Calendar Integration – It connects to all of your calendars so that people can only book the times you are actually available. It works with Outlook, Gmail, Office 365 and iCloud.
Confirmation / Reminder Emails - They’re automatic too, soon as an appointment is made, your client will get a confirmation email. Then, a reminder email before the appointment.
Tracking - Connect your Google Analytics or Facebook Pixel to track progress and completion and retarget those that have not compelted a scheduling.
Support - Excellent support team and an active Facebook group with over 2,700 members to get success tips and help
Website Integration - Easily embed your booking page into your website. Skip the contact form. (Try it out here)
Those are the most important features in my humble opinion.
What if super easy client scheduling isn’t enough for you though?
What if you need to get paid for your service? (Greedy!)
You can do that too. With Book Like A Boss, you can get paid during the checkout process.
Do you charge for your in-home measurements? Just setup your service and assign a price to it, connect with either PayPal or Stripe and voila - you can get paid right when they book the appointment.
If this all sounds ridiculously easy, it actually is. Literally all you need to get started is to create an account, choose your page name, set up your available hours, list your services offered, and then BOOM - you’re good to go.
Optional fifth step is to add your payment options if you’re going to require payment to schedule any services.
I forgot to mention that… they have several plan options including a free forever plan.
It’s perfect if you’re just looking to explore what they offer and want to try out their scheduling platform.
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