Welcome to Appointlet!

So you're looking to make it easier to schedule time with people -- and you might be wondering how to set all of this up to reflect your true availability. If you've just created a scheduling page for the first time, you'll see something like this:

Each of these meetings has a default availability that you can edit by clicking on one of the cards. You'll find 9am - 5pm time slots during the weekdays, with the option to delete and add new time periods as needed:


If your availability changes from week to week, consider using the Date Range feature to configure your precise availability

Once the availability section is set up, you can Save & Preview the meeting type to make sure that everything looks good. If availability is not displaying correctly, we've provided a troubleshooting guide to help you identify the underlying cause.

Beyond the availability showing correctly, there are a few other key features that will help you pinpoint your precise needs and achieve ultimate scheduling freedom. Take a look at these features and see if any of them resonate:

  • Manual Approval - Take control of your meetings by approving or declining requests as they come in

  • Maximum Bookings per day - After an Appointlet user get this number of bookings in a day, no other times can be selected for that day.

  • Required Notice - Set limits on how much advance notice you need. This helps to prevent last minute bookings or block people from scheduling too far in advance.

  • Meeting Buffer - Set up breaks before or after a scheduled meeting, so you have time to commute or simply take a breather.

  • Private meeting links - Flag a meeting type as private so that nobody else can see it from the top-level scheduling page. The meeting option will only be visible to people that receive the link.

Not seeing what you were looking for? Click the chat icon in the bottom right corner to contact us directly. Let us know what you need in a few sentences and we'll get back to you as soon as we can!

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