Here’s a link with more information around GDPR and how Shedul are ensuring compliance:
Please note, by Shedul being GDPR compliant, this does not automatically make your business compliant by default.
Hi Team, having a read only user function that can see the next appointment but hiding the customer name or the service they are in for would also fall under gdpr so that appointment screens can be displayed on tv’s of wall mounted iPads etc...
Hi there, thank you for the suggestion. We’ll look into ways as to how to incorporate this into Shedul :)In the meantime you could sell a package as a “Product” and keep track of minutes used in the client notes.
Then just “complete” the appointment instead of proceeding to check out.
Hope this helps as a work around for now.
Hi support can we get this suggestion merged with
This is the same requirement and will increase the votes to put it higher on your agenda.
We do plan on adding custom intake forms to Shedul so that you can manage everything under one roof.
In the meantime, many businesses are using Google Forms or TypeForm to create forms and questionnaires and adding the URL link to Shedul’s client Email Notifications.
You can edit notifications under "Setup">"Client Notifications" where you’ll see the different message types for Reminders, Confirmations, Reschedules, Cancellations and Thanks Yous.
Remember to save changes :)
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If changes to the graph are taking place can we remove closed days from the graph please.
Vouchers are currently not placed against the client’s name as vouchers are usually sold as gifts and sometimes re-gifted.
You can however track who purchased the voucher as well as add the voucher code to their Client Notes for redemption.
Purchasing of packages and redeeming is a separate feature and is on it’s way :)