New feature: Custom fields to ask clients additional information

You can now ask for additional information when a client schedules their appointment.

We’ve also added custom notices where you can provide additional business policies or information for the service they are scheduling.

Full documentation here.

Note: Although you can add as many custom fields to your scheduling details form as you’d like, we recommend a small number of vital questions so people aren’t discouraged from scheduling.

FIVE CUSTOM FIELDS TYPES

Custom fields can be set to be required or optional.

Single-line input field - Asks a question that allows for a single line of text for quick, simple answers

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Paragraph field - Asks a question that allows for multiple lines of text for detailed responses

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Radio buttons - Asks a question with multiple options from which to select a single answer

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Single checkbox - Provides a checkbox for clients to acknowledge they have read or agree to something, would like something additional for their appointment, or more

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Multiple checkboxes - Asks a question and provides multiple preset answers. Clients can check multiple options.

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CUSTOM NOTICES

Custom notice - Allows you to inform clients about your business, service, details, payment or scheduling policies, appointment instructions, or other useful information. Includes a bold header and text below it.

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Matt brings years of customer service experience to Schedulista from as diverse of fields as software sales, internet retail, and weather resource management. When he's not helping you develop scheduling success for your business, Matt is an actor and writer for stage and screen. He also shares copious words on entertainment and sports as an editor and writer through a number of online outlets.

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