Events are created by Users to set rules defining calendar availability and templates defining how meeting invitations associated with Appointments behave. See our support section for more details on how groups fit in with other Appointment.one components.
Most users create several Event types to meet the needs of different meeting types. Examples include:
- A quick 15 minute catch-up
- Business lunch
- 60 minute recruiting interview
- Full day consulting engagement
See the following for more information on creating and configuring your Events to get the most out of Appointment.one.
- Name - This name is visible within your Dashboard and is also publicly visible to anyone with whom your share your Account link. Make this descriptive enough so your customers know why they're selecting this Group activity versus another one.
- URL - This defines the unique web address to directly access this event and is something that many customers share widely. Make this descriptive such as keying with the duration
- Duration - This is then number of minutes that the appointment is scheduled to last.
- Location - This field is placed in the Location line of the meeting invitation
- Description - This field is placed in the body of the invitation. The field supports rich text (copy/paste pre-formatted text or select text and right click for formatting options). Take note that Google Apps calendars do not support any formatting and older Exchange calendars support only a limited set of formatting options.
Create one or more groups during which you're willing to accept Appointments. Use multiple day of week and multiple time windows to specify exactly the time you require.
Detailed in-line help is available for all of the more advanced configuration options.
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