Keeping your Calendar up to date is the key to Treatwell working for you. Making sure you've blocked your busy appointments means we will only show our clients your available slots. The client will have a perfect booking experience, and you'll have clients exactly when you need them. Happy days!
The easiest way to block out busy times is laid out in this handy clip below, otherwise feel free to check out the step-by-step guide:
Single Time Blocks
- Go to the specific date and time that you want to block. Click with your browser on the white column. A pop up screen will appear, as shown below.
- Select 'Block' seen at the top right of the pop up screen (clicking this button it will turn grey).
- Add a description (only if you wish)
- Select the start date and time, as well as an end time and date.
- Select 'Save' at the bottom right corner of the pop up screen. The grey block will now appear in the calendar.
Repeat Time Blocks
Connect also enables you to enter a repeated time block in your Calendar. This would be useful for recurring busy times, such as lunch or staff training. The repeat either takes place every day or every week. You can do this using the steps above, with these additional steps:
- When you select 'Repeat', you can choose between either A) every day B) every week or C) every other week. By selecting one of these three options another information bar appears.
- If you have chosen either option B or C then the weekday on which the block will appear must be selected. By selecting a day that day will turn grey.
- Select the starting date of the block.
- Extra: you can also select an end date for which the block will finish.
- Select 'Save' at the bottom right corner of the pop up screen. The repeated block will now appear in the calendar.
Blocking Full Days
- Go to the specific date and time that you want to block. Click with your browser on the grey column above the white column. A pop up screen will appear.
- Select 'Set as non-working day'.
- Click on Save at the bottom right corner of the pop-up screen.