After lots of requests, we have built the feature you have all been wishing for 🤩

You can now set up your booking widgets so that customers can create more than one booking at a time, without having to enter their personal details for every booking.


Watch this video to see this functionality in action 👀 :


Follow this step-by-step and have this feature up an running in no time:

How to enable multiple bookings within one transaction for a new booking widget:

  1. Click on booking tools, and select booking widgets

  2. Click on create new widget

  3. If you wish to create an embedded widget, you can take a look at this article for guidance, and if you would like to create a widget in popover mode you can follow this article for guidance

  4. Once you have given your widget a name, filtered it to show the services and resources you would like to display and changed the colours, tick the box which says allow customer to make multiple bookings in one transaction

  5. Click save widget

How to enable multiple bookings within one transaction for your existing booking widget:

  1. Click on booking tools, and select booking widgets

  2. Click on the pencil icon next to the widget you wish to edit

  3. Tick the box which says allow customer to make multiple bookings in one transaction.

  4. Click save widget

Now, when customers use your widgets, they can book multiple services, or multiple bookings for the same service in one transaction 🎉

Please note: multiple bookings in one transaction is available only on the booking widgets and not the microsite. However if you don't have a website, but still want to allow customers to make multiple bookings in one transaction, you can set up a widget URL instead. Here is a guide on how to do this if you are interested.


Here is a video guiding you through the step-by-step process:

Please note: This functionality doesn't support sending a payment request for the remainder of the service price when the service is set to take a deposit payment. For example, if a customer is only required to pay a deposit, you cannot then send a payment request for the additional amount once the transaction has gone through. You can however collect this externally to Appointedd. This functionality also doesn't support services where the payment is optional, as this could be applied to some of your services but not all of them.


If you have any feedback we would love to hear it 👂

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