|Meetings can be very different in their length, type, and impact.
You can create different meetings that best fit into your schedule.
This article will detail how to create, edit, and preview different types of meetings.
In SharpSpring, meetings can only be booked after you have created a meeting. When creating meetings, you will need to determine the length and frequency of the blocks of time that people can book time with you. Once you have set your general availability during a given day, you can set meetings to take up certain amounts of time during that availability.
After you create a meeting, that meeting will display a meeting link. Meeting links are unique to the meeting. When you send meeting links to prospective viewers, you are inviting them to book a meeting with you. They will select from a preset date, time, and length that are determined by how you configure meetings.
Creating a meeting requires information about the meeting itself, as well as when and how it will be placed in your calendar.
To create a meeting, do the following:
You can edit previously created meetings at any time. To edit the content of a meeting, do the following:
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Created meetings will display a meeting link. This link can be placed in emails or on landing pages as either a hyperlink or as a button. For more information on meeting links and buttons, refer to Sharing Meetings.
Once you have created a meeting, You can preview the process for how prospective viewers book time with you. To preview how viewers book time with you, do the following:
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Note: Once you have finished the preview process, SharpSpring will send a confirmation email to the email address you entered in the preview calendar.
Meetings can also be previewed from SharpSpring's top toolbar. Click Meetings > My Meetings to display a list of all available meetings. Clicking a meeting will open the booking page and calendar.