Communications

Set up the communications sent on your behalf to your customers and your team.

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Communicating with your customers

How to send confirmations for bookings

Set emails and SMS to send automatically when bookings are made and edited.
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How to send reminders and follow-ups for bookings

Send relevant, customised reminders and follow-ups by email and SMS to your customers and resources, according to details of each booking.
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How to contact your customers directly from Appointedd

Send direct messages by SMS or email to individual customers or all participants in a group booking from the booking or customer record.
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How to create automated marketing notifications and campaigns

Send marketing automation from your account, according to the customer's booking behaviour.
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How customers opt-in to your marketing

In order to comply with GDPR, marketing must only be sent to customers who opt-in. Learn how marketing preferences are set with Appointedd.
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How to set the 'send from' name and email address

Make the emails and SMS from your account relevant to your customers by setting the send-from name and email address.
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How to edit the design of your email communications

Using your own custom HTML headers and footers, you can design the emails sent to your customers from your account.
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How to authenticate your domain

Authenticating your domain gives Appointedd permission to send emails from your own domain, ensuring that emails are successfully delivered.
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