Bookings Calendar Creation
Bookings in a tool available through Office 365 that allows you to create a webpage where users can book time on your Outlook calendar. It allows you to restrict the scheduling to specific days/time periods (such as during office hours), as well as set limits on the length of appointments, and how far in advance users must schedule (i.e. at least 24 hours prior to the appointment). It is also possible to create Bookings calendars for groups, so that users can book time with whomever is available on the day/time they want to schedule. See Microsoft Bookings
for more information.
- To get started with your Bookings calendar, go to https://office.com; if you aren't already logged in, do so using your StarID@minnstate.edu and password.
If you don’t see Bookings, click on waffle icon in the upper left corner of screen.
on Bookings icon. If you don’t see
Bookings, click on All apps to see
the full list.
- Next, click on Get started.
the option is available, click on Try the
the lower left of your screen click on New
on Create from scratch.
in your Booking Calendar name in Name field and then click on Create calendar.
consult service field along with the Service
Duration etc. and then click on Continue.
you can adjust your Work week along with Time etc. clicking on Continue with finished.
service providers using the Search for people or groups search
field and then click on Update service and then Continue.
who can book appointments
and then Complete setup.
on Get started.
note in the left pane window Calendar, Customers, Settings
and the FILTERS to continue customizing your Bookings calendar.
on creating your first Bookings calendar!
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