Planning meetings can sometimes take more time than the meeting itself. Use the Scheduler to have your clients easily plan meetings with you!
There are 2 ways to connect your Exchange calendar:
1. The onboarding flow
To set up your booking pages you will have to follow a few steps, which can easily be done in our scheduling flow.
Go to Scheduling to get started and click on Connect your calendar.
If it's the first time that you will connect your calendar you will get an onboarding flow to go through all the steps at once.
1.1 Connect your Exchange calendar
After clicking on connect the onboarding flow will open. In the first step select Exchange to log in with your Exchange calendar account.
Continue the steps until you're logged in.
1.2 Set up the calendar settings
- Select the 'Calendars to check for availability' to avoid double bookings. You can check multiple calendars if necessary.
- Important note: Make sure that the events in your external calendar have the status 'Busy' instead of 'Free'. Only then will those time slots be blocked from your availability, and clients won't be able to book a meeting during your 'busy' time slots.
- Select the 'Calendar to write events in' to show in which calendar new meetings should be booked in.
1.3 Add meeting types
To have an easy start with creating meeting types, you can select 1 to 3 meeting types in this step which will be created automatically for you. You can edit or delete these meeting types at any point or create new ones.
1.4 Check your booking page or finish the setup
Click on Check your booking page to see what the meeting type(s) look like or click on Finish to finish the setup and edit/add meeting types.
2. Scheduling settings
Go to scheduling settings or click on Scheduling on the left side of the page:
2. Click on Exchange. A pop-up will open.
3. Select Exchange as the provider of your calendar.
5. Click on "Connect Exchange account".
6. Your calendar in Exchange is now linked to the Customer Meeting add-on.
7. All set! Next step is to create meeting types. Find out more here.