Create a new Scheduling Page

How to customize your page settings

Updated over a week ago

Scheduling pages are used to manage a collection of meeting types, so your audience has clear expectations when they scheduling time with you.

To create a new one, click Pages from the left navigation menu. Next, click the dropdown menu and use the Create link to generate a new scheduling page. Once you do, this scheduling page will be accessible in the future via the same dropdown menu.

From here a popup will open, giving you the opportunity to name the scheduling page and add your team members to it. Invite new users to Appointlet or select existing ones from the dropdown menu. You can always add users later, so if you want to start lean and work on building it up over time, that's okay too.

Don't forget to click the egg if you'd like to add an image as the avatar for this scheduling page. When you're ready, click the blue Create Scheduling Page button.

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Configuring your new scheduling page

Now that your scheduling page has been created, it will appear in the dropdown menu. Clicking the View button will open that page in a new tab, but you'll need to create a new meeting type in order to really begin using the page. New meeting types can be generated using the green New Meeting Type button in upper right corner of the dashboard.

When you're ready to share your scheduling links, click the Share button and choose your publishing medium of choice.

Along with viewing the scheduling page and adding new meeting types, you can use the ellipsis (...) to perform a few other actions. The copy link option will copy your scheduling page URL to clipboard, so you can paste it somewhere else. You can also use this menu to delete the page if needed.

The Design & Settings option will give you a range of other options, like updating the title and subtitle of your page, adding a scheduling page logo, and updating your scheduling permalink.

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