It’s Earth Day! And we’re excited about it. In honor of the day, today’s post is focused on the eco-friendly ways that ScheduleThing helps you organize your schedule.
It’s paperless. This one is obvious, but if your schedule of appointments is all online, there are no post-its, half-filled planners, or scraps of paper to waste.
Your calendar is synced. ScheduleThing keeps track of what you need to remember and can take it straight from your iCal, if you want. No separate calendar necessary.
Email notifications. We’ll let you know when someone schedules or cancels a time-slot with you by sending you an email. You won’t have to write it down anywhere, because it will automatically update on your site.
So when you get back from planting trees, feeding birds, and all your other Earth Day activities, take it a step farther. Sign up for ScheduleThing today and innovate with a “green” (and free!) online booking site.
It’s April Fool’s Day! Whether you love the prank-laden holiday or love to hate it, we bet that you’re going to be involved in some sort of joke today— either as the trickster or the one falling for the trick. Even President Obama is getting in on the action!
Hopefully you didn’t walk in to your office this morning and find it looking like this:
but if you did fall victim to a prank today, we have some good news: we’re not going to pull one on you. As usual, your ScheduleThing booking site is free to create. It’s up and running in minutes, and you make the rules.
If you do decide to upgrade, you have several options in price as well. Whether you are a small business, a medium-sized office, or a large company, we’ve got you covered. With prices ranging from $19 to $129 per month, ScheduleThing the perfect booking software that gives you just what you need.
Sign up today to show you aren’t fooling around when it comes to appointments and reservations!
March 21st was the official first day of spring– even though it may still be snowy and cold where you are. There are a lot of great things about spring: flowers, warmer weather, and March Madness, to name a few. Something that’s not so fun about the coming of spring, though, is spring cleaning.
Here’s the deal: no one likes all the cleaning out and sprucing up that comes with spring each year. Somehow the stuff in our homes seems to magically multiply over the winter and there’s so much to do!
As a ScheduleThing customer though, there are some really easy ways to fix up your booking site! The best thing is, you won’t ever have to touch a mop or broom. Here are a few suggestions of ways to get your site ready for the new season:
Update your reservation types.
Sync your site to your favorite calendar software.
Upgrade your account to accommodate for new growth.
Enable email notifications.
You can make all of these easy changes and updates just by logging in to your ScheduleThing account. And if you don’t have one yet, what better time than spring to start fresh and sign up?
Spring cleaning doesn’t have to just mean vacuuming or de-cluttering. Revamp your ScheduleThing booking site and get ready for the new season now!
Whether you’re single, married, or somewhere in between, we’re sure you know what today is. Valentine’s Day is the one, 24-hour period a year where love (or lack thereof) is on everyone’s mind. Just in case you’re fresh out of ideas for ways to celebrate, here’s a list of some of the best movies to watch on Valentine’s Day. Also in honor of the holiday, we’re excited to bring you a quick list of some of the most lovable things about ScheduleThing! Here it goes:
The scheduling dashboard lets you see upcoming appointments and reservations.
When you create your account, a public customer booking site is automatically created with your own unique URL.
Reservation Types allow you to set the rules for your online appointments and reservations.
The detailed calendar on your dashboard gives you access to everything there is to know about your upcoming reservations.
With automatic iCal feeds, you can sync all of your reservations.
ScheduleThing can send you emails when new reservations or cancellations occur.