Scheduling options for group booking 

1. Available at certain times
For services that are only available at specific times and dates:

  • When editing the service, click show advanced settings and select custom schedule under bookable times.
  • The service schedule box will appear. Here you can select the specific dates and times that you wish for the service to be bookable.

2. Available at the same time every week

For services that should be available to book every week on certain days and times for an indefinite period:

  • Go to the custom schedule of the service
  • Select the day(s) from the top bar on which the booking will take place and enter the time(s)

Click save and close. The booking will now appear as available to be booked on your booking tools only at the times you have specified.

3. Limited time period services

To schedule a service that will run for a limited amount of time, e.g. every Thursday for six weeks:

  • Go to the custom schedule of the service
  • Ensure that the service is unavailable on all days of the week
  • Save and close the custom schedule and save service.
  • Click add booking from the top of your screen
  • Select the service
  • In the time selector step, select the date and time of the first occurrence of the course
  • Click make recurring

You will now be able to specify how frequently and for how long the course will run.

Click next and finish entering the details. The course will appear in your calendar and as available to book through your booking tools.

4. One-off group bookings

  • Go to the custom schedule of the service
  • Ensure that the service is unavailable on all days of the week
  •  Save and close the custom schedule and save the service.
  • Click add booking from the top of your screen
  • Select the service 
  • Click next 
  • In the time selector step, select the date and time
  • Continue to make the booking. 

This single booking will now appear as available to book in your internal calendar and on your booking tools.

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