TABLE OF CONTENT
- What can the sorting of appointment proposals do?
- Where can I find the settings?
- Show appointment proposals ascending
- Show appointment proposals descending
- Show only single appointments
What can the sorting of appointment proposals do?
Let's assume you want to make your working day as compact as possible. Start as late as possible and finish early.
In this case you create two groupings: Morning (e.g. 06:00 am - 12:00 pm) and afternoon (e.g. 12:00 pm - 08:00 pm).
You create the morning in descending order and display only one appointment. For example, only one appointment is offered at 11:00 am. If this is booked, then the next date becomes free at 10:00 am and so on.
For the afternoon you offer then the dates ascending. Thus first only 12:00 pm is offered. If this appointment is booked, the next appointment at 01:00 pm is available and so on.
Thus all dates line up around the midday time.
If, on the other hand, you want to have as long a lunch break as possible, it is the other way around. Then you arrange the morning in ascending order with only one appointment displayed and the afternoon in descending order with only one appointment displayed.
How this is done exactly, we will show you in this article.
Where can I find the settings?
Show appointment proposals ascending
Show appointment proposals descending
Show only single appointments
To display only one appointment per grouping, activate the check box to Show only single element.
For ascending appointments, only the first possible appointment of this grouping is then displayed. For descending sorting, only the latest appointment is displayed.
So you can combine these settings with each other to offer your appointments optimally as you need.
If you have any questions about sorting or other topics, please write to email@example.com.