedules, appointments and clients by providing safe and secure access to different team members. Continue reading
Do your clients sometimes forget their appointments? Or perhaps they forget to advise you of last minute changes? These clients are commonly known as “no shows” causing significant loss of productivity and a direct hit to revenue. Continue reading