Scheduling apps are cropping all over the place to replace secretaries who normally keep up their boss’s calendars. This new development is great for the mass majority of us who cannot afford our own personal administrative assistant.
Some existing ones like Calendly have been great for making scheduling appointments a breeze but challenge about it and other on the market is that the person making the appointment with you is limited to the times set up by you, the user. What if that person cannot accommodate any of the times?
A relatively new entrant to the scheduling desktop app is Bookafy looks like it may solve that problem. With Bookafy, you can set up a free website like this one that you direct people to and allow them to enter the dates that work for them. It has a bunch of features the others don’t have as well like
• Text Message Reminders
•Website Integration with other platforms
• Mobile Scheduling (Staff and Customers)
• Class and Group Scheduling
• 2-way Sync with Google and Outlook
• Accept Payments with Stripe and Authorize.net
• GoToMeeting Integration
• Automated Text reminders
• Unlimited Users (enterprise)
• Unlimited Appointment Types
The base product is free. The pro is only $7 per month and is free to try for 14 days! We are testing it out here at Techyaya and plan to share the verdict when we’re done! In the meantime, if you would like to join us as testers, sign up for your own account here!