Adding superpowers to your business calendars


Many businesses that we work with have a pretty simple corporate calendar configuration – connect to Google Calendar or Outlook and manually schedule appointments.

Let’s have a look at some of the ways that we’ve helped people power-up their calendars & online bookings:

  • accessible via employees only
  • accessible by clients (sent a direct link)
  • accessible by clients (via website)
  • accessible by clients (via website chat widget)
  • with location verification
  • with online payment
  • with custom email scheduling
  • with client details added to mailing list
  • with varied appointment types for different days (to reduce commute time)
  • with route scheduling (to map out best path to reduce commute time)
  • with document upload
  • with boardroom syncing for specific appointment types
  • with invoicing integration
  • with CRM integration
  • with spreadsheet integration
  • with ability to book when not logged in
  • with ability to sync with certain personal calendars but only displaying blocked out time in company calendar (not details of personal event)
  • with reward program integration
  • with video conferencing integration (Zoom, Google Hangouts, Appear In, Uberconference etc)
  • with website integration (WordPress, Squarespace, Weebly etc)
  • with custom short domain for booking link
  • with mobile access to calendar

Need help with powering up your calendar? Get in touch.

About the author

Rich Peterson

I've spent the last 10 years planning, mapping & reimagining the processes of hundreds of SMBs. Whether the goal is more money, more time, more clarity or more customer smiles, my insightful process is worth every minute for my successful clients.
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