1. Access and visibility settings

Click on the settings wheel > venue settings > access and visibility.

Here you can choose if your venue is public or protected behind a login, as well as who can book (anyone, only admins, or only certain users with 'user tags')....and decide the transparency of your bookings. 

If you're not sure what settings will suit your venue just yet, you can change them later!

2. Create a booking condition

Click on the setting wheel > manage spaces. 

Update the names of your two example spaces. Click on ‘+ Add condition’. Choose a booking condition that you're interested in testing out, for example, ‘half-day or full-day bookings only’, max duration times and ‘strict booking blocks’.

You can add more spaces at any time.

3. Test it out!

Now go to the users page and find ‘Skedda Fred’, your test user. Note his details and log out.

Experience your scheduler from the logged-out view, and use Skedda Fred’s login details to test out your chosen access settings and booking conditions.

4. Fine tune your venue settings

Now that you’re familiar with customising and testing your venue, log back in and fine tune your venue settings. For example, create your hours of availability, customise the booking confirmation email, choose a booking and cancellation policy and create colour rules. Test our creating more booking (and pricing) conditions, and even create conditions for segments of users with user tags.

5. Launch your venue to a few

Go live, share your venue with a small cohort of users and see their bookings roll in! 

You can share your venue URL address with anyone who should have viewing or booking access and even link it to your website or social pages. For example, check out our demo account by clicking on the venue URL address here:   https://skedstudios.skedda.com

Remember if you have limited your venue to private mode or chosen that only individuals with 'user tags' can book, then you'll need to share your venue URL address and a special invitation link with them. This can be found on the users page.

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